Eid-ul-Fitr, this time around, is here when the temperatures are soaring high in Pakistan. Deciding what to wear is a little challenging as your outfit needs to be weather-friendly yet fabulous.
Donning something light and comfortable yet elegant and chic should be this Eid’s goal. Since the weather is scorching, it’s best to stick to basics and amp up the look with a bit of embroidery, lacework, and chic accessories.
We have listed below five outfits that we hope inspire you to dress up this Eid just like any other.
Pastels but Make it Fancy
This mint-green kalidar & soft pink angarkha in pastel colors is the fancy you need in your life. We will celebrate Eid with friends and family after two years; without a pandemic. Going fancy for Eid lunches and dinners is acceptable.
Color coordinates with Organza Dupatta
It is year 3, and the color coordinates are going nowhere; however, each year, designers tend to bring in their creativity and amp up already sleek-looking outfits into beautiful and classy-looking Eid joras. Color coordinates look perfect, but pairing them with an organza dupatta of the same color will change your Eid outfit game.
The Manto Dupatta
The dupattas with poetry imprinted in the Urdu language have become trendy these days. It turns out only the brand ‘wear manto’ does these best. Pairing one of these with your plain, breathable outfits can amp your outfits. You may add chic accessories; after all, it’s Eid.
Have a small gathering? Do you want to chill at home? Try out easy breezy matching pairs but printed. Most brands, if not all, have similar-looking outfits; many are also selling the pieces separately if you wish to pair them with a plain kameez or a pajama.
Even though it is scorching hot, black never runs out of fashion. These fancy black outfits have been popping on my Instagram feed for days. If you’re planning to stay indoors [read: air-conditioned rooms], the following outfits may work out nicely.
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Eid-ul-Fitr is just around the corner, and Muslims across the globe will be celebrating the day with full zeal. This is the first Eid after the COVID-19 pandemic. In Pakistan, where cases are relatively low, you’ll finally be able to host Eid get-togethers and visit friends and family as you did before the pandemic. Stir up lavish spreads, devour some meetha, and apply mehndi.
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