We don’t know about you, but we feel time is flying and weeks are fast turning into months. So much so that Eidul Adha is already around the corner. In a few short weeks, Muslims all around the world will be celebrating the holy time of year. While Eid may not be the same as it has been in previous years, owing to the pandemic, we can still come together in spirit and hope for a better world in the coming few months.
We may not be able to meet all our family or enjoy an Eid meal together, we may not be able to see and hug our friends and we may not be able to have large gatherings or travel over the Eid period. But what we can do is keep our spirits high and celebrate with the loved ones we have at home. And of course, there’s nothing that can stop you from dressing up and looking your best. So why not give these three different style a go this Eid.
It’s true when they say fashion has a cycle and old trends always make their way back. This season, keep your eyes peeled because longer hemlines are back in trend and we must say we absolutely adore it. It took almost a decade for the longer hemline to make its way back and now we’re seeing it more regularly and more fashion houses have adopted the silhouette in their designs. If you’re not yet ready to opt for very long hemlines, then opt for something a little longer than what you’re used to wearing. They exude elegance and grace while being on trend at the same time. Go for a pastel hue or a bold solid colour with feminie accents for an effortless look this Eid.
White and Easy
We’re in the midst of summer, it’s hot and temperatures will continue to soar around Eid time. Want to dress up but still feel cool and collected? Why not opt for an all-white look because you can never go wrong with white. Look for an easy breezy white kurta with lace accents or pearl detailing and team it with a cutwork shalwar or thread work pants. With a simple look, it gives you room to play around with your makeup and jewellery and you can opt for a statement piece to make you stand out this festive season.
A printed sari
Want to take your style statement up a notch this Eidul Adha? Then if you dare, opt for a super chic sari. There are a number of minimalist, printed, lightweight fabric saris available in the market so you can take your pick. A pretty plain sari can be teamed with some pretty jewels and a bouncy blowout and we can guarantee that you’ll leave heads turning this season.