Festivals are a time when the air is filled with good vibes… The roads are empty while our homes are filled (with relatives, food & laughter), they mark the beginning of something auspicious & a celebrations always brings joy to communities!

What adds to the joy is the excitement of dressing up in new clothes! Let us put our best foot forward this Eid adding much fashion to festival!

Sharara Galore

The charm of a voluminous sharara & a crisp plain kurti doesn’t ever get dull!

Sukriti & Aakriti are one designer duo, whose summer colours, youthful designs & featherweight material make them perfect for Eid & a closet essential in general.

Image Courtesy: Sukriti & Aakriti Official (Instagram)

 

Salwar Kameez, with a twist!

A salwar-kameez don’t have to look tired or filmy. You can wear them with a jacket, with a quirky short kurti & embellished juttis! Sabyasachi shows us effective ways of adorning the same below…

Image Courtesy: explosivefashion.in, vogue.in

If you wish to go a little more festive, designer duo, Rimpla & Harpreet Narula have a delightful festive collection that works magic with gota patti, subtle embroidery & unique colour combinations.

 

Image Courtesy: Rimpla & Harpreet Narula (Instagram)

Cutesy Animal Prints…

Shine hard & stand out in bold prints & colours! Nothing better than an animal print (our favourite Flamingos & Dragonflies here)… these outfits have our hearts!

Image Courtesy: Vastra Designer by Palak & Samta

 

Image Courtesy: Ayinat by Taniya O’Connor

Chic Pastels

Image Courtesy: Vrisa By Rahul & Shikha

The Jaipuri designers have been on our bucket list for a long-long time & Eid marks the perfect occasion to take them off it & put them in the closet! Their refreshing take on ethnic wear, boho vibe & infusing metal with cloth makes them a personal favourite.

 

Image Courtesy: Kotwara By Meera & Muzaffar Ali

If you haven’t heard of Kotwara, you’ve been living under a rock & a distant one at that! Their ethereal designs revive any trend that has been done to death. We in particular love the Lukhnowi suit for Eid shown above!

Go BOLD!

Not everyone wants to carry a dupatta… well while you are at it, why not ditch the dupatta with a cape & own your look?

Image Courtesy: anabellas.com

Wishing all our readers a very Happy Eid-al-Fitr! Eat hard & look fabulous!

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