Still wondering what to wear this Eid? Let us solve the battle persisting in your wardrobe

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It is that time of the year to celebrate brotherhood and prophecies of the prophet. It’s time to farewell Ramadan and get set for Eid. It’s time to pack your Ramadan looks back into the closet and get your hands on your Eid-ul-Fitr outfit. Start making your checklist as there is a lot that needs to be done I am sure.

Eid-Ul-Fitr Mubarak

Apart from your salon sessions, you must also be worried about what to wear as we always want to look our best during these festivities. Women have to wear clothes that cover private body parts completely while the Eid prayers are going on. So keep your outfit elegant yet classy. Let’s see what all you can inculcate in your look this Eid- Fabrics like silk and cotton look elegant together. In many countries, Eid falls in the warm season so it is better that you opt for these fabrics as cotton helps minimize heat retention and silk provides a strong, elegant finish to complete the outfit. Try new light colors other than black-on-black. Don’t go for monochromes this time, pastels are too in fashion. Accessorize your outfit with light jewellery, a bag and a matching scarf. Reach out for all golden ensembles to give you a royal look. Mirror work on a golden outfit looks just adorable. Ghaghra pants are the next level modification to traditional sharara. These pants are so on trend and look amazing when worn with a peplum top. Kameez with pants has an ongoing trend with some modifications over the years. This time try wearing a light kameez with embellished bottoms. You can also take a heavy duppatta along with this look or rock the look without duppatta.

Be the star of the show, steal all the limelight and reserve the paparazzi for yourself this Eid. Nail the celebrations with your look. Eid Mubarak! Stay tuned for more Style Center updates.

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