Eid ul-Adha is one of the Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide each year. It is a joyous and gleeful festival for all of us, especially women, whose celebration is incomplete without the Eid Couture. Even though we’re staying at home due to this pandemic, it doesn’t mean that we don’t get to dress special and celebrate with our loved ones.
Clothes are a priority for any woman when it comes to celebrations or occasions. On one hand, it’s great to have lots of choices to pick from, while on the other hand, it is also a bit confusing. That’s when we come to your rescue!
Inddus is a one-stop shop for every shopaholic. We bring to you a diverse range of ethnic wear to choose from in order to feel beautiful and the best version of yourself. We also offer the option to customize the product according to your requirement so as to stand out amongst a group of people. We have the latest and trendiest outfits to add a spark to your personality this Eid.
One of the most important elements that helps us decide the clothing trends is weather and since Eid and scorching heat are coming hand in hand, we need to be mindful about our clothing choices.
We’ve got you covered! We want you to experiment with your clothing this Eid and at the same time pick clothes that you can re-wear anytime in the future.
– Anarkali Suits:
The fashion of Anarkali suits never fades and they’ve always been one of the staple Eid outfits. Suits with heavy embroidery or embellishment works are quite an elegant pick for this festival. The borders of Anarkalis are bejeweled with Gotta Patti, Resham work or Zari embroidery which make them look more alluring and royal. If you prefer minimal work on the suit, you can also opt to make a statement with a heavy dupatta.
The best part about Anarkalis is that you have a variety of options when it comes to the length of the suit (knee-length, floor length, ankle-length, etc.). They look stylish when paired with churidars or palazzos. To complete the look, you can team up these suits with jhumka style earrings and Kohlapuri flats/heels.
To experiment with the suits, you can belt it up, which adds an x-factor to your look.
– Gharara Suits:
Since Eid is the biggest holy festival of Muslims, gharara suits are an all-time favorite pick by women from all age groups. A gharara consists of a kurta, a dupatta and a wide-legged pants that flare dramatically from the knees – it’s a new age take on sharara suits. A gharara is typically worn with a short ornate kurta but you can adjust the length according to your preference. The designs can range from heavily embellished with sequin work to lightweight printed cotton suits, depending on the occasion you choose to wear it.
You can pair it with juttis and jhumka style earrings. According to your preference (minimal/heavy), you can wear kadas or a statement neckpiece to complete your ethnic look.
– Asymmetric Style:
Young women often opt for this style as it’s easy, breezy and one of the favorite summer trends. The shirts in this style are designed in such a way that they are of varying length and have an asymmetric hemline. The beauty of these dresses is that you can play with the volume of the shirt and the size/shape of the sleeves.
The dresses can have a hint of embroideries around the neckline or some floral applique work. You can wear them separately in the form of a dress or you can pair it with straight (or narrow) bottoms to simply highlight the top.
For a festival like Eid, you can choose a bright colored dress and pair it with statement earrings, matching heels and a small clutch.
– Kaftan Dresses:
Kaftans are the ‘it’ thing this year and have become increasingly popular among celebrities too. The beauty of kaftan is that it is fit for most occasions and can be styled for both, informal and formal events. You can make heads turn by simply styling a kaftan creatively.
They’re usually made up of flowy material that gives you a comfortable look but for a formal event, you may want to choose a rich fabric like cotton-satin or georgette which is suitable for summers. They’re also available in different lengths such as knee length, which can be worn with narrow bottoms, or an ankle/floor length kaftan which doesn’t need any bottoms.
The kind of accessories you wear with it completely depends on how heavy your kaftan is. If it is embroidered with jewels or has extravagant patterns, you need minimal jewelry to complete the look. You can also style it differently by adding a belt to give the gown a look of a dress.
– Frock Style Shirt:
A knee length/frock style shirt is again, a very versatile piece and is a wardrobe staple. There are various versions available in this style and the rest, depends on how creatively you style it. If we talk about the top half, the shirt can have bell sleeves/bell sleeves with extra flare, balloon sleeves and much more.
Coming to the bottom half, you can wear it with narrow pants, palazzos or wide legged pants. You could also pick a shirt that’s shorter in length and ends mid-thigh. This is where you can get experimental and opt for a look that best suits your personality.
You can accessorize it with statement earrings and matching heels.
The list of outfits can be never ending but we tried to make it easy for you by picking out the best choices we thought would help you narrow down your outfit for this auspicious day.
We wish you a happy and safe Eid ul-Adha!