5 Stylish Looks to Brighten Up Eid This Season
Whether you celebrate Eid in your own home or join your friends in their celebrations, one thing is for sure – your Eid outfit has to be just perfect for the occasion. Here are Sue Mue’s top 5 picks for Eid 2017. With their pleasant pastels and cool fabrics, these ensembles from the ‘Albeli’ spring-summer 2017 collection will ensure you look like the begum of the ball!
Walk into the Eid party like a breath of fresh air in this mint green tear-shaped full flared anarkali paired with beautiful soft handloom mulmul dusky pink dupatta. Titled ‘Taskeen’ meaning ‘satisfaction’, this ensemble is decorated with muted multicoloured appliqué embroidery.
This dusky pink georgette shirt is a winner for summer soirees. Paired with bird embroidery pants, it features organza patches with multicoloured thread and poth work. The attached dupatta will keep you fuss-free all through the Eid party, and the smooth flowing material adds a dash of sophistication.
You’ll shine as bright as the Eid moon in this light peach georgette kurti paired with a double-layered sharara. The heavy dupatta adds the perfect heavy and traditional touch for an Eid evening. The outfit features very fine off-white thread and sequin-work, along with paisley boota with intricate jaal. Pair it with a kundan maang tikka to ensure all eyes on you.
Make a regal statement at the Eid party as you enter in this ensemble titled ‘Paree Zaad’ or ‘born of the fairies’. The long mulmul shirt will keep you cool while adding old-world charm to your look. The traditional sharara and double dupatta are enhanced with thread chikan-work with sequins to add a magical touch.
Here comes the begum in a mustard handloom raw cotton asymmetrical anarkali decorated with glittering mukaish and zardozi embroidery. Titled ‘Mazneen’ or ‘the shine of gold’, it is perfect for celebrating the magical bond with the moon this Eid.
The sun has set, and the night sky is full of stars of promise. Put on your princess look and put your best foot forward. Eid Mubarak!