Eid Fashion Galore

The festive season is upon us, beckoning us with its vibrant celebration. Get ready to welcome various occasions by being all decked up in ethnic and traditional dresses. Whether it is intimate gatherings of Eid or the grandeur of weddings festivities to follow, our traditional wear never disappoints us. These suits effortlessly blend elegance and comfort making them a splendid option for any traditional festivity or family event. However, there are certain things to keep in mind when making sartorial choices.

Colours are not only the fashion statement for your ethnic wardrobe but your entire mood and personality. We can say that colour is your imagination that has no limits and it’s the beginning of your dream that can make you assertive, strong, and powerful. So, choose creations that can give you wings and feel that ‘The sky’s the limit’.

You must be wondering whether the choice of fabric really matters when you are already head over heels about the organza dress styled on the mannequin. Well, it does, and much more than you can imagine. The organza suit adorned by you should not only look good but also feel good too. 

Don’t just follow trends – you can make just as much of a statement with the classics as well. The important things is that you should feel comfortable and pretty in what you wear.

You may want to pamper yourself with some extraordinary designer dresses for the festive season, but does that mean you are going to burn a hole in your pocket, or would you look for something that is reasonably priced and is value for money? 

Setting a budget gives you clarity and helps to narrow down your search options. The market is overflowing with a wide range of designer suits that are suitable for all pockets. Look for pieces that can be styled differently to create different looks to get the best value for your money!

• Coordination: Yumna Amin
• Hair Makeup: Nabila Salon
• Designer: Nimra Kashif
• Photography & Styling: Hasan Habib Hashmi
• Jewellery: Aura Official
• Featuring: Sadaf Kawanl, Sasha Raja & Alishba Abbasi