Eid is just around the corner. What are you planning to wear?! Fret not, I’ve got quite a few nifty tips and tricks that will have you sorted 🙂 And you won’t be spending a fortune either! Read my article in this month’s Masala magazine. Click on my Instagram post below for more.
Eid is just around the corner. Have you got your festive gear sorted?
This Eid, I’m planning on fashion twinning with my little one.
I first discovered Fayon Kids at Numaish Exhibitions. Based in India’s capital city of Delhi which is renowned for its old-world handicrafts and exquisite fabrics, the brand was created by doting mother Preeti Jatia.
I have always had a fascination with the eye-catching embroidery that comes from the North-Western Indian state of Rajasthan.
Eid Ul Fitr is the festive ending to a month-long devotional month of fasting on the Muslim calendar. With just over 2 weeks to go, it would be a good idea to start planning out the Eid wardrobe and avoid the maddening pre-Eid retail rush.
For Eid, I love playing ethnic dress-up. There’s something magical about traditional Indian attire. The bright clashes of color, the heavy embroidery and the majestic use of chiffon and silk add feminine grace to any silhouette. However, I for one do not get many opportunities to dress up completely ethnic. I prefer Indo-Western; the marriage of somber Western cuts with a spark of Indian fiesta can be carried off for other occasions beyond Eid, hence giving me more wear per buy. Today’s post is a pictorial wishlist of Indo-Western outfits I have shortlisted. Wishing I could own them all!