Are you stuck up with the dilemma of what to wear this Eid al-Fitr, as well? Or are you bored of the same looks and want to add a new zing to your wardrobe? Don't worry, in this article we've got you covered with some outfit ideas for this festive season, which will help decide how to rock this Eid.
What colour to opt for?
This season is all about the hues with colours like yellows and greens and reds taking the centre stage at some of the most prestigious and fashionable events like Cannes Film Festival.
Yellow, however, is being seen to be worn by a lot of celebrities making it a hot pick for you to wear this Eid.
Bored of the mundane Anarkalis?
You can ditch those same old anarkalis this year and instead opt for something like a flowy sharara or long cape dress. You can even pair them separately with an anarkali itself, this will give you a trendier and fancier twist.
For a simpler look, you can opt for a chikankari pant suit or a chikankari straight kurta paired with a palazzo pants.
How should you accessorise?
Long, dangling earrings are back in trend and in all fairness, we love them and so will you! You can even add maang teekas or chandbaalis for a more glitzy and heavier look.
What about the make-up?
Get your make-up look on point with some glitter or shimmer eye-shadow or if you’ve settled for a yellow outfit make sure to go all out and pair it with bold red lips and winged eyeliner.
If you’ve settled for a heavier, more embellished look then go with a simple nude make-up look, which would complement your ensemble and let it do the talking.
But if you’ve opted for a simple outfit then you can settle for a bolder eye and lip combination, which would uplift your outfit and make you stand out from the rest.
The more embellished and bespangled your outfit, the simpler and more natural your make-up and accessories should be. And if you’ve decided to dress up effortlessly and simple then make sure that your make-up and accessories cover up by making a daunting statement and help you look class apart.