The coronavirus epidemic has reduced the fervor and fun of the festivals, but it does not mean that you should not celebrate this festival even at home. Decorate the house with your family at home, cook delicious food and most importantly decorate yourself. This Eid, wear an outfit that reflects your heritage.
Wear silk or chanderi sharara or gharara with jewelry. If you are looking for ideas for the perfect look this Eid, we can help you with that.
Fashion designer Tarun Tahiliani's chikan kashida collection is perfect for festive occasions. This kurta from Georgette has chikankari embroidery work. The border and the yoke are hand-painted and then embroidered with embroidery. The silk lightweight dupatta is also hand-painted and then embroidered on it.
If you are a fan of Kashmiri embroidery, then this beautiful light blue silk kurta and salwar made from embroidery from the 19th century Kashmiri Tila shawl could be your choice. This look by Rimple and Harpreet Narula's creations has sequins, pearls, and Kasab-Dori Marodi work. Which is styled with a tulle dupatta.
This matching zardozi dupatta with a green tunic is the best outfit for Eid. You can also style dice, forehead, and nath with it. This Diva'ni outfit and styling will reflect your heritage.
If you want to wear a saree this Eid, choose a saree in pop colors from Masaba Gupta's latest collection. In the monsoon rains, this color will add to your look.
If you want to keep your look simple, then you can also wear ajrakh print kurtas of muslin cotton. This suit from the latest collection of Farid Gupta is perfect for Eid. These kurtas of ajrakh print will not only give you a simple look but you can also wear them comfortably at the office or any other occasion.