With changing trends leaving a huge impact on everyday fashion, it is almost impossible to imagine any celebration without it. This Eid it’s going to be a celebration of not only religion but fashion as well.
2017 is half done and this year has been great for fashion for the upbeat styles that have taken over. This year is all about quirk, energy, colors and flowers. With festivals coming up, it’s about to get even better. Ramadan is here and so everybody is thrilled for the lunar celebration. While sweets, family, gatherings are a part of celebrations, let’s not forget that fashion is also an integral element of festivities. This Eid, we have assembled the major styles that are going to be all around:
Floral Prints: Ever since Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s new collection, floral prints have become the rage of 2017. With almost every style in floral prints, this Eid is going to see flowers like never before. Floral printed salwar kameez are extremely popular right now in styles like abaya salwars, anarkalis, palazzo and so on. If you are willing to try a little different, you can also opt for lehengas in floral prints paired with heavy embellished kurtis.
Digital Prints: Other than floral prints, colorful digital prints are also doing the rounds lately. These are kept simple, without any embellishments in airy fabrics like cotton, chiffon and satin. Straight cut salwar kameez in digital prints are exceptionally stylish styles for their simplicity and class at the same time.
Tunics: If you are looking for something different than ethnic wear, you have the option to go for mix styles. Tunics in varying lengths are available in various fabrics, works and detailing. You can either dress up simply in these tunics or make it fun by mixing them with other styles like palazzos, skirts and so on.
Pant Suits: Kameez with the regular salwar are now a thing of the past. Now kurta/kurtis are given new look by creating different combinations. Pant suits have always been a popular Pakistani attire and now it has become a hit on Indian streets as well. Heavy embellished long kurtas with straight pants are high in demand for all the right reasons!
Asymmetrical Lines: Those regular boring salwar kameez are well out of fashion. They are now given dimension with irregular cuts and hemlines that are called asymmetrical style suits. These have a sensuous aura about them that are great at displaying femininity while the Indian silhouette also raves of culture and ethnicity.
Kurti with Tights: Kurtis have not been in mainstream fashion for quite a long time but now they have made a comeback. Kurtis are seen everywhere, with Indian Wedding Dresses salwar, pyjamas, palazzos and recently with tights. These are classified into Indo-Western styles that are fusion of Indian and Western silhouettes. If you want something that is neither overly traditional nor too modern, then this is the look you should go for.
Now you know what is to be on your list when you pick up that bag for the shopping extravaganza that you have bee
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