Hi guys! We hope you all had a meethi Eid and got lots of Eidi. Eid is pretty much over but we’re still dealing with family dinners/gathering and some post Ramadan sleeping disorder so we decided to do as much posts as possible to keep ourself busy and productive.
Here’s what we wore on the first day of Eid;
I ditched WHITE guys, I mean sort of.. I went for off-white this time , lol. I tried.
This off-white embroidered chiffon trouser shirt by Coir was the perfect blend of pastels that I wanted for the first day of Eid. I loved the little tussle on the trousers and the embroidery on the dupatta!
I paired the dress with my current fav mustard-sort-of-yellow heels that I got from Mango on sale. I love the little transparent detail! This shoe almost adds a pop of color to every outfit and it did the same to this Pastel tonned one.
I’m OBSESSED with jhumkas these days and almost all the jhumkas I have are from the hawkers in Islamabad mostly in F-7 near my moms office.
I got my blow-dry and mehndi on chaand raat from Faizas Salon, they were kind enough to let us in at 3 am, hehe. I always go for the simple tikka design, its just so me.
Look # 2
This Eid I wanted to try a simple gharara with a short shirt and this dress from Maria B was exactly what I wanted. It had the perfect amount of festive work on the shirts neck and sleeves. The net duppata had a beautiful border with embroidered flowers all over it.
For the hair I opted for loose curls as they make my new hair color pop out and for the makeup I did a purple eye look for the first time with a pink lip.
The details of my make-up look are mentioned here
I wore my nude heels that I got from Mango and silver jhumkas to complete my look.
Oh and not to forget i got last minute mehndi done for eid from faizaz salon!
Hope you enjoyed reading this post!
Eid is not just around the corner, it’s HERE!!! Have you still not found the perfect Eid dress? Are you the one who always gets their dress on chaand raat? Well then you’re at the right place. Here are a couple of ready made dresses that you can buy right away!
This gorgeous green dress caught my eye as soon as I walked into the Maria B store. The net dupatta is rich in colour and the embroidered flowers add just the right touch to the stunning piece that it is. I went with pink earings to give it a splash of color and back heels! Completed the look with straight hair, a middle parting and a dewy makeup look!
To buy this suit click here
For this look I wanted to go a little heavier! The gharara was just perfect for the look I had in mind. It was a chiffon outfit and the gharara was really voluminous, just what you need for a Instagram worthy twirl. Perfect for eid dinners and just eid in general. With so much going on in the outfit I decided to balance the look by tied up hair and a pair of silver jhumkas. Oh and I wore my favourite nude khussas with it!
To buy this suit click here.
I clearly wanted to try a dark color for Eid since I’ve worn too many whites & white is still my absolute fav but I believe it’s about time I try something different. This royal blue kurta with gold embroidery looked very Eid like to me and the light pink dupatta was the perfet touch to balance the whole look out. Not to forget the golden lace on the edges of the dupatta giving it the perfect Eid Look. I paired them with these yellow heels I got from mango to add another little pop of color. I know, I know we decided not to go for a dramatic makeup look but I don’t know what made me apply that blue eyeshadow but I guess I balanced it with a nude lip color? Yes? No? Yes!
Also I’m wearing Faizas Mink Lashes in the type ‘Herandhem’, they’re super light and natural. You can order yours from here.
To buy this look click here
This ferozi dress caught my eye because of its statement like bell sleeves! I LOVED the sleeves and the color combination of peach and ferozi. The only thing I don’t approve of was the dress being see through despite wearing the ‘shameez’ attached with it. But I believe that could have been covered if I wore a camisole so incase you buy this one don’t forget your camisole! I tied my hair with this look and added a pair of jhumkis since I’m obsessed with them lately!
To buy this look click here.
Photography: The Photoneers
Location: Chak 51
Hope you liked our last minute Eid Shopping, let us know what you’re wearing this Eid in the comments below.
Eid Mubarak in advance 🙂
Eid is not just around the corner, it’s HERE!!! Have you still not found the perfect Eid dress? Are you the one who always gets their dress on chaand raat? Well then you’re at the right place. Here are a couple of dresses that you can buy right away!
Look 1 –
I’m sure you all know by now that white is my go to color for Eid so I just had to choose this Karandi ready made gown with intricate cut work and embroidery on the gown and the end of the sleeves which makes the entire look 10 × more classy. I went with khussas because I realise Eid is not always all glamourous and sometimes you have to work and it’s more comfortable to do it in flats rather than heels.
To buy this embroidered gown click here.
For the second look i channelled my inner Desi girl vibes and choose this yellow unstitched suit. The crushed dupatta and the gharara screamed Eid! The golden piping on the neck work and the printed + embroidered colorful neck work all in all was perfect for Eid. I had to complete the look with some Desi jhumkas and a red lip color!
To buy this printed and embroidered suit click here.
I fell in love with the puffy sleeves and the pastel purple color of the outfit so much that i selected it instantly. The long embroidered shirt was different from what I usually wear and I paired it with a shalwar I styled it with a purple lip color winged eyeliner and loose curls. I wore my favourite purple jhumkas with it and went for nude heels to complete my look.
To buy the embroidered shirt click here
Look 4 –
The color of this outfit was everything and the tila work was adding the perfect eid touch to it. The short shirt was paired up with a gharara and looked absolutely breathtaking. I paired it with silver jhumkas and nude heels. For the makeup i went for a simple look with pink lips and a winged eyeliner. For the hair i kept the loose curls from before and wallah this was my second look from Kayseria.
To buy this printed embroidered shirt click here
You can shop these looks from here.
Photography by: Noor-e-fiza Photography
Location: Serai Bistro Islamabad.
Hope this last minute shopping was helpful for you guys, let us know what you’re wearing for Eid in the comments below 🙂