As the much-awaited Eid-al-Adha is steadily catching upon us, we have almost started going into a frenzy. Since there are so many elements to look after for the celebration (think: delicacies and #OOTD's), we are among the many who have not chosen our THE outfit yet. As we are always looking forward to playing dress-up (the grey times have increased the frequency), here is a perfect opportunity for us to curate chic Eid looks. Here are 5 hand-picked curated looks for Eid from the Artisanal Sale that is an ode to Indian craftsmanship and traditional textiles.
Take a look at these looks and choose your pick.
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Checking out modern Eid looks but is your heart set on traditional anarkalis? We suggest you opt for this embroidered white set by Nadima Saqib that is chock-full of poise and grace. Since it has a tinge of orange and fuchsia, you can add your dash of colour to your jewellery and accessories. Take a look at our best picks by Confluence. Wear your coral lipstick and stun in a kohl liner.
Quintessentially feminine and elegant - the best way to describe this look. If you're up for a look that resonates with these vibes, then this one is for you. Wear this pastel pink gharara set by Astha Narang and complete the look with an enamel choker set and a kundan kadaa, along with these embroidered sandals and embellished potli. Wear your favourite red lipstick to offset the paleness and go easy on the rest of the makeup.
Monotone sets are always trending off the charts. It's time to own yours for your day-to-night ventures. Not only is this simple dove grey kurta set by Ajiesh Oberoi extremely comfortable but also is timeless. Style it with these crystal jewels and embellished accessories. Complete the look with winged eyeliner and a lipstick with a pink undertone.
This look clears the checklist for an uber-classy vibe. Proving to be equal parts sophisticated and comfortable, this pink Tarun Tahiliani passes the checkpoint for family-only celebrations. To make it one of the best Eid looks so far, style it with semi-contemporary jewellery with a bit of an edge, just like these ones. Wear barely-there makeup with a nude brown lipstick.
Simplicity always mirrors elegance. If you resonate with an understated vibe and can't get enough of minimal ethnic outfits, take a look at this demure pastel orange and green gharara set by Abhinav Mishra. Complement the outfit by wearing these beaded earrings and kundan maangtikka. Go easy on the makeup base, and opt for a mauve lipstick to add a dash of a different colour.
Which one of our specially curated Eid looks did you love the most? Let us know in the comments below!