Keep on reading to find out what I wore on Eid-ul-Fitr 2016.
After 30 long hard days of fasting finally came Eid-ul-fitr. Now don’t get me wrong I love the month of Ramadan but Peshawar’s heat was a big no no for me. Unfortunately I couldn’t spend this eid in my hometown of Abbottabad, instead I had to spend it in Islamabad. Hands down it was the most dispiriting eid in while but there is nothing you can’t get through when you have the loving support of family.
Eid day 1:
On the first day of eid-ul-fitr I wore a peach colored shirt from Limelight. It had beautiful gold and pink embroidery on the neck line and the entire shirt had a spaced out pattern of the infamous desi dancing girl. Unfortunately you can’t see it but along with this I wore an off white tulip shalwar from Kross Kulture. This was my first time wearing a tulip shalwar, not gonna lie it did seem kinda odd at first but now I am a huge fan.
Eid day 2:
On the second day I chose to wear a color I had never worn before. My shirt was from Origins. It was a light turquoise blue with white embroidery all over the front and pearl accents on the sleeves. The dupatta came with the shirt. Along with this I wore a white tulip shalwar again from Kross Kulture. My flats were from ECS.
Eid day 3:
On the 3rd day was also my cousin’s nikkah. I wore a Light blue net shirt by Shaista Arbab which had silver embellishments all over the neckline and shoulders. Along with this I wore lue cigarette pants and a net dupatta.
Eid day 4:
On the final day was my cousins formal nikkah. This was a night function with a much larger crowd so I wore a navy blue lehnga with red and orange flowers and golden accents. The blouse was made of a golden material covered in sequins with blue net sleeves. Just incase you are wondering on my nails I had Essie’s Off the shoulder.