Get ready for Eid Mubarak!
We’re in the holy month of Ramadan. Soon it will be time to celebrate and wish family and friends Eid Mubarak. As you all know, new clothes are an important and fun aspect of the season. For Eid is a wonderful reason to get dressed up, go to the masjid, and make lots of dua. Speaking of new clothes, chances are, you’re still mulling over what your Eid outfit should be. If so, IndiaBoulevard is here to help you choose well.
Considering it’s summer time for most of us now, all but one of the outfits we’re recommending are in bright, joyous shades that are designed to deflect the heat. The exception is a black dress, a colour that’s ideal for evening engagements. And on that note, let’s check out what we have in store for you.
PICK # 1 Purple & orange benarasi brocade anarkali
Look radiant in shades of purple and orange with this anarkali . Pair it with a dupatta that’s embellished by net with kundan work.
PICK # 2 Floral hot pink & green anarkali
Be so pretty in silk, pink, orange, and pastel with this anarkali. Pair it with the raw silk dupatta that’s enhanced by floral work. And make an impression that adds smiles to every celebration.
PICK # 3 Pearl white & red floral anarkali
Perfect to spread an aura of the pure and pristine is this white anarkali in raw silk with rich, red thread work embroidery. Pair it with a net dupatta in red to make a very pretty picture and take plenty.
PICK # 4 Orange mirror work kurta suit
Be the center of attraction in this orange suit in georgette and stunning mirror work. Paired with a stylish dupatta it completes a most radiant ensemble.
PICK # 5 Black beauty in gold gown
Sashay your way through any evening in this resplendent black gown in georgette with fancy zardozi work that’s elegantly-designed to turn heads to elevate every celebration for all the right reasons.
All said and done, don’t forget to give thanks that you have been fortunate enough to experience another holy month of Ramadan. And whatever your plans are, smile and make people smile. After fasting all month, it’s the Almighty’s will that we celebrate Eid by cherishing those around you, and spreading joy.