We are here with just three simple tips for Eid dresses in the UK which will help you plan your festival a little better with whatever options you have.
Style Tip 1:
Prep up Your Old Collection
If you can’t afford to buy new Eid salwar kameez, then don’t worry because you can always revamp your old collection with new accessories. Chikankari and Brocade silks are always in fashion. You can style them with cost-effective friendly ideas, such as change the bottom of the chikankari kurta or add a new hairdo to your brocade silk. If you have a plain black kaftan, you can do a myriad of things with it, such as tie it up at the waist with a quirky embroidery belt or pair the dress with heavy necklaces and earrings.
Style Tip 2:
Try New & Different, yet Traditional
Why don’t we try something new this year? While we think of only salwar kameez, the traditional churidars, or the Peshwa ethnic suits for Eid shopping, you can change your style statement and stand out in the crowd with a saree. Sarees, just like salwar kameez, are evergreen and much loved across the globe.
The best part about wearing sarees is that you won’t have to compete with the anarkalis, the salwar kameez, and the kaftans.
Style Tip 3:
Accessorize with the Forgotten Dupatta
We all have had a love-hate relationship with our dupattas. While most of us have chucked this piece of clothing altogether from our wardrobes, some dresses look better with dupattas. For instance, dupattas with Pakistani salwar kameez balance and beautify the outfit. Dupatta completes a traditional dress, such as lehenga, and churidars.
You can use the dupatta in various ways for styling. Here’s a video that you can watch to change the way your dress looks.
There are many ways to fashion your Eid Dresses bought online. You just have to tap the fashionista hidden inside you and get going. You can also take the help of our Instagram to look outstanding this Eid.