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Preparation to mark the end of Ramadan and celebrate the auspicious festival 'Eid' have already begin.[/caption]
Preparation to mark the end of Ramadan and celebrate the auspicious festival 'Eid' have already begin.
During all these festivities, picking up the finest outfit for the occasion remains a big challenge for all who want to flaunt their swag and rock with their looks.
If you are also one of them, and have not yet decided your special outfit for the occasion, here are five suggestions:
Net Sharara with Embroidered dupatta
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This is any time one of the most favourite and easy carrying tradition outfit. To give that x factor to your looks, team it up with an organza or a net dupatta with similar embroidery.
Saree with a heavily embroidered blouse
Saree is an all time elegant outfit and can be carried in different styles in accordance to your personality. For this auspicious occasion team up a plain saree with a heavily embroidered blouse.
Collared jacket with sharara pants
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This is an another elegant option for the occassion, team up a net collared jacket embellished with traditional gota patti embroidery paired with matching georgette foil sharara pants and flaunt your swag.
Anarkali suit with resham embroidery
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Resham embroidery always adds an x-factor to traditional outfits.
Crop top and harem pants
If you aren’t planning to go too traditional opt for a crop top and high waist harem pants.