Eid Fashion: Celebrate Id-Ul-Fitr with these Top 5 Trending Anarkalis


EID is an important festival celebrated by the Muslim community to mark the end of Ramadan. Since it’s around the corner, the preparations must’ve already begun.


Eid Fashion: Celebrate Id-Ul-Fitr with these Top 5 Trending
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While last year Eid was celebrated on 1st September, this year it has arrived early and will be celebrated as Id-Ul-Fitr on 15th Jun, 2018 (Friday). If you have been following my posts, then let me recall my last year’s article where I suggested some fabulous dresses for Eid fashion which were hugely appreciated by the audience.

While every Muslim girl will agree to the factor that the most exciting part of celebrating Eid is wearing new outfits; the enthusiasm is seen at most market places especially in cities like Hyderabad, Lucknow and Mumbai.

The same intensity of excitement also prevails widely over the Internet, thanks to the advent of the online shopping extravaganza in India. As shopping for purely traditional dresses are a passé now, online boutiques offer latest ultra-stylish salwar suits, anarkalis and lehengas, while retaining aesthetic values of the festival.

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Here are some of the best styles we’ve got for you, to flaunt and be a charmer.

So here are 5 inspirations to take from for Eid fashion!

1. Viridian Green Embroidered Anarkali Suit

This green embroidered anarkali suit is one of the best pieces that comes in 2-layer net anarkali kurta accentuated with intricate embroidery work in gold thread all over the chest, bottom panel and sleeves.

While the full-sleeve design and traditional gota work reflects the ethnic values of the anarkali; the two layered full-length kurta in net fabric, not to forget the soothing mint color of the outfit. On the whole, this green embroidered anarkali is perfect for the holy occasion like Id-Ul-Fitr.

Moreover, this fabulous design can suit women from all age groups. Wear this beautiful dress with Pearl jewelery for the best look.

Viridian Green Embroidered Anarkali Suit
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2. Carnation Pink Embroidered Anarkali Suit

No festival is ever complete without colors – be it Holi, Eid or Diwali. A colorful outfit not only graces the occasion, but even sends out a goodwill message of love and merrymaking. This carnation pink self – embroidered anarkali suit is replete with elaborate embroidery work in white thread that perfectly complements the pretty pink.

The beautiful floral designs present on the yoke and sleeves are accentuated with rhinestones to give an edge to the beauty of this outfit. Plus, the silver lurx panels on the brocade of the anarkali kurta and dupatta adds glamor elements to the outfit.

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This beautiful design with a blush pink colour need not be limited to just a festival occasion, but can also be worn at wedding receptions, night parties, birthday and anniversary celebrations and so on.

2 Carnation Pink Embroidered Anarkali Suit
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3. Raspberry Pink Embroidered Anarkali Suit

Here is another beautiful anarkali suit in raspberry pink and gold combination. While the yoke of the outfit is golden lame accentuated with a necklace-style zari and beads work; the bodice is in raspberry pink with intricate embroidery in a matching shade. The broad golden panels at the hem come with multi-layered thread work in gold and red that is complemented by matching golden panels on the dupatta.

The Mughal-inspired design of this anarkali is a best pick and can be worn at many celebrations and parties. The grand lavish look and design looks no less than a bridal floor-length anarkali.

Raspberry Pink Embroidered Anarkali Suit
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4. Golden Brocade Anarkali Suit

As elegance and sophistication takes over fashion during festivals and traditional ceremonies, this particular anarkali suit perfectly fits the bill. The golden brocade anarkali suit, featuring bandh gala, buttons-down and eye closure at the placket, not only graces the holy occasion of Ramadan but also brings in royal elements for the wearer. Besides, the golden zari work on the bodice and sleeves adds luxury. The broad golden silk blend panel at the hem reminds me of the Mughal era or fashion followed by the royal señora from bygone times.

The bandh gala, which is indeed the signature style of the ace fashion designer Raghvendra Rathore, can never go wrong while designing an ethnic outfit.

Coral Red & Black Anarkali Suit
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While almost every fashion house is offering elaborate designs for Id-Ul-Fitr and Ramadan, Zarilane stands true to their quality and standards, whilst keeping the religious significance in mind.



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