What to Wear to Iftar Parties 2015

Iftar Party Dresses

While Bollywood has already begun celebrating Iftar and in big ways, you have got to be trendy and chic at the Iftar do’s. Making Ramadan a celebration of peace and harmony, we have a wide range of what to wear with regard to Ramadan fashion and dresses to choose from.

While delicious spreads are being served at the homes of many, and should you be invited to one, dressing apt for the occasion is a must, isn’t it?

Feast all you want, but do so in style- here are 15 looks you could try at the iftar party you’ve been invited to!

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An Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla Outfit in all gold

Sonali Bendre in the Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla Outfit as a judge for the MISS INDIA contest was the oomph quotient that stole the show- grab this look and steal the eyeballs at the friend’s iftar party

An Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla Outfit

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Mystical black with a touch of silver

Grab eyeballs with the mystical black anarkali suit, embellished with intricate silver threaded embroidery and a cute clutch to complete the look!

Black anarkali for Iftar Party

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Emulate Mumtaz

Yesteryear Bollywood actress and mother of Ruslaan (bollywood hero), Mumtaz created a Mughalish style for iftar and on-screen dramas with the long flowing kurta and a longer skirt- monotone fashion with eid outfits was recreated when Ekta Kapoor did the same, and so can you!

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Ekta Kapoor iftar party

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Dress up like Tabu

Total bollywoodish and very iftar to doll up in, the peach-net saree with a black blouse dolled up in finest of golden threads for embroidery, brings on the flair and touch of finesse at the social do!

Iftar Party Dresses

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Dressing up like Sonam Kapoor

What looks like an embellished Anamika Khanna’s Indo fusion onsie in black and gold, the embroidery steals the show and makes Sonam a total princess at the social event- the same would go for you, should you choose to wear the embellished metal toned onesie!

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Sonam Kpoor at iftar party

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The lady in red at the iftar

Top-to-toe and in one bright colour that too, be the style diva while feasting on the firnis and paayas at the iftar party this time. Who doesn’t like to paint the town red, with a fashionable long gown- apt enough for the community gathering!

Sruthi Hasan at iftar parties

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Gorgeous red and orange on a saree

Wear it like the gorgeous Dimple Kapadia, in a saree so chic and bold. Gorgeous in red and orange blocks, the drape of nine yards steals the show

Orange saree for iftar parties

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Mint green for the iftar queen

Bollywood actress Kajol with her curves and luminous skin tone, shook and rocked the iftar bash at a friend’s gathering in a mint green netted saree.

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Kajol in iftar party

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Look gorgeous in pastel shades

Don’t fancy too much bling and shine or shimmer at the iftars, try the pastel palette with a touch of colourful embroidery in minimal counts on your eid salwar kameez!

Eid salwar kameez

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The gorgeous anarkali on Shilpa Shetty

Do it like Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty, in a gorgeous anarkali with brown earth tones and chic makeup to match your choice on Ramadan Dresses, hats off!

Ramadan dresses for eid

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Shantanu & Nikhil’s contemporary touch

Designer Shantanu & Nikhil’s contemporary cuts and white sleek couture at the latest bridal shows across the nation left PYTs spellbound- a traditional white with minimal embellishments on the sleeveless anarkali is what you could pick from their bridal collection!

Shantanu & nikhil designs for eid

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A gorgeous floral dress with leggings

To be a little subtle and yet sensual for an iftar party, sans grabbing eyeballs for the wrong reasons should be your aim at the social community do- a floral dress with leggings thus seems apt and chic!

Floral dress for Iftar Party

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Vibrant lemony greens

Throw in a little more colour to the moments of iftar and bring on a little spicy touches with citrus hues- lemony greens so vibrant and chic, on a salwar for the iftar, why not?

Eid dresses for women

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Of whites and blacks

Quite monotone and very trendy to wear, black embroidery on white kurtas, tops and palazzo pants are hot in 2015

Trendy outfits for eid

Pretty In peaches and pinks with a touch of gold

Steal the eyes while feasting at the friends iftar bash, in pretty peaches and pinks!

Iftar Party Dresse

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We’ve shown you fifteen trendiest looks from the world of celebs and the fashion realms, and we hope to have satisfied your needs with what to wear at the upcoming iftar bash- be a delightful entrée, one that the guests would talk about owing to your graceful self and total oomph being displayed in haute Iftar Party Dresses. Have fun!

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