How has Ramadan been for you? The easiest way for me to explain my Ramadan is that it’s like sprinting a marathon. These last ten days of Ramadan have coincided with the first week of summer break which requires a whole different type of energy. Buying Eid gifts is still on my to do list, but I did manage to put together an Eid lookbook for you.
Traditional Ethnic Clothes
I will be wearing shalwar kameez on Eid as will the rest of my family. We don’t have many opportunities to wear traditional clothes and I use any opportunity I can to get my kids dressed up in Pakistani clothes. This outfit is Sana Safinaz, unfortunately I can’t find this particular one. But there are quite a few reasonably priced ones on the site. Here’s an affiliate link for similar sandals in case you need a pair of gold ones (trust me, you do).
Tulle For Days
For my non-Pakistani readers, or those who just don’t feel like wearing shalwar kameez, here’s another idea. Pair a tulle skirt with a classic white shirt. Dress it up with accessories, or keep it simple like I did here. All items here are old, but I have linked similar items below the picture.
Wear the Rainbow
Need more color? Try all of them! You may notice my formal wear tends to be lots of skirts and tops. I have had luck finding modest casual dresses, but I still have yet to find modest formal dresses. So until then it’s a lot of mixing and matching skirts and tops. Again, items are old ones I’ve pulled out of my closet, but I have affiliate links to similar items. Only thing I couldn’t find was a similar shirt. I’ll keep looking!
Check out some of my other blog posts for more ideas of what to wear for eid:
I’d love to hear what you plan to wear on Eid, especially if it’s Pakistani clothes. I’m always on the lookout for different stores and designers. Eid Mubarak!