It’s that time of the year where you get a chance to dress up a bit more than usual. With Eid al Adha around the corner, many of us are probably thinking about what to wear. You know that you will have to make a wise decision, because the pictures will last forever. Here are some outfit inspirations for those of you who can’t decide what to wear!
This two-piece set is a classic. If you think that a suit is just for work, then think again! Suits are perfect for everyone. You can dress them up and down, match it with accessories, make it look sporty or chic, wear a black one or a pink one, everything is possible with a suit!
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If you want to keep it more traditional, go ahead! It’s never wrong to bring your root into your outfit. Wear your Kebaya, Abayaor Takshitaand you will definitely not regret it. These outfits are timeless and will never be out of style. And if you like it more modern, be creative and add some modern and personal influences to your outfit to make it complete.
It’s not only about looking good, but also about feeling comfortable. A dress is perfect for those of you who want to eat and move comfortable without worrying about your clothes.
All-white is not only for your wedding day, you can wear all-white on Eid as well. The colour has a calming aura and is pure and simple. Going monochrome is everything but boring. But keep in mind, all-white is not something you can wear if you’re clumsy!
5. All-Black (of course!)
If you’re someone who enjoys wearing black all the time and you want to keep it that way during Eid, then go ahead! Black on black on black!
6. Street Style
Street style has become one of the most popular fashion trends. It’s all about expressing yourself and being creative, so why not during Eid al Adha?
7. Express yourself to the fullest
The most important part of dressing up is having fun and expressing oneself. So don’t forget, wear what you want. Be crazy, be creative, be bold, be fierce, be monochrome, be unique!