Eid-Al-Fitr, the day when we can mark an end of Ramzan, the 30-days of fasting from dawn to sunset, with excitement and fiesta. The charm is not only to feast on a delicious Daawat but also to call upon friends and family to celebrate with much fervour.
There are many things which make the festival of Eid great apart from mouth-watering biryani. Everyone loves taking part in the celebrations and put in a lot of time and effort for their festival look. It is the time of the year to hop from sober and minimal jewellery to large-sized, colourful and glittery pieces of jewellery.
So, here are a few designs to jazz up your Eid look
Nothing looks as classy and magnificent as diamond jewellery. White gold with clear diamonds can neutralize any outfit and also balance out all the colours. It can be wisely matched with any solid or neutral colour outfit to get the most out of it.
Make a statement
Create a bold and edgy look by wearing big and bold statement jewellery. Be a trendsetter this Eid and let your jewellery express the enthusiasm within you in style. You could add long dangling earrings or a long necklace. It will go well with any long kurta or any sweetheart neck outfit. This can single-handedly brighten up any outfit.
Golden jewellery is a classic and will never go out of fashion. It can balance out any outfit and add a classy and royal vibe to your look. You can pair it with any off-white, black, green or blue traditional outfit.
Evergreen with green
Be it a pastel colour salvar kameez or a burgundy lehenga wearing Emerald jewellery will look great. A style-defining Emerald necklace set can elevate your entire Eid look and make you look stunning.
Jhumka earrings are a staple when it comes to a traditional Indian attire. You can never go wrong with a beautiful pair of jhumkas. This Eid pair your outfit with jhumkas and make heads turn and brighten up your entire outfit.
So, now that you’ve got the right fashion guide there is nothing that will stop you from looking ethereal and elegant on this festival of Eid.
Narrated by Vridhi Desai
Edit by Rhea Nasta
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