The 30 days of fasting, the mystical evening prayers, the dawn of the stars, and finally the hide and seek of moon all ends up in the magical eve called Eid. Melancholy fashion is not meant for the festive. The glitz glam with the royalty is in for the SubhanAllah look.
A sneak peak into the world of Arabic fashion for you: beholds a long list of voguish charms to adorn. Needless to say exploring fashion is therapeutic. Have you explored the fashion trends in Salwars, Anarkalis, Abayas and Kaftans for you? Do you know the garish cum royal look for you this Eid season?
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Noor-e-Anarkalis

The never dawning fashion Anarkalis are a treat to eyes since the Mughal period. The simplest of salwar suits have an added element of flair incorporated into them to give them a more festive look and a more feminine touch, making the girl or woman wearing it feel like the princess.Anarkalis in bright, vibrant colors with simple work on the neck or yoke, in rich fabrics like net, georgette and chiffon seems to be the preferred choice of attire.

Princess in Lawn : Another popular trend this season seems to be almost floor length anarkali suits in rich shades of blue, pink, red and orange that can be paired with satin churidars and can easily be worn to large social gatherings as well

Heavy Embroidered Churidars

Long, flowy gowns embellished with arabic motifs and delicate embroidery and detailing are also predicted to make a big splash this festive season. Madhuri Dixit carried off this look with ease at a recent fashion event.