Festivals…. A period of Celebration. 🙂 🙂

The holy month of Ramadan ends with the celebration of Eid-Ul-Fitr, meaning ‘The breaking of Fast.’ It’s a celebration of showing gratitude to God for everything we have, food, family, self-control and health. On the first sight of the crescent moon, fete begins.  A celebration calls for gathering and feasts, a way to spend an occasion with friends and families and to celebrate life.

In India, whether it’s Holi, Diwali, Eid or any other celebration, festivals are celebrated with ardour and emotions. We all look forward to shopping, hanging out, meeting friends and relatives, gifts, savour delicious delicacies and organising house parties. With all these parties coming up our way, the first thing that comes to our mind is what do we wear?? :O :O What dress what jewellery..ugh!! 😦 Well at least, I start getting panic attacks a week before. I always have to be really sure of what I’m wearing and how it will look. My calculation of all these, what, how, but and if starts. When I’m stuck with a void mind, I look up for some inspirations, be it magazines or film stars. And hell yeah!! I succeed. But all this is a real struggle. So I thought to help you with this everyday struggle here with me.

While the recipe of ‘Shevaiyaan’ and ‘Biryani’ is ready, 😛 😛 I’m trying to help all of us including me with some decent and subtle outfit ideas J I hope u like it!

LOOK 1: Celebrate your special day wearing, White kurta and Classic red Silk dupatta!! 🙂 This is my personal favourite.


LOOK 2: You can never go wrong with pastels !! They are very trendy subtle, and gives you that extra glow!! Colour block it with some bold basic colour leggings/pajama.


LOOK 3: Yellow!!!! The summer colour!! Pair it with some silver jewellery and wallah!! you are ready to roll!!!


All the looks are really simple and easy to carry. You can get your hands on these in the store next door. Bonus for you guys as it is SALE time!! They are all affordable and ethnic.

If you like what you saw and want to grab your hands on them then here are the details of what I wore:

Look 1:

  • Kurta: Fbb Big Bazaar
  • Legging: Biba
  • Dupatta: Flea Market
  • Earrings: Jabong
  • Shoes: Lifestyle Stores

Look 2:

  • Kurta: Designed by Saloni Jain
  • Legging: Biba
  • Earrings: Jabong
  • Shoes: Lifestyle Stores

Look 3:

  • Kurta: Soch
  • Legging: Biba
  • Earrings: Flea Market
  • Shoes: Flea Market

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Thanks, all of you for visiting my page!! Stay Tuned!! A lot more to come!! 🙂

Give me your love and affection!! Have a good day!!

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