This is the first year I’m putting together this Eid lookbook for y’all since I always get inspired when I see them, so I thought since Pakistani wear has such a wide variety of styles/outfits I could do a few of my favorites as ideas for y’all this year! These are in no way sponsored, just outfits I recently bought and love so I wanted to share in case y’all wanted to get them too 🙂
Black Formal Outfit
This outfit is such a good one for Eid or for a formal iftar, the satin pants compliment the top perfectly. I styled this with black Valentinos and a Zara bag that has gold hardware so you can accessorize with gold earrings, bracelets, etc. to bring the look together. Definitely one of my go-to and favorite outfits!
White With a Pop Of Color
This is perfect for a weekend Eid party and can be appropriate for an iftar too! I paired this jacket from Sapphire with white silk flare pants (same ones I have in black!) and a simple white kameez under the coat. The red is the focus of this outfit so I’d wear a red lip with this but I styled it with my nude Christian Louboutins and some gold Quay sunnies.
Spring Summer Silk Tunic
I absolutely love this FTA top, the pearl detailing on it is so stunning y’all, and so easy to style and wear for an iftar or Eid. The best part about this is it comes in one size, so it’s suitable for everyone. I paired the top with these white pants, nude Louboutins again, & a Dune London bag.
East x West
I always love mixing my western wardrobe with my east, and this outfit is the perfect combo! This top is a lawn kurti and the sleeves are so cute, but it needed a little something extra so I paired it with these faux leather pants, pearl shoes, and Chanel canvas bag to make it more formal.
The Traditional 3 Piece
This is actually my Eid outfit but I thought I’d share because it’s a traditional 3 piece outfit, and sometimes wearing a dupatta just adds so much elegance to a look. This top and dupatta came together but these pants are from a different outfit I have and it just worked perfectly with the top! I love a outfit thats versatile so this one is great since I can wear it with some straight pants and without the dupatta if I want to wear it to an iftar, but perfect for Eid this way!
Ive had this gharara for so long but it’s such a simple one so I decided to wear a western top with it and make it a little more formal for those of you who would opt for this type of look. I love how this looks especially for a more formal event, wear it with a long gold necklace and a gold bag and it’s perfect for a Eid event!
All About The Sleeves
I am such a sucker for cute sleeves, especially these since it adds a little something to the outfit. I paired this top with white silk pants, but I’ve also worn it with the pants I wore in my Eid outfit above and it looked great. For accessories I did the white Dune London bag again and nude Louboutins as well.
I hope y’all found some inspiration from this post – I loved styling these pieces and can’t wait to wear my Eid outfit soon! Hope y’all have an amazing rest of your Ramadan.