Guide for the consumers to make a purchase of eid dresses 2015. With eid ul adha gearing up in the air, there is competition in the market / variety offerings out there.
Come September, people, women in particular, started gearing up for the most anticipated of the Muslim holidays; Eid ul Adha. May it be the youth, the married ones, or the elder. The one thing on everyone’s mind by now is THE dress for their choices for the Eid dresses 2015.
Festivity of any occasion is reflected by the delicacy of adornment, luxurious designs, originality of cuts, the radiating regality of the fabrics, and extravagant color schemes, all appropriate to the event. Uniqueness, Unlikeness, and elegance are the few major things a person want in their dress. And so today’s agenda will be this as a style guide to the Eid dresses 2015 for the “Meaty-Eid”.
With Eid only a few weeks away, the markets have been flooded by so many different designers’ collections that it gets hard to choose between them. This is one of those few times in fashion history of Pakistan that multiple trends are being followed. May the shirts be long, medium or short, the trousers straight, a capri, or a palazzo; everything is in vogue.
The eid collection 2015/Eid dresses 2015 are mostly a vary of dresses that are in three items i.e. tunic(shirt), trousers (trouser) and dupatta. Shirts are adorned with written patterns and embroidered styles additionally of motifs patched on daman and neck.
In some dresses chiffon dupatta is paired and in some it’s in lawn. Currently as you’ll notice within the fashion market that spherical neck with motifs beside it and ban neck with motifs is being titled plenty so there is that the same scene of neck styles.
Moving on to some brands, as they literally dictate what is in trend these days.
Alkaram Stores, this time, focused on short shirts with cigarette pants mostly. Making their outfits all the more exquisite, are their modestly printed dupattas. The dresses mostly feature bold prints with embroided necklines and soft colors. Alkaram definitely hit the mark this time for the Eid dresses 2015.
Moving on to another of ladies’ favorite brand, Sana Safinaz, this, like always, opted for a different route. Concentrating on silk this time, their collection features both long and short shirts with matching trousers. You can also get elegant churidar pajamas, shalwars, and tights with printed chiffon dupattas. This is their reflection of collection of Eid dresses 2015.
Silk thread works, floral prints with haughty designs and adornments are in. The trousers are preferred to be embroided at the bottom or along the vertical line. If you can’t decide on a color scheme; Dusty golds, beige, self-explanatory whites, and bold blacks are always a safe choice.
Most brands like Beech Tree, Khaadi, and Maria .B, pitched on sheer chiffon, net, silk, jacquard and brocade organza to make their collections timeless.
If you want to go bold, get your hands on prints that are a powerful burst of floral, ethnic, or (to be on a riskier side) boho chic. Take liberty to embellish them with lace or light motifs and Pair them up with plain Arabian shalwar or pallazos.
This EID, most brands have been assiduous in showcasing bold colors like blue, white, black, pink, yellow, orange, red, purple etc. These are the color choices for the Eid dresses 2015. In terms of men’s fashion, a simple kurta shalwar is evergreen in pastel colors. But to give a twist to your ‘plain’ kurta (because its TOO plain), rely on sholder straps (or buttoned shoulder straps ), double breast pockets, pleats detailing on cuffs, chest or backs, zipper pockets or detailing fabric. Soft embroidery on neckline and shoulders will always pay off.
Buttoned down necklines, or collared kameez with embroidery has an enduring freshness. Invest in a good waist coat (because it NEVER looks bad) to go with your shalwar suits. Pair it all up with Peshawari chappal or sandals to create that sophisticated and die-for look. Yes, do that for your choices for the Eid dresses 2015.
All in all, this eid, go crazy with ideas (not too crazy though). Let your inner fashion designer wake up and take control. Be a little bold, be a little fancy, and be a little matchless.
Happy Eid shopping guys!