Salaam Walekum

 Eid is a time when the entire Muslim community comes together to share each others joys and blessings and also to lessen the burden of those who are suffering. For a number of Muslim families, Eid is simply a twice-yearly routine that doesn’t change: get up, pray Fajr, eat breakfast, go pray, hug Eid Mubarak, come home, maybe go out, maybe have people over, eat, eat, eat, get gifts or Eid money, eat and sleep.

Here is a sneak peak of my routine on EID AL-FITR and my look for the day.

A week before mom to plan what you want to do on Eid day. Invite others over in the afternoon, Plans about the menu and delegate cooking responsibilities instead of dumping the whole workload on mom. Yes I do cook ,clean and decorate, make the house as sparkling clean as you can. Shopping for clothing and gifts which mostly is done by me.

On Eid, the ritual is mostly common at my home. Pray and donate money to a local Masjid or community fundraising event. Greet neighbors with sweets and delicacies. Get my EIDI, my most important task.

This Eid, I went with Anarkali as they are going in Indian trend for quite a while.  Anarkali Suits has won the hearts of almost all the women. They are a fusion of rich Indian tradition and modern designs. This ethnic attire flatters every body type if selected according to the body.

Anarkali dress is the best outfit for woman who wants a modern look with a traditional touch. Anarkali suits add a royal & classy touch and make you look elegant, mesmerizing & glamorous. They are also extremely easy and comfortable to wear and carry compared to other Indian attires.

My Designer Anarkali suit is From DB clothing. Teal and Pink combination in this suit is complementing me. The extra designer work and embellishments make them work perfect attire for Eid, even parties and wedding ceremonies.

This brand’s aesthetic combines the clean and simplistic lines of today’s trends with a touch of modesty. Indulge in chiffon and simple lace work. The subtle nuances and touches of traditional Mogul era clothing will have you head turning in any festival.

I got those designer matching heels online and kept my accessories quite basic. Matching bangles and kashmiri earrings are common for Muslim look. Loose curls and makeup with some shimmer on eyes with a wing, prefect contouring and bold lips.

Hope you all love my EID AL-FITR look and wishing you all Eid Mubarak.

(Note: This June months both main article for brands and non brands will be not published due to Ramadan.)


Article written and model – Jannat Sorathia (founder of THE SEASON STYLE)
Tag on Instagram and follow – @jannatsorathia #theseasonstyle
Photographer – @thecapturoholic
Anarkali suit – DB Fashion
Shoe – Amazon