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Pakistani Gharara Sharara Lehenga for Eid Festival

Thursday, June 30, 2016 10:10:29 AM Asia/Calcutta

Eid is also known as the day of joy. It is a festival when everyone from women to the children, all needs a perfect dress for the celebrations. Especially for women, Eid is the time to dress up in fancy clothes, wear statement jewelry, colorful bangles and fashionable footwear.

For Eid in this season, pick out an outfit which is not only traditional but also trendy such as Lehenga Choli, Front open Frock with Pencil Trousers, Gown with Palazzo, Kurta with Gharara; which are designed keeping in mind the tradition but also the latest trends.

Sharara, Lehenga, Ghagra

We have seen many celebrities wearing Gharara and Sharara in various Bollywood movies like Pakeeza, Umrao Jaan etc. Recently we have seen Pernia Qureshi wearing Sharara for movie promotion Jaanisaar. And there are many Indian fashion designers designed and included Sharara and Gharara outfits for their bridal or couture design range. Gharara and Sharara are two outfits having their roots in Muslim culture, and they will be in fashion forever.

Gharara is a popular trend dating back to the Mughal times. A Gharara or a Sharara can be traditionally describes as a pair of loose, wide-legged, pleated pants usually worn with a kurta along with a dupatta. However, over the years, it has taken new forms today. The beauty of this outfit is that it looks good on any type of body structure.

Gharara Lehenga Choli is one of the latest trends at the moment. Gharara comes in a wide variety of designs and can we worn in multiple ways. It can either be worn with a crop top or a short blouse; knee length kurta or even a long one. This traditional outfit is now available with a contemporary touch.

Gharara or a Sharara can be paired with short kurtas or even heavily embroidered shararas can be paired with crop top jackets, for a heavy look. For a lighter look, a sharara can be paired with a modern lace kurta or jacket.

We hope you have fun twirling and swirling in your pretty shararas this festive season ladies! For Eid Special Designs and Collection, browse through entire collection on http://www.yourdesignerwear.com

Posted in Islamic Wear Lehenga By Dhruv Mehta

5 Things to Do Before Eid Festival

Sunday, July 17, 2016 3:15:55 PM Asia/Calcutta

With the holy month of Ramadan, all of us are looking for ways to make sure that this will be the year that we change. Keeping this in mind, here are 5 ways you can prepare yourself for this festival. Today's article (this one) is a little off topic as you are on a popular ethnicwear fashion portal and planning your Eid outfit but we want to share some ideas for coming Eid. These are not so general ways to celebrate Eid but before that during the month of Ramadan, you can work on yourself while making some extra efforts. We ensure the best time when you follow these ideas.

1) Have the Right Intention
Have the right intention in your mind, that this year will be the time of great spiritual effort. To make sure that this intention turns into reality, make a checklist of your daily goals for Ramadan and a separate checklist for the whole month.

2) Increase Quran Recitation
Many of us aim to complete reading the Quran at least once during Ramadan. In case you don’t have the habit of reading the Quran daily, try and incorporate it into your daily routine. This will help you to be able to read longer sections of the holy book.

3) Perform Extra Prayers
Start to pray voluntary prayers to prepare yourself for the extra prayers that take place during this holy month. If you have missed obligatory prayers in the past, this is a great opportunity to make up for all of them.

4) Organize your life to minimize waste and overconsumption
One of the major concerns about how people practice Ramadan nowadays is the high level of overconsumption and the wastage that takes place during this holy month.

5) Getting Ready for Eid Celebration
The last few days of Ramadan are a chaos for everyone preparing for Eid. It is a major festival of the Muslim community and is celebrated in full glory. However, none of us want to waste the last few days of Ramadan running around preparing for Eid. So, do all the things in advance, pick out your outfits, buy all the presents to be given to the relatives, plan the party and decorations in advance. This way you will have the last few days of Ramadan to focus on the goals you had set for yourself.

We hope these tips come in handy.

Posted in Islamic Wear By Dhruv Mehta

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