Eid Mubarak

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Festivals are my favourite! We celebrate each and every festival with equal enthusiasm and joy. Dressing up for the day and spending it with family is the part we love the most. Festive season has started in India and we are very excited for it. A lot of styling post for the festive season will be coming your way. Be ready to learn some new ways to style a typical indian attire with some sass.

We keep on thinking about our style and always strive to evolve it. Because fashion is something that is not constant and in todays time everything becomes outdated really very soon. We are living in a world of fast fashion. So we try to bring something new everytime.

Eid was really fun for us this time. We tried a style that we have never worn before and explored Humayun’s Tomb. What a great combination it was! Indo-western outfit and Islamic architecture blended really well. We succeded in capturing some beautiful photos.

Lets get to the styling part now. Styling Indian garments differently is what we love the most. Everytime we wear ethnic, we try to bring some variation in it. Which makes a normal traditional garment fascinating. So, this time I wore a short printed kurti with salwar and since I stole it from my mom’s wardrobe, I had to fold it to fit my height (My mom is way taller than me!). I loved how interesting it looked and paired leather cutout shoes with it. And for jewellery, I added some silver to it and badass sunglasses. Everything looked out-of-the-box and quite amazing. I loved how this ensemble gave me an Indian-boho-grunge feel, I enjoyed wearing it.

Avi tried a pretty intriguing look himself. We teamed his printed Tank T-Shirt with casual relaxed pants, paired with leather sandals and lots of beads. Print on his t-shirt jelled well with the theme and the architecture of the Humayun’s Tomb. Nothing in his ensemble was ethnic but somehow it worked out pretty well. It was easy to wear and even more comfortable to carry it whole day on a summer day.

So, this is how we styled ourself on festival of Eid. Do tell us what you feel about it and Eid Mubarak everyone!

 

On Me : Kilol Kurti, Custom made Salwar ( Mom’s Closet), Forever21 Shoes and Sunglasses,Thrifted Silver Necklace (Jaisalmer), H&M Ring, Thrifted Earring (Paharganj).

On Avi : H&M T-Shirt, Thrifted Pants (Janpath), Koovs Sandals, Forever21 Sunglasses, Thrifted Beads Jewellery (Janpath).

 

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