12 Best Eid Outfit Ideas For NewlywedsIdeas and Inspiration Gayatri Guha
Eid being around the corner, there is a mood of celebration, and why not, it is one of the favorite festivals that are celebrated with full zeal and happiness amongst the Muslim community. It is a festival that celebrates the spiritual celebration of Allah’s provision of strength and endurance. In literal terms “Eid” means festival or feast in Arabic, and in reality, after a long period of following the rules of Ramadan, a big feast is organized where all family and friends come under one roof to have a gala time together.
Apart from the food, another thing is people dressing up in their best outfits.
It is like a new beginning, and for a newlywed, her first eid after marriage is very special as it is the first time she is going to celebrate it with her partner and in-laws. You need to look your best, and if you are confused about what to wear to your first eid, we are here to help you out with a few options that will be perfect for the celebration.
1. Long Kurti with Churidaar
Go for this stunning off-white or ivory raw silk long kurti with churidaar and pair it with the detailed organza dupatta if you want to wear something comfortable yet traditionally gorgeous that will set you apart from the rest. To complete your look, wear beautiful heavy chaandbalis or small jhumkas to go with it and with the mehndi clad hand and bangles, you will turn some heads.
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2. Anarkali in Chanderi Silk
Anarkali in soft colors like this peach shade Anarkali in chanderi silk is another option that will look stunning and will be easy for you to carry the whole day. Tie a mid-high ponytail or a messy side braid and pair the outfit with small gold jhumkas to complete the look.
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3. Cotton Sharara Suit
A printed cotton sharara set is another option that will be comfortable yet elegant and traditionally perfect for the Eid celebration. Wear some silver jewelry like earrings and bangles to complete the look with half-tied hair or just let it stay open.
4. A Plain Long Kurti with ruffled Sleeves
As a new bride, it is not necessary to wear a heavy or detailed outfit. Choose a solid-colored long kurti with ruffled sleeves and a beautiful printed dupatta to add the x-factor to the whole look. We can already imagine the gasps and compliments you will earn on the eve of Eid.
5. Sleeveless Short Anarkali Kurti with Gharara
This aqua blue color with a stunning handpainted dupatta is an outfit worth all the praise. The highlight of this outfit is the color of the dupatta which is in the lighter version of the blue color. Pair the whole look with some heavy oxidized jewelry and add some flowers to your hairstyle to complete the look. Even a contrasting piece of jewelry like pink or yellow will also work wonders.
6. Anarkali Suit with a Heavy Dupatta
Blue is one of the most soothing colors and choosing this elegant sky-blue Anarkali suit as a newly married will set a vibe for you. The highlight and the shining star of this whole outfit is the beautiful net dupatta with embroidery work so subtle yet so unique. Pair the whole outfit with some pearl jewelry and if you want to go a little extra, add a pasha or a mathapatti to complete the look.
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7. Long Kurti with Trousers & Contrasting Dupatta
It is very common as a newly married that you might want to go for bright colors, so go for this pretty deep pink long kurti with trousers and a contrasting orange dupatta to go with the ensemble. The whole look would look great with a sleek floral bun and a pair of heavy earrings and a golden pair of mojris.
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8. A Pretty Sharara Set with Detailed Kurti
Take inspiration from Deepika Padukone’s dark green sharara suit with intricate gold work that she wore for movie promotions. This is a perfect outfit for a newlywed bride who is celebrating her first eid with her in-laws.
9. Sharara Set with a Long Kurti
Black is a common color worn at this festival, but as a newlywed, a pop of color in the ensemble will set you apart from the rest. Check out this gorgeous sharara set in black with embroidery work and a maroon dupatta with embroidery work. What attracts us to this outfit and presents it to you as one of the options is the intricate work and the addition of blue work. With this outfit go for a half pony with flowers or tie a low messy bun with flowers and heavy chandbaalis will add charm.
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10. Peplum Kurti with Sharara or Palazzo Pants
If you want to ditch the idea of taking a dupatta, as comfort is something that you look at first, then choose a medium-heavy work peplum kurti with plain colored sharara or palazzo pants. Peplums are in trend and a solid color embroidered or sequined worked peplum with sharara or palazzo will add charm to your beauty. Complete the whole look with heavy earrings and some rings or go for Kundan hathphool. It will make you steal the spotlight of the celebration.
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11. Long Kurtis with Skirt or Sharara
Another beautiful outfit for a celebration like eid for a newlywed is to take an off-white or black sharara with golden motifs on it and pair it with a darker shade short kurti with intricate work and in contrast take a different color dupatta. For example, if you have chosen a deep blue color, then go for a yellow netted dupatta or pink would also look stunning. Be a little experimentative and play around with your existing outfit options. You can even take your bridal dupatta and wear a tone-down Kurti churidar or sharara or Anarkali to go with the heavy dupatta.
12. Ivory Lehengas
You may have a lot of outfit options from your trousseau, and it only makes sense to mix and match and re-style your outfits.
Off-white or ivory lehengas are in trend nowadays, and to add a pop of color, go for a bright pink or yellow with the lehenga and pair it with the same color dupatta or a contrasting shade if you have. You will look gorgeous and choose statement earrings to add ethnicity to the whole look, pin one rose or one trail of baby breaths to your hair bun or braid and you are good to go.
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There are no rules and regulations on how one shall dress up for a celebration, but as a newlywed, it becomes an obvious reason for you to worry about. While scrolling through the options you will definitely find something interesting to get Eid ready!
Edited By: Neha Garg Ahuja