True that the festivities of Eid have been tarnished. The recent calamity of flood has indeed left unwavering impact on everyone. So, this Eid, the flamboyant colors and dresses are not the hot choice.
We suggest that you opt in for subtle style statement while choosing men’s Eid wardrobe. Self printed material in cotton and synthetic fabric is definitely in vogue. The texture of the fabric must be appealing as well as comfortable to wear.
The Eid dresses for men can be derived from any midsummer collection of renowned designer labels. Khaadi, Gul Ahmed, Ammar Belal, Deepak Parvani, and Junaid Jamshed hold significant position as the top contenders.
Tailored cut of the contemporary Shalwar Kameez for men have evolved. Now the classic cut Kurta is a combo of casual funky shirt style with traditional kameez.
As for the color choice, I suggest that everyone should observe certain abstinence from the carefree celebrations. We must show our integrity to several millions who’ve been struck by natural disaster. So, somber shades of teal, pale greens, lilac, brown, blue and grey are in. Black is *evergreen*, so it retains its prime importance this year too!
Embroided classics. . . Hmmm. . . Seems like a completely feminine statement but the vintage or back to the basics look works well this Eid. The designs of the fabric and textures are kind of becoming unisexual. However, you can always go for a traditional white kurta in Delhi or Luckhnow style which will have you breezy and comfy all day!
The accessories are stripped to minimal, because the less is more this season! Shoes and sandals are indeed important to complement the dressing style, but it’s recommended that you don’t go overboard with the expenditure.
Keep your budget straight and stay within the parameters because it’s actually a GREY AREA between two seasons. The fall collection is approaching and the summer collection is clearing the shelves. So, it’s best if you create your own customized piece made *well in time*! Eid greetings to you all!
True that the festivities of Eid have been tarnished.