Ramadan is round the corner and it’s going to be a scorcher, falling in May and June as it does year. We’ve already had some incredibly hot weather this year and who wants to be trawling through stifling markets looking for Eid outfits when they’re fasting? Enter Gul Ahmed, one of our favourite brands, with a Jewelled Festive Eid collection that is as beautiful as it is convenient.
Gul Ahmed Jewelled Festive Eid Collection
Gul Ahmed knows that we Pakistanis like to go all out on Eid and they’ve put together a collection that’s regal and festive. The collection uses a range of formal fabrics including cotton net, silk chiffon, blended chiffon, silk and jacquard in a gorgeous range of hues.
The Gul Ahmed Jewelled Festive Eid Collection is unmistakably opulent, embellished with delicate embroidery and sparkling diamantes. Choosesoft sheer organza with exquisite beadwork offset with intricate laces or lustrous silks or the glitter of crystals, styling your outfits with trendy tassels and pretty details. Each outfit has all you need for an Eid outfit that everyone will remember.
The collection is sold unstitched which enables you to get the perfect fit for your Eid outfit and add some personal style to your outfit to make it truly unique. The shoot is full of stylish inspiration with trendy bootcut pants, elegant straight shorts and cigarette pants embellished with laces and tassels. In terms of length, designers have begun experimenting with super long kurtas but if you still love shorter lengths, go for it because this season anything goes as far as hemlines are concerned.
The collection launched this week online and in store so you pick up your favourite designs now – and don’t forget to beat the Ramadan rush at your tailor by getting those outfits to him as soon as possible!
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