Last Minute Tips That Will Add Glam To Your Eid Outfit
No matter how much we try to get everything sorted for Eid days before it, we find ourselves looking into the mirror and thinking something is amiss.
We have all been there, wishing that we were richer to afford that mehnga jora from that designer studio. #FirstWorldProblems
However, what if we told you that you can look like a fashionista without even having to step out of your house? Yes, you read that right.
Here are five last minute tips that will make you look glamorous without even having to pay for it.
Go All Out
We live in times where nothing is too much and that only works in our favor.
So, if you feel like that your Eid ka jora is too simple, add big jhumkas or a choker necklace to it and look like the ethnic beauty that you are.
Belt It Up
From saris to shalwar kameez and kurtas, everything looks sophisticated and classy if you just add a belt on your waist.
All you have to do is, wear the dupatta on one side and put it in place with a belt. Add a pair of heels to the mix and catwalk to that dawat in style.
Lose That Baggage
More often than not, we prefer carrying a crossbody bag on special occasions than handbags. While they are smaller to carry, there is no denying the fact that we get tired of having to carry them around on our shoulders.
But it’s time to lose that baggage.
This year, wear your crossbody bag around your waist like a fanny pack. If you have a strap bag then put the bag around your waist and adjust it accordingly. In case, you have a chain crossbody bag, then put it around your waist and tie a knot. It’s that simple.
Bring Back the 90s
Remember how our moms used to add hair clips on hair clips on our little heads before sending us off to school? Well, it’s time to that ourselves now.
No. Don’t add them all like your mom did. Just pick out the pretty barrettes that go with your outfit and wear it on your hair.
Whether you plan to straighten them and leave them open, or tie them up in a bun, barrettes will help add the 90s glam everyone romanticizes about.
Do a Full-face
Think your outfit is too simple for Eid? Direct the attention on your face.
Do a full-face make-up and a perfect red pout. And pose with a smile.