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The Best Outfits to Wear on Eid

Eid al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting. It’s believed that Prophet Muhammad got the first divine disclosure of the Holy Quran in this month. As a festival, it is celebrated with great enthusiasm all throughout the world. People perform Eid prayers, decorate their house, and offer sweets. It’s also an occasion when all the family members and relatives gather together for a special dinner. Thus, amid this magnificent celebration and wonderful gathering, who doesn’t love to dress up well?

So here we are with the unique and stylish outfit ideas for men this Eid.

Nehru Jacket with Green Kurta Set 

Also known as Bundi, a Nehru Jacket with Kurta set is a versatile outfit that can be worn on different occasions. It is an outfit that gives a sophisticated elegance to the overall personality of the men. Try a cream printed silk Nehru Jacket with a green colour Kurta set. Since the green colour has a traditional association with Islam, it is apt for wearing on an occasion like Eid.

Black Bandhgala Suit 

A formal touch with a spark of royalty is what’s synonymous to a black colour Bandhgala suit. As a timelessly classic suit that epitomizes royalty and richness, Bandhgala never fails to make a head-turning statement. If you are attending a regal Eid gathering or dinner, this suit is ideal to wear. 

Blue Linen Jacquard Waist Coat Set 

Some people consider waistcoat as an outfit only for the party. Well that isn’t true. Waistcoat looks amazing on almost all festival and occasions. Just like a Kurta Paijama and Nehru Jacket, it’s a versatile item in your wardrobe. Personally, I am a fan of this outfit, because it makes you look no less elegant despite being simple and sober.

Blended copper Indo Western/Achkan

Quite similar to a sherwani, an Achkan is among the best options for those who wish to wear indo-western on Eid other than the commonly worn Kurta-Jeans. This outfit is influenced by the Indo Persian Chapkan and Chogha with the British frock. It can be paired both with Paijama or Jeans.

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