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Eid extravaganza

  • Published at 02:26 pm May 29th, 2019
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Style to follow on this Eid!

As an ambivert, Troyee Chowdhury has always found joy in expressing herself through clothes. “As a child, I still remember my eyes being fixated on fabrics of bold colours and the vibrancy of exotic prints, as I walked down the streets filled with bustling markets with my mother by my side. Indeed, since childhood I’ve always been an avid fashion enthusiast ready to integrate my own personal style into the latest trends,” says Troyee. Read on to learn about how she breaks down her looks for Eid.

Normally, I love a good traditional saree but since I'm trying to change things up, this fusion saree is the perfect red attire. It creates the illusion of the saree through the gorgeous sheer floral draping but instead you can wear it with the regular blouse you'd normally wear and a cigarette pant. Not to mention, it creates the perfect fusion of modern yet traditional. With this outfit, going heavy with jewellery is ideal as it jazzes up the outfit further. Shades are optional, but why not incorporate a bit of sass as well?

Outfit:  Groove , Photography: Nasir Hossain

Now for my pastel lovers, here comes the sky blue draped gown. What sold me on this gorgeous gown, is with Aladdin coming out, it totally radiated Princess Jasmine vibes to me. The gown's moderate long trail and and the draping along with the singular one-sided cape, creates this Persian feel. I kept the makeup more neutral with this outfit and just added a simple pair of bejewelled earrings, keeping the focus on the outfit.

Outfits: Samrin Hassan , Photography : Akifur Rahman

If you want to be dramatic and all out the over-dressed one this Eid, this lehenga screams that exact excitement you're chasing. A deep maroon lehenga infused with intricate ornate detailing in addition to a simple brown blouse. I wanted a touch of dark colour with an outfit, as a larger number of people prefer darker tones. You can choose to wear simpler accessories however, I decided to go heavier accessory wise which I felt personally complemented the lehenga itself.

Outfit: Dolly's Boutique, Photography : Dada's Photo Garage