Dolce Gabbana slip dress / Christian Louboutin pumps / Christian dior purse / Larsson Jennings jewelry / Chanel earrings / Malene Birger hinged bracelet / Fendi glasses / Tom ford lipstick / Tom Ford fragrance / Christian Louboutin nail polish
Ramadan is the one month period in which all Muslims are suppose to fast (not eat or drink) from sunrise to sunset. Eid Al-Fitr marks the end of this holy month and you celebrate with special prayers, feasts and gifts (usually money *insert bbhmm song here”).Because of these celebrations, people go really all out on the outfits. It is basically Christmas for Muslims, and that is clearly expressed with the colors, patterns, and extra accessories. However I still love it because I can play dress up with an excuse. On Eid I usually like wearing lots of gold because…well just because. There are lots of celebrations during this time and even if you aren’t Muslim you might have been invited to a dinner party by a Muslim friend so here are a few looks I put together if anyone is in need of outfits to celebrate. .
Here are just a few more accessories you can add to any plain simple outfit in order to spice it up a bit and make it more festive. You will be surprised on how much accessories can update an outfit if worn properly.
Ps. Using necklaces as head jewellery is very welcomed!