Women like their shoes as much as they love chocolate! Whether it is some friends’ gathering, a formal dinner, university farewell party or festivals like Eid, the first thought that comes to a girl’s mind is, ‘Which shoes I will wear with this dress?’ and from there her journey starts in finding the answer to this little question! So Eid-ul-Fitr is coming and most of the girls are in search of latest trends in shoes and when it comes to shoes, everything from glittering gladiators to delicate flats to sexy heels is ‘in’ it all depends on how you carry them with your dress and personal style.
Since Eid is a traditional occasion, denim and western outfits just don’t fit perfectly. So it’s definitely the time to celebrate the beauty of our culture and festivals with eastern attires. And when chori pajamas and trousers play the game, delicate sandals and heels become the first option to consider. With mesmerizing lawn prints or fancy chiffon, a dazzling pair of low-heeled sandals with stone embellishments would definitely steal the show. Withchoridar and frock you can adorn your beautiful feet with delicate flat sandals or glittery gladiators for that touch of feminine lure or if you are pairing your choridar with modern-cut kurta, complete the look with stunning high heel sandal.
However, it is always best to wear flat sandals at day time with a simple makeup, however, if you have some night function to attend in your family or friends, don’t forget to compliment your dress with sexy high heel and dramatic eye makeup to achieve that night queen look.
In addition to that, we cannot ignore the timeless charm of Kaula Puri and Khussa that looks so dainty with frilling frocks and choridars, if you are a long heighted woman, then flaunt your feminine beauty with the softness of these traditional gifts, perfectly accessorized with the lure of traditional bangles and mehendi.
Grab the shoe you like the best this Eid with the sweetness of being quintessential Eastern. With delicate sandals perking up your attire and your bangles dangling beside the rippling lure of your dupatta, you are ready to celebrate your culture, religion and your feminine individuality on this Eid with style!