You love to wear bright bold prints, but your bestie rolls her eyes and locks her gaze on an ethereal embellished one, all the while muttering, “Quit trying to look like a neon sign.” You can’t help it and neither can she. What do you do? You learn to celebrate your differences. So when a retail giant like Gul Ahmed comes up with their Eid collection which appeals to various taste buds, you can’t help but applaud their effort.
Here are a wide range of prints that are perfect for all kinds of women out there:
For the girly girl
Gul Ahmed’s latest collection has a plethora of pastel shades with dainty prints. The embroidery makes it look all the more awesome, for example, this peach number here is perfect for your tambola nights.
Embroidery, solid colors, and flowing chiffon dupattas, is what these ladies want in their wardrobes. Wearing a simple printed lawn suit isn’t their cup of tea, they love a hint of embellishment to make a statement.
Here is our most favourite one (the one we plan to buy right now). The pale blue suit has the most appealing embroidery we’ve ever seen on a lawn jora.
For those who like to bring on the drama
This ivory number can be worn to formal dinners and brunches. Take out your pearl earrings and statement sunnies once you get your hands on this one.
And this black one is a wardrobe essential. Remember to pair it with ruffled pants and a glitzy sling.
For those who like to keep it fun
For all of you who don’t like taking life too seriously, this bold pattern with neon accents is pretty perfect.
For those who don’t love print
Yes, there are a number of us who like to keep it simple. If you belong to this clan, then this white jora with printed pants is the perfect choice for you.
And so is this mustard one with teensy motifs around the neckline.
For those who live for colour
Eid calls for something festive. It’s time to bring out the oranges and pinks! These bright patterned beauties are sure to turn heads.
This coral dress is our personal favourite. Guys, you can even wear it to your bestie’s dholki! Just put on a pair of jhumkas.
This post was produced in partnership with Gul Ahmed.