Outfit Ideas For Stunning Iftar Party Looks

Iftar look

One should never compromise on style. With Ramadan comes the pile of invitations for Iftar parties. You’ll get invitations from your relatives and friends for iftar parties and simultaneously you’ll also host a few iftar parties as well. Confused about what to wear at the Iftaar party. We’ve got you all covered.

 

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Here are some of Sunday’s picks to make your next Iftar party memorable.

White Never Gets Old

White is an evergreen color. Considering the month of Ramadan white outfits are a perfect choice for Iftar parties. Light colors look stunning at Iftar parties. A simple traditionally stitched shalwar kameez looks chic and cool but you can also wear a lawn gharara with an elegant white long shirt, or wear a semi-formal white organza Trouser and long Shirt to stand out at the gathering. Adorning it with a colorful dupatta is always a good option.

 

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We cannot stop drooling over this simple yet beautiful Peshwaz. Keep it simple by wearing it with a colorful khussa and beachy waves for a trendy look.

 

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An all-white outfit is a must-have!

 

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Pastel Hues

Pastel colors are our absolute favorite. Pastel hues legit go with all the accessories and makeup looks. Organza and lawn outfits in pastel colors are a winner this season. Pastels give a summery look and add elegance to your overall look.

 

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To have a contemporary look pair your pastel outfit with trendy heels and jewelry pieces.

Ice blue simple organza shirt with embellished neckline paired with crushed plazo looks absolutely stunning and is a great choice for your Iftar evenings.

 

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Shades of ice blue put together with tasteful laces in this cotton Kurta are just beautiful. The sparkly blossoming floral embroideries and embroidered buttons add life to this cool canvas. Paired with white tulip pants, this Kurta is all you need this season.

Black Is Forever!

Black is hands down everyone’s ultimate favorite color. This notion cannot be contested. Black color is made for everyone. You can style it in so many different ways. Either rock a chikan Kurta for a casual look or wear it with style for a semi-formal look.

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Wear black outfits with studded jewelry and a minimal makeup look is the key. Printed floral Peshwaz paired with Khaddi silk crushed dupatta embellished with gota is the perfect ensemble for Iftar gatherings.

Black Kaftan looks so regal and elevates your look. Sometimes it gets boring wearing regular outfits and you feel like adding style and wearing a different cut. Well, you don’t need to scroll through websites. We are in love with this Black Kaftan.

 

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Floral Prints

With the temperature soaring up the embellished formal Iftar outfits are being replaced with loose cotton, lawn fabrics. And for those who want a funky look, a printed floral outfit is just perfect. It adds a vibrant element to your personality.

 

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These few style inspirations are going to be a game-changer for your regular wardrobe. Flaunt your trendy outfits with style at your next Iftar party!

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