Eid-UL-Adha Women’s Dresses 2018



We are close to celebrate our religious occasion of Eid-ul-Adha. Eid ul Adha – the Festival of the Sacrifice – which falls on the 10th day of the month of Dhul Hijjah, the 12th and final month of the Islamic calendar. Muslim men, women and children are also expected to dress in their best clothes for the occasion. On Eid, women especially like to adopt a very different style in clothing. They like to look unique and graceful. Pakistani Eid dresses express the beautiful culture of Pakistan.

Pakistani dresses have their own uniqueness and style which expresses their creativity and love for fashion. The dresses are mostly inspired by Indo-Pak culture and are a mixture of the culture with religion. Some dresses are a blend of eastern and western styles. Fashion trends change from time to time as different decades have their own styles and trends. Pakistani trends in dresses have reached their boom in the last two decades with private media flourishing and new fashion icons entering the industry. There are a plethora of fashion designers in the Pakistani fashion industry.

With the ever-increasing rise in the fashion trends, you will often find yourself in the Pakistan fashion market observing a mixture of western and eastern culture which created flaunting and glitzy designs that are now loved throughout the world. The most amazing thing about the fashion industry of Pakistan is their acceptance of local designs and exploiting them into the international market.

Apart from traditional dresses, women love to wear simple, elegant, trendy and stylish outfits. Stylish shalwar kameez is most commonly worn in Pakistan. Cool Printed lawn suits, heavy embellished suits and plain suits are the the popular dresses worn in Pakistan.

Party dresses can easily be divided into two categories which are two piece and three piece dresses.


Two-Piece Dress:


Two piece dresses are most common in teenage girls. These dresses are a more western style and are suitable for Eid and parties. Women like to wear long kurtas, short kurtas, sleeveless shirts combined with tights, palazzo and patiala shalwar expresses an open style of the wearer. It gives a stylish, confident and modern look with the connection to the traditional dresses.

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Three-Piece Dress:

Three piece dresses in Pakistan are very famous. Women of all ages can wear them. These dresses are simple stylish and they create a look which is befitting to their personality. These dresses create simple, suitable and comfortable wearing clothes, which is hard to overlook and also they give an extra boost to the women’s style. Pakistani fashion markets are now the hub for unique cultural and modern dresses.

These Conventional, traditional and dresses are every women’s choice. These are fancy, stylish and elegant dresses which are the most commonly used dresses. Sequins, embellishment, gota kinari, stars and layers of work make them more glamourous, from heavy to very light they are the heart of every party, event and family gathering.

I hope you will all enjoy wearing these beautiful and glamorous dresses on Eid 2018.

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