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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by Flawed View Post
    My eid outfit looks similar to this sharara outfit. The embroidery is gold and the dupatta is less decorated and my sharara pants are embroidered though. But yeh im wearing that indoors with my hair done and makeup on lol!

    Let me know what you guys think.
    Looks alright

    You forgot to mention if you're wearing heals indoors



    I have curly hair wand and haven't used it yet, I had the Lee stafford coocunut wand but I left it somewhere

    Takes forever and I don't how women have the patience

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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by MyUsernameIs... View Post

    I am extremely lazy when it comes to making an effort and just can't make the time but I do like an excuse to look a little pretty for a change

    But buying asian outfits is a waste for me too ...don't have much cooking to do (4 member family lol) and we don't have guests over ...but I never ever wear them again.
    And you're right, the designs & trends these days are downright ugly and go out of fashion so quick so you can't even wear them a year later

    Funny you mention that ...I plan to purchase a cake this time for Eid, loads of self-entrepreneurs selling desserts on Eid.

    Meh forget the outfits, lets have some cake
    The cake is on ma mind
    I think the pastel trend is still going and those colours make me look like DADI GEE.
    also these dresses look terrible one size up, you have to wear it fit fat as they say for it too look decent

    ​​​​​​It's a waste of my money, time, effort and not to forget my self esteem, lmso
    Depressing to find something that actually looks good one me

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  • Flawed
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    My eid outfit looks similar to this sharara outfit. The embroidery is gold and the dupatta is less decorated and my sharara pants are embroidered though. But yeh im wearing that indoors with my hair done and makeup on lol!

    Let me know what you guys think.
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  • MyUsernameIs...
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    Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post

    Same
    ​​​​​​I don't bother, did once after marriage because I had to but otherwise I don't

    waste of money and desi clothes is extremely expensive, not to mention stupid with see through sleeves and above ankle man trousers

    Besides us women are in the kitchen either cooking or being the kitchen porter (I will be the latter), who wants to ruin a dress only to end up smelling like an onion

    By the time the food is served and everything, you just want to relax with a cuppa not bother with faffing around getting ready towards the end of the day for nothing

    Getting a cake sounds better though

    I am extremely lazy when it comes to making an effort and just can't make the time but I do like an excuse to look a little pretty for a change

    But buying asian outfits is a waste for me too ...don't have much cooking to do (4 member family lol) and we don't have guests over ...but I never ever wear them again.
    And you're right, the designs & trends these days are downright ugly and go out of fashion so quick so you can't even wear them a year later

    Funny you mention that ...I plan to purchase a cake this time for Eid, loads of self-entrepreneurs selling desserts on Eid.

    Meh forget the outfits, lets have some cake

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  • MyUsernameIs...
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    Originally posted by Flawed View Post

    Sometimes you can just wear a plain suit and dress it up with makeup and cheap jewellery lol.
    Lol I useto do that a lot ....then I grew old and lazy

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  • Ya'sin
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    Originally posted by MyUsernameIs... View Post

    Find it unnecessary to buy new outfits every Eid.

    Besides I hate cold weather ....cba to dress up
    Same
    ​​​​​​I don't bother, did once after marriage because I had to but otherwise I don't

    waste of money and desi clothes is extremely expensive, not to mention stupid with see through sleeves and above ankle man trousers

    Besides us women are in the kitchen either cooking or being the kitchen porter (I will be the latter), who wants to ruin a dress only to end up smelling like an onion

    By the time the food is served and everything, you just want to relax with a cuppa not bother with faffing around getting ready towards the end of the day for nothing

    Getting a cake sounds better though


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  • Flawed
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    Originally posted by MyUsernameIs... View Post

    Find it unnecessary to buy new outfits every Eid.

    Besides I hate cold weather ....cba to dress up
    Sometimes you can just wear a plain suit and dress it up with makeup and cheap jewellery lol.

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  • MyUsernameIs...
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    Originally posted by Indefinable View Post

    I actually can't be bothered lol.
    Find it unnecessary to buy new outfits every Eid.

    Besides I hate cold weather ....cba to dress up

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  • Flawed
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    Originally posted by Indefinable View Post

    What if they turn out to be serial killers or worse - men! 😕
    Yeh true but i doubt that lol will have to see...lol

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  • Indefinable
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    Originally posted by MyUsernameIs... View Post

    I haven't bought a new outfit for Eid in a few years now.
    You're right ...the women would get a lot more jazzed up back in the days
    I actually can't be bothered lol.

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  • Indefinable
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    Originally posted by Flawed View Post
    The sisters on here? Lol

    after Ramadan though
    What if they turn out to be serial killers or worse - men! 😕

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  • MyUsernameIs...
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    Originally posted by ten_toes View Post
    Do people still buy eid clothes?

    I know with bengali ppl I used to see them really jazz it up with sarees and kameezes, so much jewelry and bangles when I was growing up but now I don't see anyone dressed up on eid. I miss the sight actually.
    I haven't bought a new outfit for Eid in a few years now.
    You're right ...the women would get a lot more jazzed up back in the days

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  • ten_toes
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    Do people still buy eid clothes?

    I know with bengali ppl I used to see them really jazz it up with sarees and kameezes, so much jewelry and bangles when I was growing up but now I don't see anyone dressed up on eid. I miss the sight actually.

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  • aelmo
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    Well good news and bad news. Yesterday I found pants that were long enough for me 😳 it’s a miracle!!!

    bad news is I’m in between sizes again 🤦‍♀️

    I hate that. Now all my shopping has to be a guessing game.

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  • Flawed
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    The sisters on here? Lol

    after Ramadan though

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