How to pick outfits this Eid, courtesy of your favourite celebrities and fashion influencers.

From embroidered sharara sets to standout Angrakhas, here are all the silhouettes, embroideries, and weaves you’ll love this season.

It feels like only yesterday that we were seeing the crescent moon for Ramadan this year. Doesn’t it? But that’s the catch with this holy month, when summer days swiftly start merging into one another and it's already time to begin scouting for Eid outfits. While shopping is a sport we love the most, finding a great outfit isn’t as simple as one might think. There are umpteen things to consider before you can finally narrow down to a handful of favourites. There are questions, so we ponder: Is this colour similar to the one I wore last Eid? Is the embroidery too much? Are shararas still in trend this year? To help you forecast the best trends, silhouettes, fabrics, and colours, we took a little help from our best-dressed celebrity list. From classic Angrakhas approved by Saina Nehwal to Asha Negi's breezy kurta set, we have everything to help you make a statement this Eid. The styling process gets easier with WeaverStory’s range of potli bags and jewellery so you can focus on the better things, such as indulging in endless bowls of sheer korma and plates of shami kebab.

If you wish to shine as brightly as the “Eid ka chand," then consider this guide your ‘Eidi’ from WeaverStory.

Saina Nehwal in a timeless Angrakha


The mood of celebration comes through with all the shine and glitter. And our collection, Mastani, has churned out some of the most exquisitely hand-embroidered pieces with a fresh foil of glamour, standing the test of time. For Saina Nehwal who adorned the Handloom Rust Orange Angrakha Set from the collection, the look was all about simplicity and grace. She chose a timeless silhouette to reignite our love for classic Angrakhas. 

You might let Saina be your inspiration this Eid but don’t restrict yourself to a single colour, embroidery, or detail. You can always style this classic silhouette to suit your fancy. Indulge in some statement jewellery and powerful accessories to transform not only your outfit but also the way you feel.

In the past, Angrakhas were exclusively crafted from pure fabrics like brocade, silk, velvet, or jamdani. They were either plain or intricately embellished with embroidery. With this tradition in mind, WeaverStory’s range of Angrakhas also comes in pure organza and is adorned with gota work and appliqué. Take your pick from our Mahjabeen Handloom Organza Angrakha With Pants and Dupatta to our Nayaab Handloom Off White Cotton Tissue Angrakha Set

Dhanya Ramkumar in a flowing Sharara set


There are many boxes an outfit should check before you know it's the one for you. For the last few years, Eid has been falling in the summer months, almost begging us to choose outfits breezy enough to beat the heat and prioritise comfort. A short kurta and gharara set are definitely a mainstay in your festive wardrobe since they never go out of style. The South-Indian actor became a celestial vision in our  Lavender Handloom Chanderi Peplum Top With Gharara. Crafted in pure Chanderi, the ultra-feminine staple comes emblazoned with silver motifs and a striking pair of gharara and organza dupatta to complete the look.

For reference, take a look at our collection of pure silks and lush organza silk ghararas that are topped with exquisite embroideres and dipped in summer colours like baby pink, yellow, and off-white —perfect for an Eid garden party or an early brunch.

Asha Negi in a soft Chanderi Kurta Set


While Angrakhas and Sharara sets lead the way when it comes to dressing up for family feasts and grand Eid parties, there are some ways to style a simple, lightweight kurta set when dialling up on the bling and glamour. We suggest you steal a page out of Asha Negi’s book if you like your Eid outfits to be casual yet chic. The actor effortlessly styled a pink handloom Chanderi kurta set from WeaverStory with some silver jewellery and a playful pair of jootis to complete the look, giving us some pointers on how to style elevated classics this festive season.

Our picks? Choose from this White Organza Suit Set, this bright Burnt Orange Straight Kurta Set, or this stunner of an embroidered Sea Blue Cotton Tissue set

Pralambika Nagar in a glistening Anarkali Set


If you have a penchant for simplicity, our advice is to not feel compelled to stick to conventional styles; instead, look for standout pieces that reflect your personality. Like Pralambika Nagar, strive to make a subtle style statement without being too loud. You can consider a pure silk tissue organza anarkali set and elevate it further with dazzling polki jewellery and a potli bag. WeaverStory’s Handcrafted Brown Tissue Silk Anarkali Kurta Set that Pralambika has worn, comes with a plunging neckline and a choli-cut torso to help you play that décolletage in style.

Explore similar styles from our collection Kashi-Ka

Still confused about what to buy for Eid? Check out our Eid Edit on the website for a thoughtful curation of suit sets that will help you streamline your top favourites.


Author- Haiqa Siddiqui