Skirt – Mr Price | Jacket – ZARA (overseas) | Flats – Legit | Sunglasses – DKNY @ Sunglass Hut| Clutch – Blackcherry Bags | Rings – Dansk Smykkenkunst Denmark | Bracelet – Vintage | Bangles – Legit | Necklace – Legit
As you probably know, the holy month of Ramadaan ended on Sunday evening and we celebrated with the festival of Eid. It is a day filled with decadent food, family and lots of prayer and reflection. We also spare a thought and prayer to those who are less fortunate. For the day, we get new clothes (and pyjamas for the night before when you’re younger) and most of us girls take the opportunity to dress to the nines.
I originally had a lovely dress from YDE to wear on the day but the zip broke on Eid morning! I was really disheartened but a nice lady from YDE (Lynne) said they will take back the dress and either repair or replace it. I will keep you updated on how all of that goes.
I had to quickly improvise so I decided to add some brightness to my glum mood with this orange skirt. The jacket, clutch and jewellery were part of my original outfit plan so I made sure I could still wear them. My Mom chose the jacket on a recent trip overseas. I added some M.A.C ROXO lipstick to finish the look… I am totally obsessed with this colour!
Although it wasn’t the first choice outfit, I am quite glad with how it all came together. It was a lovely Eid but now I can barely move from all the food I ate!
Hope you had a wonderful Eid if you celebrated and a lovely week ahead!
Until next time
“Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light”– Albus Dumbledore
Love and sparkles