Eid al-Adha 2021 is an occasion to gorge on delicious food and spend time with family and friends. Though this year the celebrations are low-key due to the pandemic, the fashion brigade is doing its best to keep it festive and fabulous. Brightening the rainy day, actresses Huma Qureshi and Aamna Sharif are spreading a lot of festive cheer with their gorgeous ethnic ensembles. Trust us when we tell you, both the actresses look ethereal in traditional attire and are serving us the much-needed fashion inspiration to dress up too.
Huma looks radiant in a yellow full sleeve anarkali-style outfit. She's paired it with a grey and red intricate print dupatta, which she has tastefully draped across her arms. For accessories, Huma opted for colourful jhumkas, a large stone-encrusted ring on her finger and a single stone-encrusted bangle. Her gorgeous tresses are styled in free-falling waves and her makeup gives her face a subtle glow. Don't miss her pretty matching footwear. Huma posted the picture of herself along with the caption, “Eid Mubarak. Peace, joy, light and kebabs. My duas for the whole world.”
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Actress Aamna Sharif looks royal in a floor-length full sleeve lavender floral print salwar kameez, along with a matching sheer dupatta and yellow lace at the borders. Aamna's makeup is minimal, giving her face a radiant dewy look with a pale pink lip colour. Her hair is styled in curled waves and left open. For accessories, Aamna added a touch of sparkle to her attire with a silver and pearl choker. She captioned her post, “Eid Mubarak”, and added a purple heart emoji.
This isn't the first time the two divas have left us awestruck in stunning traditional attire. In a picture posted previously during Ramadan, Huma brought back the poised elegance of the black-and-white era. Huma wore a floor-length black and dull gold ethnic ensemble, along with a black sheer dupatta, with dull gold lace on its border. Her hair was styled in elaborate coiffed fashion left open. For accessories, Huma wore a thick pearl-stringed necklace with three round pendants.
Aamna, on the other hand, looked like the embodiment of spring in a bright peach coloured floral print ethnic attire. She wore a pearl string sleeved long kurti with slits, along with a matching long skirt and dupatta. For accessories, Aamna wore heavy pearl jhumkas, and her makeup was soft with a blush pink lip colour. Her hair was left open and styled in gorgeous waves.
In this next look, Huma looks regal in heavily embellished traditional attire. We cannot get over her stunning elaborate jhumka and matching bracelet. Her winged liner is on point, and we are impressed.
Aamna's blue ghagra choli is a must-have for any festive or wedding occasion in this next look. The pretty half sleeved ensemble has white thread floral embroidery work all over it. For accessories, Aamna styled the look with large chandelier earrings and plain white bangles in one hand.
Tell us which of Huma's and Aamna's looks inspired you the most.
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