What to Wear on Iftar Gatherings – the Girl Edit

Cultural occasions hold a special place in all our hearts. They’re that time of the year when we not only make new memories, but also reflect back on the past and count our blessings.

One such cultural practice that explores the true meaning of gratitude is Ramadan. The holy month of fasting is observed by Muslims all over the world. The end of each day of fasting is marked by Iftar – when friends and family break their fasts and enjoy a hearty meal together. Needless to say, Iftar gatherings are all about festive cheer, fancy clothes and mouth-watering delicacies.

Kids are especially fond of such celebrations. And when it comes to dressing up, they love it as much as us adults. After all, fashion knows no age!

So we have picked 3 Eid dresses that your little one will love as much as we do:

1. Mela Dhoti Set 

If you’re attending a casual Iftar soirée, opt for this fuchsia and lime number. The cotton-silk fabric lends itself perfectly to summers, and will keep your daughter comfortable through the evening. Also, don’t miss the adorable tassel embellishments on the neckline! Match them with a flower headband and your little diva is red carpet ready!


2. Sitara Bottom Lehenga Choli Set

For a more traditional look, we think this pale blue and pink lehenga choli works really well. Made from taffeta silk, the lehenga has a relaxed fit and comes with a contrasting hemline. The net dupatta adds a dainty touch, and can be pinned onto one shoulder for a comfortable drape. Round off the outfit with a pair of juttis and chandbali earrings – and you’re little one is all set to have a great time!



3. Cherri Blossom Lehenga with Bird

Doll up your little fashionista in this midnight blue lehenga for the ultimate Iftar look. Everything about this dress screams festive vibes – be it the jewel-toned colour or the intricately embellished lehenga. To amp up the look, pair the outfit with a metallic clutch and studded thong sandals or juttis. For a finishing touch, we recommend a pair of lightweight jadau jhumkas.