Hello loves,

How’s June going so far for you guys? I think this has got to be the most exciting month for me this year cause –
1. We celebrated my sister’s birthday yesterday, celebrating a new milestone is always exciting πŸ’•
2. My favourite person in the world arrives today! You might remember her from my Sister Series; my sister and I literally wait for summer just for her to come! πŸ‘―
3. I am traveling next weekend! Super excited and nervous all at the same time, any guesses where I am off to? ✈️

So moving on to today’s post, since Eid is just around the corner I wanted to share a few Eid looks for you this week, starting off with this super fun, summery yet casual look. I picked this outfit from Amal Al Raisi, who is an Oman based designer, with couture pieces inspired by the Arab tradition. The best part about her beautiful designs is that her designs are a tribute to women who are feminine but not delicate. You can see this reflected in all of her pieces because they are modest with a little flair, often incorporating off-shoulders and slits with feminine prints.

I teamed this look with my new favourite gladiators from River Island that I have been wearing and awful lot lately πŸ™† Also, can we just talk about these earrings? The number of compliments I have gotten on them are crazy, given that I just bought them on sale for 15 Dhs! The thing with H&M is that they barely have any good stuff on sale and you often have to ransack through them, but once a while you might find a gem at a crazy deal. So, my thoughts – if you are on a budget, keep searching πŸ˜‰

PC: Priya Soni

Top & Skirt – Amal Al Raisi (Find it here!)

Earrings – H&M

Gladiators – River Island

So that’s it for today guys! Hope you have an amazing weekend, mine is already looking up cause my cousin arrives today πŸ‘― (oh wait, I already mentioned that, sorry a little too excited!) Just a few more days to Eid, so tell me what your plans are in the comments below !

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Thought of the day : Making memories with you , is my favorite thing to doΒ  πŸ‘―

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