With countless designers churning out new collections every other week, it can be a little overwhelming trying to decide your Eid outfit.
Whether you're doing last minute shopping or had planned weeks in advance, you can't deny that no matter how much you try to go with the trends of break the mould, your Eid style will somewhat be the embodiment of your personality.
So what does your Eid jora say about you?
If you're wearing Khaadi
We hate to break it to you but you might be a little basic.
Just kidding! You're just super laid-back, don't like too much fuss and you don't care that there's an 85% chance that someone else at the dawat will be wearing the same outfit. Plus, you're thrifty and you want to buy something you can re-use as office wear later. Win win!
If you're wearing a three-piece Farah Talib Aziz suit
New in-laws coming through! You obviously are newly engaged/married and have to make a good impression. Ditto if you're donning a Nazli Akbar suit — by appointment only? Girl, that's dedication!
If your style inspiration is Fahad Mustafa
Rocking a short-sleeved kurta? Wearing Munib Nawaz? You're very shaukeen and you wanna be a filmstar. For you, Eid is the perfect time to emulate that 'hero' look.
You'll be posing by your chacha's BMW later.
If you're wearing... pyjamas
You're either a journalist like us who has to work on Eid or you have reached peak IDGAF.
If you're wearing Sana Safinaz
Your mom bought your Eid outfit from the same place she got hers. Putting the win in twinning!
If you're wearing a waistcoat
This Eid you're headed to a dawat with 150 close relatives... and you actually remember everyone's names. You're a family-comes-first kinda guy and you acted like a 35 year-old by the time you were 15.
If you're wearing Generation
You're the rebel of the family. If they like it... you don't.
This article is categorised as humour/satire.