(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor)
Dhaka : Household fashion brand Aarong, as always, brings a distinctive collection for this Eid al-Adha comprising a mix of bold and vibrant prints inspired by Moroccan embroidery, Persian geometry, Egyptian and Jaipuri prints, abstract art, Bohemian and local creativity.
For the collection, Aarong has used summer-friendly materials like soft cotton, muslin, and linen, and has made expert use of lighter, warmer shades for daytime, reserving the lush, dark silks and muslins for evening wear.
Aarong's Eid al-Adha collection consists clothes of different motifs, prints, and patterns, representing vintage charms, and fabrics in pastels, light pinks, whites, grey-browns and other, darker hues for both day and night time wear, a clear distinction from the colour palettes of the past festival Eid al-Fitr.
The collection is a combination of summer colour palettes, alternating between pale highlights and deep tones, with stellar stitching and patterns, and pastel tones in comfortable material such as cotton, linen, chiffon, silk and viscose.
They have released a number of unique kameezes, saris and kurtas for women, and panjabis, waistcoats, and short kurtas for men, under a host of different themes.
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