We all want to make the most of it, and focus on our ibaadat rather than food or shopping for Eid. I always refused to shop for Eid until it was a few days before, alot to do with counting my chickens before they hatched, I guess, coupled with that guilty conscience of premature celebration. Then, come a few days before Eid and I'm trolling all the local malls, in very limited time, as I still have to get back to sewing Eid outfits for "clients". Lo and behold I have taken valuable time from Ramadaan to go shopping...grrr...This year I'm planning ahead, come what may, Allah knows best....and so should you!
Take time off now before Ramadaan and buy your Eid outfits, or kids outfits, prezzies and decor. Just to inspire you, I have put together some outfit ideas that you could use and expand on and use at your discretion. Look at the basic idea that each outfit presents so you can customise it to suit your wardrobe.
Take any of your previously worn evening dresses and don a suitable cropped leather jacket, paired with bright coloured shoes and you have an entirely new look. Also try it with your abaayas, garara skirts etc.