Need some eid outfit ideas?

…How about a beautiful diraac?

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The sister who owns Diraac Fabulous (a UK based diraac store) has just put up her special party diraacs and they would be the perfect outfit for the upcoming eids! Totally unique and beautiful at the same time.

The first two are my favorite from her party collection.

(party diraac-Camden Royale-diraac.com)

(party diraac-Camden Royale-diraac.com)

(party diraac-Golden Splash-diraac.com)

(party diraac-Golden Splash-diraac.com)

Here are some other equally beautiful ones.

(party diraac-London Lime-diraac.com)

(party diraac-London Lime-diraac.com)

(party diraac-Boho Floral-diraac.com)

(party diraac-Boho Floral-diraac.com)

(party diraac-Sienna-diraac.com)

(party diraac-Sienna-diraac.com)

The party diraacs are made with full length sleeves and the gown has a butterfly cut and ofcourse the set comes with a skirt and matching shawl. Apparently you can also order a matching hijab if needed.

Without a doubt these beautiful creations would be a hit at any eid party!

3 thoughts on “Need some eid outfit ideas?

  1. Her prices are really great too. Its common to pay upwards of $100 for a diraac that doesn’t even look as nice as these. They are so comfortable in really hot weather.
    Hopefully the sister gets an increase in traffic from your feature.

  2. Thank you so much for the compliments on my site. I have had to take into consideration the gap between our currency and the US dollar so I have had to reduce them in price and sell these for cheaper than originally planned; that would take into consideration the work that has gone into them; as well as the fabrics used. One reason I started the site because there are a lot of rip-off diraacs out there; over here ‘designer’ diraacs are all the rage in the fabric shops, and a lot of department stores and high-end non-Muslim fabric stores in London have twigged there is a huge diraac market out there; but in my humble opinion the fabrics they charge £60 a meter for are not even worth 1/10 of that; a friend of mine bought a diraac from a famous shop in a well-known Arab district in London; she paid £200 just for the dress fabric. I saw the fabric; and it was not even printed properly (the printing was way off and didn’t even go up to the selvedge); it was a thin cheap synthetic (she was told it was silk), and after one gentle wash it was looking pretty shabby. My sister-in-law then added insult to injury by finding identical fabrics for £5 a 4yard piece in Dubai; I have since found identical looking, albeit better quality versions for £4 a metre here in the UK as well.

  3. They have more of a mishlah cut than a butterfly cut though🙂 Just a minor correction. I can make butterfly diraacs but they tend to only fit well if tailored for the individual (you can get away with it with a 45″ wide fabric but with the 60″ wide for a nice fit you really need to have it custom made…)

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