Clothes and Gifts for Eid! – Getting Ready for Eid 2017

Getting Ready for Eid

Eid will be here before you know it. After the month of Ramadan, there are three days to celebrate with friends and family–giving gifts, eating lots of food, and everybody’s favorite, enjoying delicious homemade sweets. Maybe pistachio kahk, very tasty! But before the celebrations arrive, it’s a good idea to figure out what gifts you’re going to get everyone…

Gifts for Eid

Are you wondering what you’re going to get everyone? Hunting for just the right Islamic gifts, the perfect Muslim gifts? Artizara has a wonderful selection of the perfect gifts for Eid. Gifts and outfits that are fun, beautiful, and unique.

Browse through Artizara’s lovely necklaces, pendants, and rings. This this teardrop shaped necklace features beautiful Arabic calligraphy and would make a wonderful gift for someone in your family.

Stunning Islamic prints and canvases like this Peace Dove in Flight, created by internationally renowned artist Peter Gould, would look lovely in anyone’s home.

You’ll also find Ramadan throw pillows to beautify your gift recipient’s living room, Islamic coins for the collector in your family, and huge selection and variety of clothes. Artizara has the perfect Eid gift for every person you know.

Clothing Gifts for Eid

In many families, each and every person gets a new outfit (or more) to wear during the celebrations. Everybody, from grandma to the littlest ones, gets new clothes for Eid. That’s why Artizara has t-shirts for men printed with Arabic calligraphy, t-shirts with symbols of peace and more. There’s also an incredible range of modest dresses, tunics and scarves for women, including modest athletic wear. You’ll also find cute clothes for kids.  

You will love just going to one place online to get a little something for everyone. Artizara will save you time finding new clothing for Eid for the whole family. Use that extra time to be with your loved ones during the celebrations.

 

Dresses to Celebrate Eid

Have you thought about what you are going to wear to your Eid celebrations? Something new. Something interesting. Do you want to highlight the colors of summer with something bright and bold?

The Tilla Embroidered Evening Dress comes in this beautiful turquoise blue that reminds one of the sky in June.

If you’re going to evening celebrations too, then perhaps you want something a little more formal. Try the Nakhl Embroidered Formal Abaya Maxi Dress in Purple. The embroidery was inspired by 17th century Arabic manuscript illumination, so unique and beautiful.

You might also like the great selection of tunics. Here is the Selena Embroidered Long Muslim Tunic. It’s gorgeous in a delicate pink peach.

This year, Artizara has so many beautiful clothes for Eid, you can find something that’s just your personality. There are so many choices. In face, there’s a whole 2017 Eid collection. Take a look and find something you’ll love wearing to celebrate Eid.

Ramadan Traditions Around the World

Ramadan is a month long holy period celebrated by over 1.2 billion Muslims around the world. The focus of the month is on the Qur’an and on fasting where Muslims do not drink food or water from sunrise to sunset. In addition to religious activities, during this time, Muslims also try to improve themselves, their families, communities, and environments. The end of Ramadan is celebrated with the Eid holiday where Muslims exchange  Eid gifts and spend time with family. One of the most popular gifts that Muslims give during Ramadan to their family and themselves is new Eid clothes. Some Muslims use Ramadan as an opportunity to reset their whole wardrobe with a variety of new Ramadan and Eid outfits! Muslim traditions are diverse and vary around the world. In some places traditions continue while others are making their own new traditions.

Ramadan in the USA
In the USA the Muslim community is culturally and ethnically diverse and you will find a variety of Ramadan and Eid festivities just as diverse as they are. During the month of Ramadan you will find that Muslims try a little harder to be kind, generous, and avoid bad habits or indulgences. Many Muslims volunteer or donate money, food, and clothing to charity organizations during Ramadan. Muslims in Michigan work in a charity organization packing boxes for a charity organization. After working hard all month, Muslims often celebrate at charity events and galas wearing festive Eid dresses.

Ramadan in France
In France, the abundance of local independent markets and fresh produce makes shopping for Ramadan Iftar dinners a daily delight. French Muslims have wide variety of choices when it comes to preparing delicious and nutritious Ramadan cuisine.

Ramadan in Indonesia
In Indonesia Muslims hit the beach! On the island of Java in Indonesia, Muslims prepare for a Padusan ritual by bathing in the Parangtritis beach in Rogyakarta Indonesia. They are definitely not wearing their new Ramadan clothes for this!

Ramadan in Pakistan
In Pakistan, special Ramadan breakfast foods are served in local bazaars including rose water drinks and deep fried pooris that give the energy to fast through the day.

Ramadan in Egypt
The Fanous of Ramadan is a Egyptian tradition where the street of Egypt are lit with beautiful lanterns. In Egyptian folklore, it is said a Caliph was welcomed to Egypt by the lighting of hundreds of lanterns. Many tourists who visit Egypt purchase lanterns as a unique and historically relevant Islamic gift for Ramadan. A artisan made lantern is a unique and inspiring Eid gift.

Singapore
A Ramadan special at a restaurant in Singapore. Muslims put on their comfortable Ramadan dresses and go out for the evening. Some wear ethnic dress while others opt for a more western style. These women might be talking about unique Eid gifts to buy for their friends and family.

Have you considered buying new clothes for Ramadan? Gift giving is a holiday tradition. Practical gifts like clothing are favored, unique gifts that fit into their busy lives but still reflect their artistic and cultural heritage. Artizara is a great resource for cool Ramadan and Eid gifts for today’s busy Muslims