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The off the rack ready designs know their consumers want elegant regal traditional clothing with a European inspired silhouette. The Sana Safinaz Eid collection is infused with eastern craftsmanship and motifs merged together with the structured placement of the embroideries.

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The contrasting deep colours of the Eid collection are inspired by conceptual fashion sensibilities, they are created with seasonal fabrics. The Luxury Lawn collections are focused to deliver designs that can be worn for Eid but there is a dedicated Eid collection that has a cotton net and silk designs. The formal suits are available in both unstitched and ready to wear range. These items are at a higher-end price point and women can try on the designs before they make the final purchase at the store. Sana Safinaz has a return policy that allows you to exchange items. They sell a diverse variety of formal, semi-formal, party wear to casual pret wear for women of various ages. 

Eid Luxury Lawn 

The Eid collection will have 10 to 12 designs released, each with two unique colour composition with the same motifs and patterns. Ladies can choose which colour they like more in the same design. These are 3-piece suits with embroidery on the front panel of the shirt, neckline, sleeves and daman. The cloth for the pants is usually plain, some designs will have a decoration for the hemline of the pants. The dupattas are luxurious in silk and chiffon with clean and vibrant digital prints that execute the colours of the overall ensemble. 

These Applique pieces can be elaborate or simple embellishments that include long pieces of laces for front and back of the shirt, neck and back pieces, arm patches and their signature hand women golden thread lace. These are essential add-ons to their unstitched designs. AppliquĆ© is considered a South Asian art form of needlework in which pieces of varying styles and shapes are sewn onto shirt pieces, these pieces are an important part of the Sana Safinaz collection. 

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