In Bo-Kaap, the streets were full of young men in their smart tops, fezzes and flashy jackets, while young women wore snazzy satin skirts.
At lunchtime, tables were decked with curries, seafood, cookies and lekker desserts as the men made their way home from mosque.
Shazia Price, 18, and her family were not afraid to haal uit en wys their fashion taste, which came from as far as Saudi Arabia.
The pretty teen was dressed in a green satin skirt which had been made by her aunty.
Farzaana Jackson, 34, from Mowbray, was dressed in an elegant silk dress and sported a pair of smart strap-style heels.
She boasts that her outfit comes off the shelves from a shop in Saudi Arabia.
Bo-Kaap resident Nuraan Salie, 18, accompanied by her brother, Adnaan Salie, 25, was donned in a vintage styled pink dress which was purchased in Hermanus: “I thought I would do something old school.
“The dress was bought in Hermanus and the shoes are from Cotton On.”
In Mitchells Plain, twins Riyaad and Riyaaz Moos, 12, accompanied by their sister Soraya, 16, were dressed alike in white and black check shirts, sporting grey takkies.
Also innie Plain, Thanaa Roberts, five was so excited for Eid, she gave her brother, Faraaj, seven, a lekker soentjie.