The festive season is almost upon us, and with that comes the perennial festive wear crisis. This Diwali, we for one feel like mixing it up a tad. While we love our lehengas and anarkalis, this year we’re getting creative with our festive wear and how!

Here are 3 fusion fashion ideas for Diwali that’ll make you the most stylish desi girl in town.

3 Fusion Looks For This Diwali

1. Dhoti & Crop Tops

The Dhoti look has become ever so popular in the last few seasons.  And definitely for the right reasons. The bottom wear looks very laid back unlike other styles that are otherwise difficult to handle at times. The dhoti-crop top combo is super chic, easy to move around in and occasion appropriate. Kriti Sanon shows us exactly how. Add chunky silver jewellery for good measure and the outfit will be the best of both worlds!

2. Jumpsuits and Dressy Embroidered Jackets

 With all the hustle and bustle that comes with Diwali, wearing easy and comfortable outfits are of utmost importance to function without getting tangled in your dupatta or stepping over your lehenga. Let jumpsuits be your saviour. The outfit is easy to wear. Just add a desi touch to it by putting on a heavy embroidered jacket to make it a fusion wonder. Take inspiration from style star Shilpa Shetty. Pair with heavy statement earrings or a chunky Indian choker to complete the look. Voila!

3. Kurtas and Trousers/Wide Legged Pants

Its fashion meets functionality with this unique look. Wide legged trousers have been majorly trending this season and for good reason. The days of wearing traditional Indian wear with dupattas are passé. Blending personal style with traditional roots is where it’s at. DeePee’s look shows us just that. Color-block the outfit to bring out the essence of the festivities. Adding geometric or bold structured jewellery will enhance the look even more. And if you really want to infuse some of that desi coolness, add a bindi and gajra to your look. Talk about making a statement!

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