Diwali is upon us to light up our spirits and it isn’t really Diwali without the usual festive shopping spree and dressing up in the chicest clothes.
So bring on your ethnic avatar and flaunt them like a boss, for we have the right tips to spruce up your festive wardrobe.
Afterall what says Diwali more than your insta feed filled with pictures of you looking no less than a patakha!
Here you go.
1. Mix-match it like it’s hot:
This Diwali move over the usual salwar-kameez pairing and choose to wear your ethnic kurti with palazzos, sharrara or a lehenga as they are trending. The statement bottom wear with an asymmetric cut kurti will take your festive dressing up a notch. Try contrasting colors to add fun to the whole look. Also look for tassel tie-up details to play it cool.
2. Fusion play:
Amp up your style quotient with the right balance of ethnic and western by going for indo-fusion wear. You may try wearing your flared kurti or anarkali as a dress and belting it up for that contemporary edge. Wear it with juttis and silver jhumkas and you are all set to go. Layer your kurta dress with a long-line breezy jacket or shrug and look like a showstopper. Love a crop top? Well pair it with dhoti pants, palazzo or a maxi skirt for the perfect indo-western festive look. Give traditional drapes a new twist by wearing sarees with exaggerated and exciting blouses. Embrace Sonam Kapoor’s vibes by wearing your saree over dhoti pants or straight pants.
3. Easier on the eye:
This Diwali ditch the bright reds and greens and go for pastels and subtle hues. Tone down the bling and opt for kurti sets with minimal embellishments in gota, resham, zari etc. You may also choose to wear deeper tones of blues and maroons. Accessorize them with oxidized silver jewelry and get ready to rock in pure desi style.
4. Wear your heart on your sleeves:
Add drama to your ethnic avatar with the sleeve trend of the season. Go for bell sleeves, ruffled and flared ones and let the sleeves do the talking!
5. The Perfect Pair:
We love a perfect pair of juttis that can elevate and add elegance to your ethnic outfit. Wear it with your Diwali outfit to take them from 0 to 9 in seconds.
6. Statement Accessories:
Accessories make or break an outfit. When it comes to jewelry choose something that complements your outfit. Whether you want to spice up your kurti-palazzo or add a touch of bling to your minimal outfit, then statement earrings is the way to go. Go for jhumkas and chandbalis if you are looking for something classic. Try trendy tassel earrings to add that element of fun to your festive ensemble.
So what do you think of our tips?
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