We are always short on clothes, aren’t we? No matter how many we have in our wardrobe, every morning starts with us chanting the same mantra: “I have nothing to wear!” This only gets worse when special occasions come around. We all are aware that Diwali is right around the corner, the biggest problem is still same, which is “what to wear” Don’t worry we have got your back this time.
DRAP A SAREE
When has the saree ever let us down? Besides, Diwali comes only once a year and it is probably the best time to flaunt your Indian wear, So go ALL traditional to look glamorous. Drap a saree and pair it with the beautiful accessories. This will definitely put others to envy.
Long kurti cum dress
For those who think out of the box and those for whom normal just don’t work and for those who Wanna add some tadka to their Diwali look. Buy yourselves a long kurti cum dress with intricate detailing to look fab every bit by ensuring your traditional yet classy look .
Crop Top and embroided/printed skirt
This Diwali, why not combine Indian and western wear since Crop tops are in trend these days pair them up with traditional embroidery skirts with simple and basic looking crop tops and accessorise it to give a nice traditional look.
We know how difficult it is to carry a saree and that too when you the host and have all the responsibilities. The best option for you is the Saree Gown. It gives the look of a Saree but is super comfortable as it is a gown styled like a Saree.
There is nothing that will make you feel more amazing than a sexy pantsuit not even that flouncy dress! So it’s a must since you can pair it with some chunky silver jewellery and heels and become the phuljhadi you always wanted to be!we don’t find any one good reason for not having this attire.
Palazzo/ cigarette pants and kurti
Aren’t Churidars, Salwars and Patiala are too old school? If you want to look chic and stylish this Diwali. Pair your Kurti with a Palazzo this year and your attire will set you apart from the crowd.
Layer your Long white shirt with chunky silver jewelry
you can easily pair them up with leggings, jeans, palazzo and long skirts ,you can even tuck it with traditional skirt. Moreover layer it with some amazing silver jeweller-necklaces, jhumkas and even a maang-tika if need be. Go all OTT and prove that a basic white shirt can be just as festive as backless cholis.
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