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First and foremost, we’re going to see a lot of sarees in all their variations, because they’re a perfect ethnic wear choice and just right for festivities. Then there are lehengas. Paired with a crop top, a lehenga can give you that bold yet ethnic look that would make heads turn for sure. Dhoti salwars are also great for an occasion like Diwali. It is a comfortable style that’s pretty statement-making. You can pair one with a tank top or a kurta and create a chic ensemble. If you really want to flaunt that vintage, classy look, then you can also opt for Anarkalis. They’re royal, comfortable and elegant – just what you need for an occasion like Diwali.
eAny colour is a good colour as long as it matches your vibe. Since Diwali is a festival of lights, you need to look jubilant and what better way to do that than by wearing bright, vibrant colours like Deep red and yellow ochre? If you want a more regal, sophisticated look, royal blue is always on the table along with purple, which is making a resurgence among ethnic wear enthusiasts. Not to forget, ivory is a colour that you can never go wrong with when it comes to festivities.
– If you’re staying at home but want to enjoy that Diwali vibe, you can go for a palazzo suit in light fabrics like cotton and georgette so that you stay stylish and comfortable all day long – For a mixer at home with friends, you can don a silk saree embellished with zari weaves or brocade – While partying with family, you need something that is comfy yet elegant. Anarkali suits, shararas and light Indian lehengas would be perfect for the occasion – For a dinner date with your partner, you need something that has a bit of shimmer and dazzle. Mirror worked lehenga cholis and sequined sarees would stand out perfectly against the well-lit surroundings and will make you look like the queen that you are
There are a few pieces in soft palettes that would be great for work during Diwali: – Light sarees – Printed salwar suits – Anarkali suits – Palazzos – Comfortable ethnic gowns
1. Enhance the traditional look by going for brocades, zaris and mirror-work. Embellished sarees with long jhumkas would make you look absolutely stunning. 2. Go Indo-western and don front-slit, ankle-length kurtas with a skirt in contrasting colours for a bold, chic look. 3. Maxi skirts are back in trend so why not try one and add some dazzle to your wardrobe!
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