Being the citizen of a country, which has a year full of festivals, we can’t deny the eagerness with which we wait for them. I know this year has been very challenging and novel for all of us. So, will be the way of celebrating festivals too. One of the up next festivals I am sure you all are eagerly waiting for is Diwali. Excited to plan what to wear on the auspicious day? Then here is the call for it. Come with me.
Diwali’s charm can be seen mostly at night, worshipping goddess Laxmi, having a box full of Soanpapdis (obviously forwarded by some other person in the chain!), lightening up earthen lamps, burning crackers.
After a long pre-day of cleaning the already cleaned house just to get the shower of blessings of Goddess Laxmi, you need look fab on “the day”. Let’s refresh some of the ways in which you can style yourself and become the charm of the occasion.
Embraceyour plain kurta
Getting bored of seeing the plain black kurta every time you open your wardrobe while saying I’ve nothing to wear? So here is the time, just take a heavy embroidered or a silk dupatta and combine with that black kurta. Trust me it will be a therapy to your soul.
Long skirt cum Lehenga vibe
You might own a pretty short white kurta that you wear with your blue shaded jeans. But, have you ever tried it putting it on with a bright colored long skirt? If not, you should. Just pair it with some red or blue colored long skirt and match it with the pretty Rangoli you drew.
Anarkali kurtas are the life of any occasion. They give you a royal feel. Just pair it with a net-fashioned dupatta and some glamorous accessories and you’re ready to shoot a boomerang in a rotating motion. Sounds great, right?
Saree, the show-stopper
Sarees are the queen of all outfits in our Indian culture. Have you ever heard that beauty gets enhanced 10 times when a woman puts on saree? Saree never discriminates you based on the body structure. So, what would be better than this, right?Time to raid your mother’s unexplored wardrobe and try to look as beautiful as she does.
The Palazzo Affair
Idea of jumping into a pair of palazzos matching it with a not-so-heavy crop top will never disappoint you. How about carrying a ravishing set of jewelry and being Diwali ready? Making a messy bun will add the cream to the cake.
The Shimmering Sharara
Sharara has been the first choice of Begums during Mughal era. It adds elegance to your beauty. Don’t forget to put on this beautiful piece of Sharara with the perfect smoky eyes and pull out the diva from you.
The awesome Saree-Blazer
Giving the contrasting experience to your outfits is always fun.How about combining the Indo-western culture this Diwali? Just drape a pretty light-colored printed saree with a dark-colored bold blazer. Making a high bun with this get up will give you an enchanting look.
So, what are you waiting for? Gather your new found inspiration, curate your festive look and brace yourself for all the compliments coming your way!