The countdown to Diwali has finally begun !!!
With just a few more days to go, have you decided which outfit you are going to wear on the year’s most awaited festival ?
Diwali parties are surely a time to enjoy, have fun and look good. Traditional clothing is often a preference. However, you can get a little creative, twist, tweak and be the shining Diva this Diwali.
Here are a few ideas to make you look elegant yet stylish and trendy.
1. The Elegant Saree
Sarees are the staple for every Indian household and with a wide variety to avail they are a default choice for every Indian occasion and celebrate. This Diwali give your traditional 6 yards a twist. Pair them up with a Corset styled blouse instead of a regular one and see the difference it brings about in your entire persona.
2. Cropped Top with Saree
Team up your favourite crop top with a matching saree to create a fusion of Indian and western. One can use t-shirts, shirts , kurtas as well if not a cropped top.
3. Harem Pants with Shirt
These are extremely comfortable and look great. For your Diwali party, choose pants in bright colours and pair them up with a blouse, shirt or crop top and matching accessories for a different look.
4. Anarkali Suits
Anarkalis have been dominating the Indian ramps for quite some time now. They are available in different lengths and suit almost all body shapes. If you are planning to wear an Anarkali for your Diwali party then give the usual ensemble a twist by pairing it with a skirt or palazzo.
5. Dazzle in the Dupatta Drape
Combine your favourite dupatta with a tee and jeans and accessorise with a statement neckpiece, bracelet , rings etc. The beauty of this simple yet different ensemble lies in the fact that you can remove the dupatta later and get going.
6. Pant Style Saree
This must be the simplest way to drape a Saree that looks really chic and stylish. Whereas the saree signifies tradition, the denims/pants with a top make it look really contemporary and girly.
7. Cropped Top with Skirt
If you are somebody who loves to keep it light and does not want to flaunt the heavy Indian ethnic wear for a Diwali party, then combine a simple cropped top with a skirt and add your favourite piece of statement jewellery that can be a bracelet, a neckpiece, an armlet, danglers or a maang teeka, as shown here.