Hi! Welcome to day 25 of #blogtober. We’re almost coming to the end of this month long journey!
With the festivity buzzing, I had to do an outfit post. It’s that time of the year when dressing up becomes a lot more fun. You can rock that desi avtar at Diwali parties, card parties, and family dinners.
6 Amazing Festive Outfit Ideas
For all you shebang lovers, this festive season look stunning in a light and wearable lehnga. It isn’t your wedding so you can keep the fabric and design simple, like printed cotton, gota patti, or bandhni lehnga. They’re perfect for a new bride or for someone who loves lehngas and needs a reason to twirl!
2. Sharara – Sharara
The hottest trend is sharara set. Wear it for card parties or a family get together and you’ll surely make heads turn. Go for a heavy gota patti sharara with simple jewelry and jutties, or team up a cotton sharara with silver jewelry for that boho look.
3. Fusion Tadka
If you’re someone who likes fusion dressing, then this Diwali wear something indo-western! Team up a basic crop top with brocade pants for a modern vibe or go a tad bit desi with a cape and dhoti pants. For a chic crisper look, pair a heavy skirt with a basic white shirt and statement neckpiece and you’re ready for Diwali party.
4. Swirling Skirts
How about ditching your pants? Don’t get me wrong, I meant slip out of pants and put on a skirt. There isn’t anything more comfortable and elegant than a skirt. Pair your favorite skirt with a jacket kurta for a puja, with a bralette and a net dupatta for friend’s Diwali party, or with a boxy top for a more formal look.
5. Quintessential Saree
Can any festive outfit post be complete if we don’t mention saree. Experiment with something new this festive season. Try pant saree or ruffle saree (so much in trend).
And if you think these are too OTT for you, wear your trusted cotton printed saree. Ajrakh, Dabu, bandhni, there are so many traditional forms! Have fun with quirky prints or go bold with print on print with your saree and blouse.
6. Suit Suit Karda
Tenu suit suit karda!!! Play it simple with a palazzo suit set. Ever so stylish and classy. For days when you want to look put together yet don’t know what to pick, a palazzo suit set is the best bet. You can amp up the look with heavy jewelry and heels, or go subtle with jutties and light jewelry.
Gota patti, leheriya, indigo dabu, kalamkari, chanderi… the list is so long. Choose a light breathable fabric for maximum comfort and add drama with dupatta, jewelry, or your make-up.
Go all out and experiment with your look. Hope you like these Diwali outfit ideas and these will make your Diwali a lot brighter.
See you tomorrow with yet another interesting post! Bye….