Sparkle This Diwali in Ethnic Diwali Fashion
It’s time to bring out your finest traditional garments, glittering jewelry and pick up the latest “in” trendy Diwali fashion wear.
The festival of lights is round the corner. Time to bring out your finest traditional garments, glittering jewelry and pick up the latest “in” trendy wear.
Traditional Diwali wear: Ethnic garments, including the evergreen and elegant saris, brocade salwar suits, sherwanis,…Diwali is all about being creative with tradition and making it fashionable!
Anarkali suit with a churidar: Anarkali suits never go out of fashion. Dating back to Mughal times, Anarkali suits have invaded the Indian fashion scene in a grand way.
An Anarkali suit with intricate embroidery and heavy embellishments can be your choice if you like something more elaborate. For those who prefer a more subtle look, pick a simpler Anarkali style suit that will add a regal touch to your persona. You can wear it during Puja time. However change into pants and tees when you go out to burst crackers. Always keep safety in mind.
Straight fitted suit: A straight fitted suit in rich colors looks elegant on all. Pick up a georgette suit or a cotton suit with embroidery and pair it up with dangling earrings to complete the ethnic look. Kurtas with churidar don’t require dupatta and they are quite hassle-free.
What makes the festival of Diwali even more endearing is that, we all go to our cultural roots and embrace traditional attire with much love and enthusiasm.
Sari, symbol of our rich Indian heritage, is an epitome of grace and elegance. Sari dates back to Indus Valley Civilisation when women used to wear it as angavastram.
A sari is classy. It’s timeless. It’s an epitome of femininity. Drape yourself in nine yards of sensuality and you are sure to turn heads. Make sure to stay away from silks as it can absorb heat easily. Rather make a statement in a georgette sari.
Sarees have gone beyond usual paisleys and are available in unusual prints and multitude of fabrics and avatars. If you want something traditional with a modern twist, go for a net sari
Traditional wear with some fine jewelry gives a special festival touch. You can pair up your suit or a sari with earrings of stone and pearl. Or flaunt a peacock design necklace and earrings in alloy kundan stone.
Put your best foot forward with your traditional attire and be a head turner on this festival of lights.
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