What to wear and what not to wear on Diwali, here are some ideas
What to wear and what not to wear on Diwali, here are some ideas:- It is that time of the year again where you see lights, colors, music and celebration everywhere. Yes, it is the festive season that brings the jamboree of joy with it.
After celebrating Durga Puja, Dandia and Garba nights here comes the festival of lights, Diwali. The festival spiritually signifies the good over evil and is celebrated all over India with much oomph and zeal. When it comes to fashion, undoubtedly India is much ahead on its ethnic and traditional wear.
There is nothing that can beat an Indian women dressed and decked up in their ethnic avatar. Where everyone is thinking as what to wear on this festival we have got 4 best outfit ideas for making this Diwali more fashionable for you.
1) Old is Gold
Lehenga and Choli might sound old to you but trust me it is the best outfit, when it comes to festivals. Unlike the older times when you have to wear heavy embroidered Lehengas and suits, the modern time fashion gives you the liberty to walk freely in the lighter outfits that aren’t a hindrance to your enjoyment.
LEHENGA AND CHOLI IS BEST FOR ANY OCCASION
Tamannaah Bhatia looks like an ‘Urban chori’ in this red Lehenga and Choli. The way she draped her dupatta gives a feel of a Saree. She styled her block color lehenga and dupatta with a lightly embroidered Choli/ Blouse. The lehenga is simple with a Gota work at the bottom. You can rock the look by choosing any block colored lehenga and dupatta and pairing it with embroidered Choli.
2) The Indo- Western touch
The modern day women aren’t afraid of trying new styles. The young generation today believes in more of the indo-western culture and fashion. Yes they are modern in their own way.
Saiyami Kher, who recently gave her debut film ‘Mirziyan’ opposite Anil Kapoor’s son Harshvardhan Kapoor is painting the town red with her fashion statement.
Donning this beautiful indo-western outfit she looks courageous, bold and beautiful. The black dhoti pants and the crop top is perfect for the young women out there who wants to look modern yet traditional.
SAIYAMI KHER’S INDO-WESTERN OUTFIT FOR THE MODERN DAY WOMEN
3) White is Evergreen
SOHA ALI KHAN IN THE WHITE ANARKALI SUIT
Well, who says only red is the color of festivals. Pastels can work just as fine as red and other bright colors. Soha Ali Khan looks royal and fancy in this white and golden Anarkali suit. Team it up with some statement jewellery and you are festival ready.
4) The Tassel New
Off-shoulder tops are the new fashion that almost everyone has sported. Here Shraddha Kapoor looks ultra-modern in this red long gown with cut-shoulders accentuating the glamour quotient of her look.
Well, the tassels are seen almost in everything these days. Be it the earring or bangles or a normal saree, the tassels have become season favorite. In this outfit, crème colored tassels have been attached with the embroidered top. She completed her look by carrying a beautiful golden clutch that complements her dress. You too can bring the funk in your outfits by giving it the ‘Tassel-effect’.
So, bring the festive spirit in your outfits and flaunt your fashion fusion this Diwali!