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How to Dress Up Like a Diva This Diwali



By Richa

Get ready to make a chic fashion statement this Diwali. With a range of exclusive silhouettes and their mishmash to choose from, let your wardrobe sparkle and you shine at all the celebrations. Enjoy Diwali!

Image Courtesy: Designers And You


The Indian festive season not only brings with it a wave of pujas and rituals but also stacks up your sartorial calendar with numerous festivities and parties. Obviously, there is no better time to place your bets on the best of ethnic wear than in this leg of the party season. Given that pre-Diwali celebrations are soon going to take over your calendar, it is time to up your ethnic wear style quotient to help you put your best stylish foot forward, especially if it is your first diwali after marriage, dear new bride.

Embrace the festive vibe and dress yourself in kurta sets, revived wedding lehengas, printed capes and pre-stitched sarees. Nevertheless, if you are still hooked on anarkalis you do not have to make it boring: play up the drama with flares and extended sleeves. Pair your kurtas with wide leg pants or shararas to add a bit of festive flair to the staple.

 

Anju Modi, Prathyusha Garimella, vogue.in, Rediff.com



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It is about Traditions - Diwali is best time to flaunt your Indianness. So, go ALL desi this time. Wear that beautiful Paithani saree your mum got for you and pair them with the beautiful nathini (nose ring) or wear the gorgeous Kanjeevaram saree and put on some gold jewellery, which will put others to envy. They need not to be unexciting, add your modish touch to it. Embellished silhouettes, intricate embroideries and playful prints comprise the key ingredients for a happy Diwali night.

 

Shalini James



Twisting the Traditions a Little - If conventional ain’t your attitude go fusion! Play it up with the amazing amalgamation of Indian and western wear. Women can wear traditional embroidery skirts with simple and basic looking crop tops and accessorise it to give a nice traditional look. Have fun with hemlines or the classic slits. In addition, palazzo it like you mean it – pair the versatile garment with tops, crops, jackets, long kurtas etc. Ponchos, capes, lehenga gown, dhoti, dhoti pants, Cigarette pants, layered lehenga…the limit is just your imagination.

 

Manish Malhotra



Wear the Trend - Dress semi tribal, wear a septum ring and wear bold outfits with traditional touches like Kaftans, blouses, skirts, tunics with rich, bright Indian colours. Moreover, western motifs in Indian silhouettes are ruling the fashion industry. Embrioideries with quirky patterns, such as English mirrors, thrones, cycles, carriages are going to be big in Indian attires – sarees, lehenga, suits this year. 

 

www.fdci.org, cocoroots.com, intoday.in



Colours and Fabric - Wear a range of colours, you can probably have a personal colour dress code for everyday occasions. In general, colour blocking is out and Monotones are the new in-thing. Silver, gold and greys are going to be huge this season, with sequin work taking the lead on that. More and more brides are opting for monotone metallic colours. You can also wear multicoloured prints and pair it with a classic bracelet-watch to go with the look. Alternatively, go for unconventional colours like neon or wine red, which you otherwise would not wear!

Among all the other fancy festive fabrics, velvet is back. It is going to be everywhere, and in every colour! Nevertheless, just make sure to wear it right.

 

myfashion19.com



 

Devaya designs, Payal Singhal


Jewellery flashes - If your dress it time-honoured with loud colours wear a statement piece like a huge necklace. Do remember, minimalism is the key to balance - do NOT wear too many jewellery pieces else, the overall look can turn out to be gaudy. Mix and match funky junk jewellery with traditional and traditional jewellery with an indo-western dress but team them up well else you may end up looking like a fashion tragedy.

So are you ready to flaunt your inner fashionista and make all the heads turn?

 

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