3 Outfit Ideas For Diwali
Your mind must be in mayhem while you rummage through your cupboard to figure out your outfits for the upcoming Diwali celebrations. So when you go Diwali shopping this season try to ditch the heavy traditional outfits that will sit in your wardrobe for the rest of the year. Apart from that heavy lehengas and anarkalis can be quite a difficulty to move and dance in and one little spark from a firecracker can ruin these expensive pieces completely.
So, this Diwali chooses to stand out from the crowd and go for some super edgy fusion festive looks which are not only very comfortable but also can be made use of for the rest of the year.
#1. Shine brighter than the Diyas
If you think you need itchy sequins and crystals to make you shine then let a bright yellow midi dress prove you completely wrong. To make the yellow of the dress pop, even more, pair it with distressed jeans in a contrasting shade of blue. Look for dresses with some tassel work or blue embroidery that will compliment the blue of the jeans and also add some ethnic vibe to the look.
When it comes to accessioning go for big with huge chandelier earrings with blue accents if possible or trendy tassel earring to complement the tassels on the dress and a stack of muted gold bangles or cuffs to show off your hands in a sleeveless dress. Finish the look with comfortable wedge heels and the diyas will not be the only ones illuminating the room.
#2 Pretty in prints
Stand out from the crowd and choose a unique print like Moroccan print. Go for a tiered maxi dress so you don’t have to prison your legs in any pants whatsoever. Make sure that the base colour of the dress is quite subtle yet bright like a pristine white which will make the print that lies over it pop even more. If your town gets a little chilly around the time of Diwali then go for a maxi dress with 3/4th sleeves which will give your hands some decent coverage yet let you show off some bangles or a beautiful watch.
A crew neck is also great for the slight chill in the air and also lets you wrap a stole around your neck. Pick a colour from the prints and chose a stole in the same shade to compliment the look. You can go for beautiful gladiator sandals and gold jewellery to bring out the ethnic Egyptian goddess in you.
#3 Show off your stems
Have been working your calves out in the gym or want to show off a pair of gorgeous heels you got for Diwali? Then, a knee-length dress is perfect. We suggest a classic black colour with colourful embroidery on it to exude the ethnic vibe for a Diwali after party or card party. Instead of a fit and flare style go for a shift dress which is very party appropriate. Accessories your heart out and you can also put a full face of make up on without looking overboard with such a boho dresses.
You can get an all these beautiful boho-inspired pieces for yourself from online stores. So, get shopping and be the fuljhadi yourself this Diwali.