What is Diwali all about? The Diwali Puja, meeting close relatives and friends, the sparkling houses laden with gorgeous lights and aesthetically beautiful mud lamps, sumptuous and delicious food, sweets and yes, FASHION!
So what are you wearing this Diwali? Traditional trends married with western fashion are on the must-wear list this Diwali. Boys and girls, check them out!
1. Dhoti saree
So, you can go for the stitched saree or learn from this tutorial.
2. Dhoti suit
Ditch the salwars and wear a stylish dhoti with your kurtas.
3. Saree jackets
We all own at least one ethnic jacket to wear over our kurtas. Now team them up with your mom’s gorgeous saree.
4. Crop top and skirt trend
This is one of the coolest trends and easy to get stitched too. :)
5. Saree suspenders
Designer, Masaba’s trick! Wear nice flair-y palazzos with crop tops and give your style a quirky edge with saree suspenders! Voila!
6. Saree belts
You can walk around easily in it as the palloo of the saree will be tied with the belt around your waist. :)
7. Ethnic dresses
This style will leave you looking like a diva!
8. Kurta jacket and pants
This a cool style to show off your flat belly.
9. Rock that jacket and skirt!
Sonam is following this style, and so should you, this Diwali.
10. The traditional jumpsuits
Take the dupatta or drop it, you will look great both ways.
11. Lehenga with a Crop Top
Your advantage – you can team the crop top with a pair of pants or the skirt with a Kurta jacket to create various styles if you choose to invest in this one.
12. Two-tones kurtas with dhoti and salwars for men
Two-toned Kurtas and color-block Kurtas are totally yummy this festive season.
13. Achkan with dhoti pants for men
Closed neck Achkans look fab when paired with a light coloured bottom. Dhotis are the latest fad to go with it.
14. Kurta, jackets and salwars
Color block trend in kurtas has really picked up since the LFW ’14. Style in the colour-block kurta with a matching jacket and a light coloured salwars this Diwali.
15. Short Kurtas with slim trousers and a thin linen jacket
This style is easy and very-very hot if you have bold, broad shoulders. ;)
Do write in with the style you are going to flaunt this Diwali. Ciao!