How to Dress up for this Diwali

How to Dress up for this Diwali

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It is that time of the year again when women would come out in all their fineries to celebrate the festival of lights with complete festive fervour. Yes, it is Diwali! During this festive season, women do go crazy looking for trendy and fashionable ideas to look their best, especially the soon-to-be brides and newlyweds. We are sure your are doing the same right now, so let us help you out. Here are some trendy tips for all the newlyweds to look gorgeous this Diwali festival.

Plan your look well

Plan your look well
Plan your look well

Dear ladies, you do not have to go around buying expensive designer duds, just because you think they look good always. If you are clear on how you would like to look this festive season than start scouting for relevant materials in your favourite colours and get them stitched by your trusted tailor. You can also get a printout of dresses that you like and give those to your tailor. Remember, opt for clothes which flatter your body type. Never go for figure-hugging wear as an extra effort to look slim. Tight-fitted clothes would make your look and feel uncomfortable.

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Experiment with trends

Experiment with trends
Experiment with trends

Diwali outfits should depict playfulness, quirkiness, elegance, and carry a feminine charm as well. You should learn to experiment with different silhouettes, have variations on the hemlines, and focus on elegant drapes. The silhouettes could range from panelled suits and floor length anarkali kurta to A-line lehenga and lehenga saree or ghagra choli. Also, there are a lot of different ways in which you can drape your traditional saree. So, go for something out of the box this time.

Indo-western

Indo-western
palazzo pants.

Give the traditional festive shopping an interesting twist by going for fusion dressing. To give an indo-western feel to your Diwali, team up a structured kurta or a traditional choli with cigarette pants, dhoti pants or palazzo pants. All these attires can be accentuated with delicate elements and detailing such as zardosi work or use of beads, stones, pearls and laces. Remember, your clothes should reflect the feminine beauty and charm to the core, yet display your personality effortlessly.

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Add some retro bling

Add some retro bling
Add some retro bling

Ladies, retro styles are back in fashion, so raid your mom’s jewellery box and dig out the jhumkas, chokers, mangtikkas and anklets. These beautiful pieces will help to accentuate your look, no matter what you chose to wear. But, do not try to wear everything at one go, especially if you have chosen a heavy and dazzling attire. If your outfit is heavy then focus on one statement piece of jewellery to wear.

Choose stylish footwear

Choose stylish footwear
Choose stylish footwear

Well, if you have planned out everything with perfection then do not ignore your footwear. A good footwear can make or break your entire look. So, leave some budget aside to invest in a beautiful footwear that complements your dress and enhances your look. Buy yourself a nice pair of Punjabi jootis, strappy heels to go with your ethnic wear. While you can opt for pumps or peep-toe to match an indo-western outfit. If you have basic colours such as nude, black, white, silver, gold and cherry tone then you are done with your collection.

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Let your skin glow

skin glow
Let your skin glow

Make sure you are through with your hair spa session and glow peels, a day before Diwali. Besides the routine treatments, you can also go for a body polishing session to radiate a glow from head to toe. Also, get some trendy nail arts done on your fingers. You can also get some highlights done in your hair to jazz up your look.

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