Diwali is called the ‘festival of lights’. People usually associate diwali to lights, fire crackers and sweets. But if you look at it the other way there is one more thing to look forward to – the clothes. Everyone tries to look their festive best. It is this festival in which people visit all their relatives, thus one can say it is the best time of the year to show off your new clothes. This article is for those women who do not follow fashion trends blindly to facilitate them to attempt to look hotter than usual this diwali. As a pragmatist, however, I know that people usually moderate others based on the outward appearance.
I am making it simpler for all the ladies out there by tracking down top 3 completely different trends this festive season –
Try out floral Look this Festive Season- This might be your last opportunity this year to be summerish in your outfit. Sport floral colors and cuts. Floral is nowadays in style. Recently a display of Billimoria’s (Bridal expert) was done on the onset of Diwali. She is well known for being trendy in the fashion circuit. She has dressed the likes of Hema Malini, Ameesha Patel, Shibani Kashyap, and many more. The collection of Ruhani also resembled the same thing. Ruhani’s festive collection is experimentation with colors having bright color palettes of pinks and reds to fresh line greens. With floral as the theme, Ruhani has given a spanking new breath of air to its designs.
Keep it Simple, Salwar Kameez-Keeping in mind he ethnic spirit, Salwar Kameez is one of the choices that is simple, easy to wear and Hassle free thus nabling you to keep up with the busy diwali day. So wear Indian clothes in the form of flared silhouettes in opulent fabrics such as georgettes, hand wovern trims, chanderi etc to showcase its classiness .
Try out few combinations of bottoms and dupattas Keep the suit dull and beautify it with a vivid dupatta in neon colors. Two possible combinations are: A ghagra with a long slit kurta OR a palazzo with a short kurta.