The Trending OOTD Ideas to Try This Holiday Season
The Festival of Lights is fast approaching and preparations for the great festival have begun. If you haven’t found the perfect Diwali outfit yet, here’s a tip.
For those who haven’t found the time to shop, check out these fashion trends and head to your favorite shopping app to find and add some of these items to your cart, or just grab some of the clothes from your wardrobe, throw them together and make it a day!
Here are some ideas of beautiful outfits that will bring out the divine diva in you this Diwali.
Drape it with a dhoti
A printed crop top to follow the trend of the world, associated with a matching dhoti “which has pockets!” is sure to turn heads.
Drape a dupatta or rag over it like a sari and you have the perfect Diwali outfit!
One Shoulder Tops
Looking for a trendy Diwali outfit? Take a one-shoulder top and pair it with palazzo or parallel pants, rustic jewelry and Here is, could you BE more dressed for Diwali?
You have a top of a Lehenga outfit in your wardrobe that you never had the chance to rehearse after a cousin’s wedding?
Now is the time to remove it and pair it with a fluid Bandhani skirt or pants and put the most dangling pair of earrings you have in your jewelry box. Set the stage on fire this Diwali!
Max this tunic
A halter that is also a tunic and goes down to the ankles like a fluid dress? Get out of here!
A maxi open back tunic, slit on the front and on the sides from the waist up is totally fashionable and will lengthen your legs. Pair it with parallel pants and block heels and you’ve got a screaming Diwali outfit right there!
Nothing says elegant like a simple European-Indian aesthetic in shades of white or pastel with a bit of solid color embroidery or a bit of sequin decoration.
A ruffle sleeve blouse with simple handcrafted patterns will go extremely well with a plain long skirt for Diwali.
An ivory-colored blouse with small embroidered mirrors on the top will go very well with a dark red, burgundy or navy blue drape Sari.
Any shade between white and beige would go well with the jumpsuit and the same can also be reversed with a darker shade blouse with embroidered mirrors with light colored fabric draped over it.
A gray blouse with gathered details at the waist, wrapped in an embellished belt would make a style statement this holiday season.
Try to pair it with a pair of palazzo pants and wear your Diwali outfit!
Peplums and palazzos
A dark chikankari or an embroidered peplum top with champagne-colored pants will get you in the mood for a photo marathon this holiday season.
Top it all off with a dramatic cluster ring and you are all set!
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