And here comes the year’s most awaited festival! Diwali is the only festival where children’s to adults all enjoy the celebration together. Diwali is all about happiness, fun and party time! But this festive season it’s time to play fashion. Dive into the world of ethnic outfits and make yourself look gorgeous for card parties or family get-togethers. I know you have gone crazy finding the trendy and latest Diwali outfit ideas online but dint find any help. Here I have a complete guide for Diwali that will definitely help you style yourself.
Types of Diwali Outfits
It is very important to wear something that is traditional on Diwali. Nothing can be better that a saree. Go for the saree colour on the basis of your skin tone. But a red chiffon saree will never go wrong instead it will make the centre of attraction. If you don’t like plain sarees try to go for printed ones with good embroidered borders.
2. Salwar Suit:
If you are not comfortable with carrying a saree all day than salwar suit is the best option for you. Go for bright colours like yellow, pink or orange with good dupatta that compliments your outfit. Make sure your salwar suit is not very simple or too heavy go for a subtle one.
For all the fashionista out there who want some fashionable twist while styling for Diwali skirt and crop is the idle outfit for you. It helps you to keep your look traditional with a western fusion. Try to go for good colour contrast to enhance your look.
Diwali Outfit Materials
It is very important to go for the outfit made of good material that flatters your body shape. Wrong outfit material can break the final look of your attire and also yours. Many prints and embroidery don’t go well with all materials and colours. Don’t get yourself an oversized tailored outfit as it can ruin your ethnic look. Tight-fitted dress is a big no as it will make you uncomfortable and also won’t look good.
Footwear For Diwali
I have mentioned this in my earlier blogs too; never go for casuals like slip on or sneakers on Indian ethnic outfits. All the outfits I mentioned above are supposed to be style with stylish heels, sandals or wedges. Mojari and jutti is the traditional footwear that goes very well with almost all ethnic outfits. If you can find a good pair of heels just grab one jutti and you are all set to rock Diwali celebration.
Accessories For Diwali
Your final look is incomplete without accessorizing yourself. You can’t wear any Indian accessories on any outfit as some look gorgeous on particular attires. Go for necklace and bangles on saree and style jhumka and nose ring with salwar suit. Try to accessorise kurti with bracelet and payal and gown with maang tikka and rings. Skirt and crop is a fusion outfit thus go for a haath phool and stud earrings. Bindi will go with any ethnic wear gracefully.
Makeup For Diwali
Going empty handed for diwali party and family get-together is really a bad idea. Carrying along a small gift is a very good gesture as it strengthens the relationship and impresses the host. Here are few Diwali gifting ideas you can go for:
2. Homemade Chocolates for Diwali
3. Dry fruits
4. Flower Bouquets
5. Home Decor