5 DIY OUTFIT IDEAS FOR DIWALI 2021
The one prime reason why fall looks even brighter and carnival, is Diwali. The bandwagon of decking up is for all, the houses, the dining tables, the lockers, and we just can’t miss on the humans! Definitely, this festival is everyone’s favorite.
Year’s best festival calls for the year’s best looks. Here are 5 looks that Andaaz Fashion has curated to make your Diwali look a voguish affair.
To get this look to grab a sharara pant and pair it up with a crop top. Now there are few tips for this look.
Going with the same colored sharara pant and crop top would give you a better look. The same color but different style is where one can experiment. Dramatic puffed sleeves, Deep V- neck, Halter neck, Spaghetti strap, and off-shoulders are some of the styles that can actually make you change the game.
The pants have their own crucial role. A fitted top would work fine with less flared sharara pants but a top with dramatic sleeves will only be enhanced with more flared sharara pants.
To accentuate the look one can simply go for multicolored Neck jewelry according to the neckline of the top.
A dupatta of a contrasting color can also be styled using a minimal belt.
In this, we have styled a look with an Anarkali Kurti and a dhoti. The length of the Kurti has to be above the ankle so the Dhoti can be visible enough to make you rock the look.
Now a boisterous festival like Diwali demands something more than just a Kurti and a dhoti!
To enhance the look carry an embroidered long jacket and use heavily embroidered lace as a belt also, a pair of embroidered earrings will not make you go overdress!
Grab your old lehenga but this time omit the dupatta! Instead of Dupatta, drape a saree. Night festivals like Diwali usually favor dark-colored outfits. A dark-colored saree will enhance itself if the lehenga is of light color.
To dominate the festive look one can go with layered oxidized jewelry.
Diwali is the perfect occasion to ditch the obvious festive outfit- Sherwani!
Get the look by styling Kurta Pajama with a printed prince coat or an old blazer. To give more to this look one can go with Patiala Kurta pajamas. For a minimal yet not-so-underdressed look, one can replace the prince coat with a heavily printed dupatta or a shawl too.
All the men who don’t want to put in lots of effort yet want to look good then this look is definitely for you! Simply replace your shirt with a plain kurta while letting your bottom be your everyday denim. Add a Nehru Jacket to this look and slip your feet into Kolhapuri chappals.
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