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Reshaping the Festive Wear with these Fashion Tips

Reshaping the Festive Wear with these Fashion Tips

With the festive lights all around and the nip in the air, a color we all are looking forward in these times i.e. the colorful positive vibes. Festivals will provide us the much-needed break from the sad and somber news.

Large gatherings and parties are now restricted to small and warm gatherings- the con is deeper conversations. Fashion is a statement which we make each day sometimes with intention and other times unintentionally. Be it wearing a bling earring with a subtle suit, sporting matching mask with your saree, wearing silver with every outfit as the new normal, a silk kurta with jeans or a cute watch. Thus, splashing some colors in our lives is what is the intent of fashion, it makes us feel good and chirpy. In tough times, we need to equip ourselves with these fashion hues and trends to end this pandemic at the earliest.

The first fashion must is follow the precautions (wear trendy mask, wash your hands, eat wisely and exercise) and taking utmost care as we swing into festive vibe and meet our relatives.

Add spunk with your fine jewelry

A beautiful neckpiece, a dazzling earring, a prominent metallic ring, a cute watch, chunky bangles can add oomph to your subtle salwar suit. These are inexpensive and defines our look so go for some accessory shopping to top it with your favorite festival outfit.

Kurta and dhoti/ pallozo pants

To add your own color to the festive bloom, this festive season go the unusual way by donning your favorite pastel color kurta along with dhoti. You can opt for a bandgala kurta with a dhoti pant and complement it with stilettos which will give you a tall, poise and elegant festive look.

Indo Western

If you are heading for a Diwali function or  for a wedding, you can look apart and your best with Anarkali, gowns, jacket style Anarkali, long skirts crafted from traditional Indian textiles like silk, batik, kamalkari for a formal yet a comfy look. Accessorize your look with traditional neckpiece, polka earrings, traditional juttis, traditional bangles. (red and green symbolic to good health and prosperity).

Lehengas

Magnificent and gorgeous lehengas will always be favorite outfit for a little girl or an elegant woman. If you are a fan of elegance and want to avoid bright hued colours for Diwali party or wedding, then go for pastel hued lehengas which are stylish and comfortable wear.  

Decking up in the tradition “best” Saree-

This festive season embrace the flowy and classic saree. Saree will always be in vogue. So, amp up your look with Kanjeevaram, gorgeous Georgette, jamdani, soft silk etc. You can let your hair be wavy and open or make a nice bun to enhance the look.

Even though, we all will be celebrating the colors of our festival mostly inside, that should not dampen the spirit to dress up and bring the riot of colors and sparkle in our lives. Wear clothes as per your body tight. If you are wearing a loose kurta, ensure you wear a fitted pant with the same. Adding a dash of light makeup, bindi, jutti/ stelloties, mangteeka will glam up the look. Remember to click lot of pictures with your wide smile and embrace your loved ones with your big heart. After all, festivals are a reminder of the spirit to care, share and spread love. Gifts are a just a gesture, so this festival strengthen your bond with a fresh start as we light diyas and frame the good moments with your loved ones.

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