Ah! Another year, another round of festivities. With Durga Pujo and Navratri just gone, everyone is gearing for Diwali. But how can we move forward without offering you some fashionably stylish tips to sail through the festive season?
If for you, celebrations are just another way to glam up, then Kajol brings a lot of sartorial inspiration. Embody the joyous spirit that fills the air and opt for rich hues that are not only a treat to the eyes but break the monotony for fashion onlookers. As you play contrast in two-tones and hang around in monochrome, however you feel the day, don’t forget to staple your look with a potli bag. Adorn your hair with flowers or not, quirk them up with a pony or a bun.
Like sunlight itself caught and woven into fabric, Rani Mukerji looks radiant in her Chanderi sari.
If you love yourself some sartorial experimenting, follow this actor’s footsteps and cling onto something white. Yes, the colour IS fabulously festive, contrary to popular belief, at least for the fashion flock.
Celebrate not only the occasion but also the history and intricacy of the treasured Indian handloom that Benarasi brocade is, as you carry the timeless appeal of the zari-woven silk like Rani.
If you’re the girl who knows how to pass the maximum in her minimalist manouvers then Alia Bhatt’s hand painted organza saree must be giving you the chills. If you’re looking to switch up the vibe, make an entree in a Bhatt inspired ensemble.
If you’re a Desi girl who loves her suit salwar then Priyanka Chopra’s Pujo look is for you! Strike the perfect balance between conventional and contemporary by pairing your traditional favourite with the reinvented version of the salwar and skipping the dupatta just like her. Know that one can easily pack this look to a friend’s engagement, your Diwali cards party and even an evening gala at the office.