This Diwali up your style game

The countdown for Diwali has already begun, and its already time for get-togethers, and parties with friends and family. That means it’s time to pay attention to the clothes that you are going to wear on this festive season. You don’t want to be boring, but at the same time, you don’t want to overdo it, you want to look chic but not too jazzy. Deciding the perfect outfit is a tedious task! To solve your ‘I don’t have anything to wear this Diwali’ woes, we give you a list of looks that will help you look chic and classy. So, if you have not decided yet what you want to wear on Diwali, here is the list of looks you can choose from:

Using your old lehenga in a different way

Let’s face it we all have super expensive lehengas lying somewhere in our wardrobe and are crying for us to wear them again. Either they too heavy for the occasion or we have already worn them multiple times that we don’t wish to wear them again. So, why not style them in a different way? Jaipur-based popular fashion blogger, Chitrangi Sharma (mydesipandora) suggests several options, in which you can we can use your old lehenga, and people will just look at you in awe. You can team up your lehenga with a shirt, a plain crop top or even your professional coat.

Style your saree with a belt

Kamarbandh has been a part of our traditional style since the beginning. Earlier, ladies used to accessorize their sarees with kamarbandh. But now, our traditional kamarbandh has changed to a fancy belt.  From celebrities like Shilpa Shetty, Genelia D’Souza Deshmukh, Karisma Kapoor to Sania Mirza, all have chosen to style their saree with a waist belt.  You can don your basic saree and style it with a chic belt. You will definitely look trendy.

Teaming plazzo with a crop top

Turn all the head with this interesting ensemble, crop top with palazzo pants. This style will give a perfect chic look. You can team it up with a plain long ethnic jacket or net dupatta. Round off the look with a pair of stud earrings and minimal makeup with nude lips.

Sharara with bustier and long jacket

The sharara is trending across all festivals and occasion wear. It is a trend that has come back in fashion and is one that screams comfort and chic. Speaking of the latest fashion this Diwali, pair the sharara with a bustier top and flared jacket. The jacket comes in lieu of a dupatta. 

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