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Are you the one who always likes to follow the unconventional path?? Then this article is perfect for you. With Diwali round the corners, you have to sort out all your fashion woes. Well, if you bored with conventional ways of dressing up, then this post will help you at the last moment to assemble all the right pieces from your wardrobe and create a bomb look. In this article, I have created a list of 10 uncommon ways of dressing up for your Diwali bash. Keep reading to know more.
1. Saree with Pants:
For a moment, forget about draping your saree over a petticoat. This Diwali, It’s time to feel more comfy while walking and bid a farewell to common ways of dressing up. Flaunt your favourite saree with pants which will give you a sleeker, curvier and well-fitted look. Wearing this is similar to how you wear over a petticoat, but the ease in movement with pants underneath can’t be explained in words! Give it a try and opt for satin fabric for more comfort.
2. The new-age T-shirt blouse:
Gone are those days when we were limited to wearing only belly-revealing deep cut blouses. Embrace the new twist to the fashion game with the inception of T-shirts to be worn as blouse. This is a major style inspiration from none other than Sabyasachi. Not only does it glam up your look to a different level but it is also quite wearable. Choose sequins or quirky prints to amplify this look. Also, team this look with proper jewelry and accessories.
3. The sharara look:
This Diwali, say hello to ghagras. The shararas have made a huge comeback in the fashion world and we have also spotted out favourite B-town ladies flaunting the same. It not only looks truly elegant but it is also quite fashionable these days!
4. Dhoti Dress:
Now comes the real twist of wearing a dress. If you are bored with wearing normal ethnic dresses and want to look different this time, then try the unique dhoti dress this Diwali. Go for some bright colours for a super chic look. You can also opt embroidered pattern on your dress. Don’t forget to pair this look with right accessories and footwear.
5. Kurta with Long skirt:
Kurtas with churidaars or well-fitted pants are things of bygone era. Go unconventional this festive season by pairing a kurta with your beautiful long skirt. It will so unique that the outfit itself will speak that you are rightly dressed for Diwali. Also invest in proper accessories to enhance this look well. You can try different cuts and patterns of kurtas. This season, the asymmetric cuts are raging everywhere. You can team up a gold printed asymmetrical kurti with a bright coloured long skirt to rock the Diwali look with perfection.
6. Off-shoulder fever:
If you keep yourself well updated with fashion trends, then you must be knowing that year has the year of off-shoulder clothing items. But how can you give an ethnic feel to off shoulders?? Too easy!! Just team your look with an off shoulder kurta and wear churidaars or well-fitted pants in the bottom. You should wear some gold or silver bangles with this look, don’t go for heavy necklaces. Instead of pants, you can also wear umbrella skirts and you are all set for the party!!
7. Crop top with Palazzo:
You must have worn crop tops with skirts, pants or jeggings. If you don’t like dressing up heavy for the festive season and mostly want minimalistic look which gives a flavor of uniqueness as well, then try crop top with palazzos. This will give a cool fusion look to your outfit. Go for broad palazzos that will give the illusion of as if you are wearing a long skirt. Also, wear heavy earrings and go for messy bun with this look to give the perfect finish.
8. White is the new black:
Don’t like wearing too bright colours for the festive season??? Then, blindly follow our fashion diva, Sonam Kapoor and you won’t regret it. Wear an Indo-western white-coloured saree with gold sequined work in it and steal the limelight from others at any Diwali bash. This is a very minimalistic look yet it looks quite fanciful. When you don’t know what colour you should choose, white is the safest option to choose from and it will never create a fashion blunder for you!! I was going ga-ga with this particular look of Sonam where she looked like an enchantress in white and the way she draped the saree was also outstanding!!
9. Dhoti pants with Crop top:
The dhoti style pants with matching crop tops will solve all your fashion woes for Diwali. It is the best time to experiment with colours, so with this look don’t go for too dark colours. Wear subtle hues of peach or beige and slay with confidence. After all, it is the confidence that matters the most right!!
10. The power of asymmetry:
Bring out the best in you with asymmetrical cuts. Be it a dress or a dazzling gown, a normal top or a kurti, you can never go wrong with asymmetric cuts. They look so unique and are worthy to be invested upon. Pair an asymmetric kurti (mostly in bright colours) with palazzos or dhoti pants and shine as bright as the Diwali diyas. You can also add a plain jacket or shrug over this to enhance the look. With this look, wear a pair of chandbali earrings, a gold clutch and a messy hair-updo and you are set for the party!
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