The festive season is back with a bang and our favourite festival is here, Diwali – the festival of lights. I’m sure most you must have brought your favourite things already but I know there are few like me who shop at end moment and confused half of the time what to buy! I can totally relate. Keeping the end moment style and ideas in mind I have styled 5 looks for everyone so that in this festival of light, you shine bright!
All you have to do is collect best of your jewels and bright colours that suits well. Let’s keep the talking for the next and start with the best.
1. Bow down to gown
Let me tell you, this is a long kurta and not a dress, yes and It looks amazing!
For this look, I got my red scarf with an amazing stone in the middle that styled my look, bindi and Nude lips completed my look.
2. Patiala House
Plain Patiala suit and beautifully embroidered dupatta, what else do you need?
I kept this look simply shiny, I accessorized it with simple diamond earing, kada and statement ring. To add my pinch I took my sliver earing and used it as a mang tikka, pretty good, right?
3. Magic colours.
I just love the colour combo here, it automatically enhances the look, giving the elegant style.
For this look, I paired my pain black Palazzo with a golden blouse with stones embroidered ( that worked as a neck piece) with that I took this gorgeous phulkari dupatta and styled it as a Cape, red bindi and brown lips did the rest.
4. Stay royal
If you guys are following me for a while, you guys must know how much I’m obsessed with royalties and their stuff. So how can I miss royal look especially in Diwali!
For this look, I got this elegant cream & golden anarkali and paired it with pink skirt making it the perfect combination. Well, I don’t Need to tell much because this mang tikka and nose pin are doing that fabulously. Still, to add more to the look, I got this golden neck piece and my statement ring.
5. Keep that goddess rocking.
Not everyone is fond of traditional clothes but festive season demands that so why not try it with your own touch?
For this look, I took this denim jacket knotting it I paired it with black leggings with leather straps, to add the Desi tadka I styled this hot red dupatta and draped it around like a half saree. I can’t do without bindi so that black bindi and bold neck piece were rocking.
I hope you guys like these looks, do try and twist things up. If you are trying any of these, don’t forget to tag me ( Instagram – thattallskinnygirl)
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Wishing everyone Happy and safe diwali. Keep your life bright without crackers #saynotocrackers
Pc – sahil_Shah21