Diwali is officially the time of the year where you get to go for parties donning your Indian best. While not all of us ALWAYS want to keep it desi to its extreme, we’re giving you a touch of being stylish and desi, while keeping your pockets light. Get inspired from these super stylish celebrities to create a version of your own
Scroll down as we point out all the commandments you need to keep in mind to get dressed this festive season—
You could stitch benarasi brocade pants and pair it with an oversized silk shirt in the same hue just like Neha Dhupia in this Raw Mango attire. You could accessorise this look with a pair of earrings or stack up some arm candy.
Cut your mom’s old benarsi or kanjeevaram to make a maxi out of it. We’re totally digging this Raw Mango creation on Kiran Rao. Add a pop of color on your lips, a potli bag, and dainty earrings to style this look for Diwali.
Pair a solid colored jumpsuit with an indie motif, floor-length jacket. Accessorise it by layering it with necklaces and could also add juutis to this look give it a festive upgrade.
Match your tank top to your palazzo pants for that monotone inner attire. Add a contrasting long jacket to this look. Bright red lips, sleek straight hair, and chunky silver jewelry will be the perfect way to style this look.
Floor-length anakarli is a must in every wardrobe! If you’re looking to get one stitched, here’s a cool design to replicate. Stitch your anarkali with a panel of print and embellishments it on the sides. Style this round collared outfit with jhumkas and a bindi to complete this impactful desi look.
Hope this post was helpful in helping you dress better for Diwali:)