It Is Time To Look Stunning This Diwali
Diwali, the festival of lights that comes every year and bring smiles with itself across the globe. Deciding what to wear among the five days of celebration becomes a difficult choice. So here is a list of trendy fusion outfits to style up your flight of fancy and create a manifest fusion look.
Ethnic Skirt/Palazzo Pants with Long Kurta & Luster Earrings
In the festival of lights when there are sparkles all around, discontinue the record this year by wearing a long plain kurta with printed palazzo or an ethnic skirt and balance the plain kurta with shimmer earrings that would give an overall glow to your look.
Lehenga with a Crop Top
A flawless spin can be given to your look by the unison of a light crop top with a hefty lehenga. This combination will look trendy as well as traditional and will make you stand out of the crowd in your coming up Diwali party.
In our country, saree is considered the most pleasing classic wear. Let’s make this festival happening by wearing our traditional wear with a twist. Worn like a gown a saree will make you look lush. Opt this outfit and look different in your next Diwali Kitty.
Dhoti Style Kurtis
Kurti is the first option that comes in mind whenever there is a traditional occasion because it offers a combination of comfort and style. However, you might become disinterested by wearing it again and again. This time you can choose a Dhoti kurta to steal the attention at the upcoming Dandiya Party in style.
Peacock feathers are symbolized as auspicious in the Hindu mythology. A peacock print skirt or palazzo paired with a white top or shirt or short kurta would be a perfect outfit for people chose to go with minimal makeup.
The best part about the trendy slit Kurtis is that they can be paired with a number of options like leggings, straight cut pants, dhoti pants, denim or even palazzos. Try this marvellous ethnic combination and be stylish and comfy at the same time.
So this Diwali try the above-mentioned fusion looks to try something you have never tried. Deck out in fashion for the festival of lights. Go traditional with a mix of modern bent with these Indian festival fusion outfits.