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Here are ways to look your best this Diwali

THE ASIAN AGE
Published : Oct 16, 2017, 3:47 pm IST
Updated : Oct 16, 2017, 5:15 pm IST

Fashion expert shares tips for a dazzling look during this Festival of Lights

 Anjali Jena, an upcoming fashion designer based out of Mumbai shares fashion tips to look their best this Diwali.
  Anjali Jena, an upcoming fashion designer based out of Mumbai shares fashion tips to look their best this Diwali.

The festival of lights is back. It is that time of the year where everyone brims with shine and sparkle. The diyas, lanterns, and savories enthralls us with excitement and fun.

However, we are here to add some glam and glitter to your attire and offer you a cool mix of tradition with today! So, gear up with this contemporary couture to jazz up your wardrobe and celebrate the triumph of good over evil

Jacket:  An ethnic attire with a Jacket! A lehenga worn with a crop top well coalesced with a jacket, is a perfect festive outfit. Choose from your stylish assortment of jackets and pump up your fashion meter.

An Indo-western dress by Anjali JenaAn Indo-western dress by Anjali Jena

Skirt: Want to take a break from the monotony and skip the lehenga? Try some splendid plum skirt and jazz it up with a gold cape embellished with golden flowers. You don’t need to carry any dupatta. We avoid the cape to avoid sticking to conventional ways. Revamp your dressing style this Diwali by adding some modern drama to your ethnic attire.

Saree: The nine yards of ageless beauty are a permanent gem in every Indian woman’s wardrobe. This Diwali open up your mom’s closet and take out your favorite color from her wedding collection. For a change get in tune with modern yet Indian look and add a glint of style to your saree by wearing a milter blazer and let the jaws drop!

An Indo-western Kurti by Anjali JenaAn Indo-western Kurti by Anjali Jena

Indo ethnic kurti: An Indo Ethnic kurta never goes out of fashion. It’s  like a never-runs-out-of-fashion and dependable attire. This season try this out with a blend of mirrors, trendy tassels, fringes and laces. Some flares and even some asymmetrical and stylish cutout at the bottom of a long kurti would add to your indo-western zinc and a little boho touch, all you want this season.

Designer Anjali JenaDesigner Anjali Jena

Palazzo & dhoti: This Diwali let’s go stylish yet desi with a dhoti. The white dhoti pants paired up with a long shrug and some embroidered blouse is a glam fit for this season. Deck out yourself like a stylish desi chic and don’t worry for the breaking hearts! Match a palazzo with a short kurta and yes you are ready to rock!! Go simple or monochrome with your suit and adorn it with a bright dupatta in bold prints or neon colors or embroideries like Phulkari. Let’s bid farewell to those heavy outfits and step into the most comfy look for this. Let one piece in your outfit take the limelight.

Aren’t you already geared up to try these outfits to up your glam quote? So all you girls get your hands on these chic look and soar the temperature with your hotness. Add some drama and be the sexy siren this Diwali. Happy Diwali!

The article has been written by Anjali Jena, an upcoming fashion designer based out of Mumbai.

An Indo-western dress by Anjali JenaAn Indo-western Kurti by Anjali JenaDesigner Anjali Jena

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