Things To Remember While Picking Indian Diwali Outfits
Remember that it’s almost a week-long festival. You need to literally hoard new dresses. Come on! Don’t be a miser. It’s Diwali. Shop for it.
Pick your outfits for the five days of Diwali carefully. Those days are – Dhanteras, Choti Diwali, Laxmi Puja, Govardhan Pooja and Bhai Dooj.
Make sure you wear hassle-free outfits on the Diwali night. You need to be safe. Don’t let that dupatta or saree pallu come in the way and initiate an accident. Pin it up properly.
Top Indian Diwali Outfit Ideas
Go all traditional
Go through your mother’s wardrobe and pick up a silk saree or purchase a new one for the main day. Diwali is all about staying true to your traditions and celebrating the festival in the traditional way. A silk saree would help you do that in the best possible manner.
Pick bright happy shades like green, pink and yellow.
2. Fusion For The Festival Of Lights
If you don’t want to go completely traditional and want to stay true to your preferred modern western style, you can opt for fusion wear. Combine a dupion silk printed lehenga skirt with a crop top of your choice.
Any golden or silver sequined top would work and help you achieve the perfect indo-western look. Go for it!
3. A Cotton Straight Suit For The Celebration Time
When you’re done with the Laxmi Puja, you will certainly prepare for the party. For a lot of you, bursting crackers is a part of it. If you’re going to indulge in that (We’re not judging), you better wear something comfy and careful. A nice cotton Jaipuri printed suit can be a good pick. Make sure you tie the dupatta properly so that it doesn’t come in the way.
4. Bright Simple Shades For Diwali Shopping Outings
There’s a lot of shopping to do before Diwali. Whether it’s the Dhanteras shopping or the Diwali decor shopping, you will need to step out and do a lot of walking. Palazzo suits are comfortable picks for such occasions. They let you move around with ease and still get your style game on point with embroidered dupattas and well-placed neck and sleeves embroidery.
5. Fresh Anarkali For The Choti Diwali
Plain suits are in vogue. A plain Anarkali with nice flares but minimal embroidery is a good pick. Add to it a contrast embroidered dupatta and you have your perfect Diwali outfit. You can wear it on Choti Diwali or even on the main eve if you like such a sophisticated style.
6. The Golden Classic Suit
Even when we know how jacket style suits are extremely popular, some of us just cannot accept the idea of wearing jacket style suits. They make us skeptical. How about the ones that just look like jacket style suits? Does that sound good? Sounds good as a Diwali outfit?
Indian Diwali outfits must be those bright shades or should have classic golden embroidery for complete grace. Keep that in mind.
7. Shandaar Chiffon Saree
We know that some of you just cannot leave their love for designer sarees. That’s why we have this chiffon saree from Shandaar movie collection by Vishal sarees for you. It’s a brilliant outfit with the right touch of gold and the right blue shade along with Mukesh work.
Those are our top 7 Indian Diwali outfit ideas. Tell us which one is your favorite.]]>