FashionTrends Apparels

5 sought after Diwali trends


A few ways you can get your festive wardrobe sorted.

The Festive Colours

To play safe this season, opt for the evergreen classic colours of celebration. Classic silhouettes with a rich red, pink purple-hued lehenga or saree from Jayanti Reddy, paired with some statement pieces and a classic jutti, can never go wrong with the fashion quotient!

Go Mirror-worked

If you are bored of the mainstream, go bold with mirror work and 3D floral designs. These shararas and lehengas by Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor let you skip on the itching and uncomfortable heavy jewellery. Couple them with a quintessential potli bag and you are ready to grab all the spotlight.

The Elegant Embroidery

Graceful and delicate, the embroidery is one technique that will never see the dark of the time. With a tremendous variety in designs as well as silhouettes you can go experimental or enjoy the classic. Intricate and beautiful pieces by Ridhi Mehra would definitely turn heads this Diwali!

Simple goes a long way


Simplicity is often considered the ornament of beauty. And simple does not have to be plain, opt for the serene colours by Devnaagri and LOKA by Veerali Raveshia and pair them up with traditional or experimental jewellery to complete the look.

Retro ruffles

Ruffles are the new sleeves. Ruffles are a great way to add that oomph factor to your festive outfit. The outfits from Anushka Bajaj are different and exciting yet festive and chic. Dress them up with classic pearls or diamonds and be the life of the party!

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