Diwali, the festival of lights is back and ladies its time for you to look traditionally outstanding.
Here is a contemporary style just for you. Try Ivory colour long kurtha with golden work, palazzo pants and pair it with beautiful pearl polki maang tikka and kundam studs. Wear matching jootis to complete the look.
Yellow is the festive colour. For diwali try yellow lehanga or georgette saree. Yellow will make you look fairer when it reflects colour in the lights. Georgette will make you look slim. Pair yellow blouse with green lehanga or orange even pink will be good. These are good combinations that make you look beautiful this Diwali.
The pink dress with orange dupatta and zardosi work is a great combination. Zardosi work looks elegant and traditional. Gold colour on the pink dress will give it a complete look. Wear net dupatta as marriage season is coming you can use it later for another dress too and save money. Don’t forget to wear your traditional jewellery. Jhumkas are always perfect for any traditional Indian dress. Wear matching bangles too.
For any festival we Indians like wearing Red or Burgundy. These colours compliment our Indian skin tone very well. So ladies for the love of red try to keep it simple as red attracts lot of attention. Wear red saree with golden blouse or with black. Chand bali earrings are super combination to red saree. Wear a bun and flowers. You will look stunning.
There are many anarkalis in your closet. Once you wear it for one occasion you can’t wear it for another as we upload pics in fb and it everyone knows it. To renew your old anarkali into a new dress try this simple thing. It will work wonders. Just add a waist coat. This will give your dress a new look. Wear the waist coat the compliments your dress well. Black with gold coat suits for many anarkali dresses.