New Delhi [India], Nov 1: Trying to put together something to wear on Diwali? It can be tricky to pick just the right dress that perfectly radiate the festive vibes. Well, look no further, this Diwali, ditch the 'same old, same old' because we have some quirky indo-western ideas to perfect your festive look.
Off shoulder with Ghagra/Saree: Yes, flaunt those collarbones ladies! Teaming a simply stitched blouse with your saree every time can get boring. Why go for same old when you can turn heads with this new and fresh combination? If you don't want to go through the pain of getting an off-shoulder stitched, just go with a crop top which can easily be bought from a number of apparel stores.
Anarkali without bottoms, paired with leather belt: Some styles never go out of fashion, and Anarkali is one of them, evergreen and ever elegant. But nobody is stopping you from experimenting. This year, go for a fresh Diwali look by pairing up your Anarkali with a trendy leather belt. And while you are at it, don't forget to ditch those pajamas. Throw in some chunky statement jewellery and you are good to go.
Long cape/jacket over lehenga: This boho-ethnic style will definitely help you raise the glamour quotient. Take the lehenga that you have decided to rock for Diwali and replace the dupatta with a stunning jacket or a cape. The combination is all that matters here. Take a simple lehenga and pair it up with a heavy denim jacket, or take a heavy lehenga and add a relatively simpler cape to it.
Turtleneck with Saree/Ghagra: There is nothing quirkier than using your everyday clothes to put together a brand new look. Take out that turtleneck from your closet and team it up with a nice saree or Ghagra. Choose the right colour combination and you can never go wrong with this one.
Off Shoulders with Sharara pants: Heavy sharara pants with basic off shoulder top can turn out to be a very chic combination. It could be a simple white off-shoulder top paired with navy blue ethnic sharara pants and navy blue dupatta. Jazz it up with some heavy jhumkas and you are good to go.
Shirt with Long skirt/Saree: Why go out for shopping when you have a closet full of clothes? To rock this look, all you need is a shirt; borrow one from your brother if you don't have it, and an ethnic long skirt or saree. Mix it all together for a fabulous Diwali look.
Ethnic print meets pantsuit: This is where you can let it loose and experiment. A combination of fabrics in ethnic patterns and pantsuit style can do wonders if put together carefully. You get to be the boss and choose the material and the style.
Now that we have got you all covered, go light up your Diwali looking like a total diva! (ANI)