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DIWALI DECK UP YOUR TRENDS

DIWALI TRENDS TO FOCUS ON

Diwali is one of the biggest festivals of our country plus it’s known for its illuminance. The cooling weather, let’s us rock the heaviest of the ethnic wear with all the jewelry owned by us. Diwali season never stops with the new moon celebration of Diwali rather it extends till the full moon of the month. So you’ve a lot of time to showcase the entire Diwali collection.

However, every year Diwali brings something new and so are the trends in fashion. Here’s the guidelines to look brighter than the diyas , this Diwali.

1. Prints Are In :

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Embellishment takes a backseat or is reduced to some occasional patches here & there. Prints are the new sensation in these diwali season & winters. For a beautiful festive look you can try the traditional colors in their bolder shades. You can always go for a little but synchronized bling , after all it’s all about lights.

From Printed tops, to skirts, kurtis everything is in this diwali season. Use bolder prints new on neutral background & pair your winter wear with it.

2. Ciggrette Pants

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Cigarette pants, launched a little ago, as an option for the leggings, is now gaining popularity.

What’s the difference between the two? Cigarette pants aren’t a copy of churidars like the leggings. Cigarette pants are 100 % cotton whereas leggings are manufactured with hosiery fabric. So, those who find leggings suffocating for the legs, cigarette pants though a bit expensive, can help you stroll around comfortably. Bonus: they’re ultra trendy and makes your lower limbs look slimmer too. They pair beautifully with traditional kurtis & anarkalis. And will suit your style in this diwali.

3. Skirts Aren't Out

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Yes, the girlish attire is another western option you can choose instead of the heavy traditional lehenga. Skirts are available in all hues and patterns, even with embellishments, with strings or with stylish belts, choose the one you like.

Pair them with crop tops and here you’ve a lighter but comfortable version of the evergreen lehenga choli.

Skirts are definitely going to stay even in 2019 as they can be worn with crop tops, off shoulder tops and even kurti tops. Be ready for this diwali with trending wardrobe.

4. PALAZZOS

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Remember the Garara our grand mothers wore in those vintage black & white photographs?

Palazzo have gained popularity as it’s very comfortable for the Indian climate and isn’t body hugging like the leggings, leaves ample room for the aeration.

Palazzo is revamped, as the modern age Garara to suit with the traditional Indian tops and cholis. Palazzo with border of zari or mirrors at the end of the pants paired with a long choli completes the vintage look, apt for the festive season. It’s best dress to put on specially this diwali, if you’re going to dance on the floor as it’s not bulky like the lehenga.

5. Maxi Dress

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Long dress or maxi dress trends this diwali as it’s popularly known as, is another craze this year. It’s available in all designs- rabes, frill, slits & plain. Choose as your body shape, occasion & budget.

Maxi dress is best for those who’ve tiny figure, geometric patterns, in horizontal plain can make you seem taller.

The most important part of fashion, is always follow your own rules and keep the occasion in mind.

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