How To Dress Up For A Diwali Party
Party on the eve of the festival of lights; this calls for the brightest colors. Diwali party offers the chance to dazzle up in beautiful ethnic and traditional Indian outfits. Bright colored clothes reflect the joy and excitement of Diwali.
So, thinking about how to dress up for Diwali Party? Read on…
The traditional saree is the most versatile dress which is absolutely perfect for the traditional look during Diwali party. The classic combination of red and gold brocade saree will look fabulous. You can also try various other colour combinations. You can try colours like fuchsia, tangerine, violet and green. Choose fabrics which suit your body type. Also add a piece or two of jewellery to complete the look.
Bright coloured, midriff baring choli and a low cut lehenga will definitely up your style quotient. You can also put on a sequin embroidered, thread embroidery or mirror embroidered lehenga. Sheer dupatta will definitely add the elegance to this beautiful ensemble. Do not forget to add some bangles.
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Choose a bright coloured anarkali. You can pick one with a gold brocade border. An-empire line will accentuate your bust and stream line your torso. Wear a pin-striped one to slim down your waist and add length to your frame. Anarkalis are also comfortable for dancing, so you can wear them in such occasions as Sangeet nights too. Nowadays you can find anarkali in every possible colour and design. So, pick the one that suits your skin tone and accentuates your best features if you want to look great for a Diwali party.
A beautiful kurti will also be a great way to make a stylish impression. Pair it up with a gorgeous churidar and you are good to go. Choose the kurti in the hues of red, bright pink, purple etc., with chanderi and zari butta. You can also go for kurti having zardozi and kundan work or having brocade and gold print.
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You can try a short or low-back kurti with the classic sharara. Sharara is a fashion heritage which is from the 16-th century Mughal period.
Pick a lovely maxi dress with Indian embellishments and you will look beautiful and elegant.
For men, a silk kurta in a single bright shade coupled with a plain payjama will bring out your ethnic and traditional side for special occasions. Kurtas are also available with delicate prints which look very suave if carried off well.
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If you are going for a sophisticated look with your Kurta then pair it up with a well-fitted churidaar. This attire would definitely be able to grab the eyeballs of the fairer sex.
Denim and Kurta
If the party is a casual gathering of friends then team up your Kurta with your favorite pair of jeans and make a cool impression at the get-together.
Looking for an absolutely traditional look which had been carried on for years by our ancestors? Then pair your Kurta with a dhoti. It will definitely make you a stand out in crowd.
Bandh gala Jodhpuris matched with camel skin ‘jootis’ and you are ready to make the grand entrance at the Diwali party.
Totally suave, opt for one in a material that matches the festive mood. Get the waistcoat in silk or brocade, with a colour that goes well with your complexion.
Pathani suits can give you an easy relaxed look. It is available in a wide variety of fabrics and colours.
Other Diwali preparations
Preparing for an unforgettable Diwali? Take a look at our DIY crafts you can make for a perfect Diwali Party:
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