8 Fabulous Diwali Attire Ideas

November 3, 2018 at 12:30 pm |

Diwali is right here, and so am I with a blog post on fabulous Diwali attire ideas.
Almost like a clockwork.

 

I have come up with a variety of options this time. Traditional, contemporary, feminine, indo-western, well let’s just say…something for everyone.

 

And here they are:

 

  1. Colour block with a midi skirt and a shirt

    Opt for bright colours in Diwali. You will never go wrong with a combination of mustard yellow and turquoise.
    Wear a gorgeous pleated mustard yellow midi skirt with a bright and vivid turquoise shirt.

    Shop the:

    Skirt: Untouched
    Shirt: Untouched

     

     

    2. Pair a gorgeous blazer with an ethnic palazzo

    You need a hassle-free outfit when you are out bursting crackers and celebrating with your friends and family, but still, need to look good.
    A brocade blazer with an ethnic palazzo is the best way to go.

    Shop the:

    Brocade blazer: Untouched
    Palazzo: Globus

 

3. Lehenga/Skirt with a colourful and vibrant festive shirt

I love pairing my lehenga/skirts with shirts and I make sure I fold up the cuff, looks really smart that way. Opt for a bright shirt with a lot of luminance and pair it up with a contrasting long skirt. Accessorize with a long jhumka and don’t forget to wear a bindi.

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Shirt: Untouched
Skirt: Globus

 

4. Maxi dress with a gorgeous brocade waist belt

How do you make a casual maxi dress festive?
You just add a beautiful obi waist belt made out of brocade.
It immediately jazzes up an otherwise laid-back outfit.

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Belt: Contact Untouched to place an order
Maxi dress: Globus

 

5. Midi skirt and a beautiful crop top

Midi skirts are my favourite go-to when it comes to a contemporary outfit. Pair up a gorgeous brocade midi skirt with a stunning crop top, accessorize it as you see fit and your Diwali outfit is ready.

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Skirt: Untouched
Crop top: Globus

 

6. Go full-on traditional with a stunning long skirt, crop top, and dupatta combo

Whenever you go for a 3-piece outfit, make sure the colours balance each other.
You can never go wrong with a mustard yellow, fuchsia pink and royal blue colour combination.

Shop the:

Crop top: Untouched
Long skirt: Globus
Dupatta: Flea market

 

7. Wear a dress as a kurta with an elegant pair of ethnic pants

If you are bored with your existing kurtas, wear a dress like one. Pair an anti-fit dress with a beautiful pair of pants and you have gotten yourself a really smart and chic outfit.

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Anti-fit dress: Untouched
Ethnic pants: Globus

 

8. Layer a maxi dress with a vibrant cape

If you have a casual maxi dress, you can immediately spruce it up and jazz it up with a colourful and dazzling silk cape.
The sheen of the silk and the colour will unquestionably make heads turn.

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Silk cape: Untouched
Maxi dress: Globus

 

These are a few of my personal favourite looks for Diwali.
Let me know in the comments, what is your most liked Diwali attire.

 

You can also check some more ethnic outfit options here.

 

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