Nov 02 , 2021
Diwali is the festival of lights, celebration and dressing up. Its colourful, bright and brings positivity and happiness. We love to celebrate it with friends and family at home and colleagues at work. Wearing new clothes is the excitement for all. Everyone starts planning their Diwali outfits days before the event.
After last year’s pandemic and celebrating all festivals at home this year is going to be a blast out of the past. It can be easily seen by the rush in markets, grand décor in homes and fairy lights everywhere. People are trying to makeup everything that they couldn’t do last year.
Have you still not decided what you want to wear for this Diwali? Don’t panic, here are some style tips and outfit ideas that is a must try for you all.
Anarkali’s With Pants:
Anarkali will always be the classic fashion. Its not a fad to go away. This year, style a Anarkali with pants and palazzo instead of leggings and churidars. Pants gives it the necessary edge that will give you the extra glow this Diwali. So go fast and grab one from wardrobe and style it up with accessories.
Sharara And Gharara:
Sharara and gharara made an entry last year but it’s going to stay here for long. Short peplum kurti flaunts all curves and edges and the flowy and tired palazzo gives the look of skirt but comfort of pants. Wear a strappy one, or a sleeveless or if feeling cold wear quarter and full sleeves. Step it up with a dupatta if you want and you are ready to shine.
Be a glam diva and spice up your look with long shrugs and jackets. Pair it up with jeans for a casual festive day or wear a matching jacket to your skirt and palazzo. It will not only keep you warm from the sweet cold but will also fun up your fashion game. There are different styles and designs available in the market. You can also get it made customized as per your demands. So, what are you waiting for? Go and grab one as fast as you can.
Saree With Pants:
Saree pants are a favourite for everyone who wants to look traditional but with a modern twist. It is slowly becoming a classic fashion style. You can also experiment this experimental look by layering a jacket over it. This look leads you to style your saree in multiple way. You can even style it with a dupatta if you don’t own a saree. Accessories it with heavy necklace and earrings. And don’t forget to wear statement rings to top the look.
Heavy Embroidered Front Open Kurtas:
Jacket kurtas are very in this season. It has a very royal vibe. You should get one if you are craving for that festive feel. Wear a palazzo or a dhoti pants underneath and you are ready to glow. Style it up with chandbali and a beautiful ring and you are all set to flaunt. Get new latest women collection at Urban Alien.
When is florals not in style? Always. Either get mini prints or big florals, it will always keep you trendy. There’s a wide range to select from as nearly every silhouette include florals. And why it won’t? Its everyone favourite. Get one in pastel or bright colours, wear a saree or an Anarkali. Whatever you wear you will look beautiful in that. Wear matching accessories and be a fashionista.
Long gone is the time when people wore basic outfits. Now everyone likes to experiment with statement pieces. People want to have their unique style which gives makes them bold and gives them confidence. So, this Diwali is all about statement sleeves, asymmetric pieces and unique silhouettes.
Tunics And Blouses:
Tired with heavy lehengas and anarkalis and want to try something easy, breezy and stylish, don’t worry, we have got you covered. Get a range of simple cotton tunics or short Kurtis and accessorize it heavily for that festive look. You can also wear a matching shirt underneath your sharara set and look chic yet traditional. Style up a tunic with dhoti pants and edge up your style with comfort. There’s a lot to experiment from so don’t bound yourself to fixed norms.
Crop Top and Pants:
This Diwali don’t only burn patakhas but be a patakha with a pair of crop top and pants. Crop top and pants are not only limited to western style but to Indian as well. Get a heavy embroidered crop top with or a brocade and embroidered palazzo pants. Style it up with dangler earrings and heels.
O my my! Jumpsuits are now not only limited to western wear but it comes as a ethnic wear as well. With the growth of jumpsuit likings, designers are experimenting a lot with traditional look and modern silhoutte. Now look a fashionista with this new look and stand out in a crowd. Jumpsuit are a must for all the girls out there who are bored of kurtas and lehengas. Style it up with choker and nice hairdo and you are ready to go.
Brocade is a thick, weight, fancy and expensive material with traditional feels to itself. Its evergreen and everyone’s favourite. You can make a kurta or a pant or a blouse and it will give you the perfect festive and traditional vibe that you need for this Diwali. They are available in different colours and patterns and you get to choose from a variety. These are a must keep in your wardrobe so go and grab one from the market.
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- Written by Rupa Choudhary (Fashion Designer)