Diwali ready !
It is that time of the year when the lights of happiness overpower any kind of darkness in and around us. Diwali being the festival of lights not only brightens up our lives but also surrounds us with immense positivity. Diwali is special to everyone for more than one reason. Being a fashion lover, Diwali gives me a reason to shop which I absolutely love . Picking up the perfect outfit for Diwali can be tricky, I know. This year, I thought I would keep my options open and ended up with three different ensembles. I want you guys to let me know which one you liked the most.
You guys know that I love Indo -western style. So, here, I have gone for a simple yet elegant look. I have paired a top which has this beautiful low high hem and an amazing flared pattern at the back with a printed patiala . The golden kolhapuris are definitely the cherry on cake.
Ethnic blouse and flared bottoms together just rocked the look in every way possible. The colour combination of classic red and black made the match even more perfect.This whole look is inspired by the 90's, so,the touch of the maang tika was therefore, inevitable.
After doing a bit of experiment with indo - western style , I wanted to keep my last option entirely enthic ,something, beautiful and classy. So, I paired this off-shoulder ethnic blouse with a pretty pink lahenga. I added my favourite jhumkas, pearl and golden bangles, a golden choker and a red bindi to complete the look.
Here is a lookbook video with these outfits that I have created for you guys . Enjoy!
My Diwali days are sorted with these looks and I hope I could sort yours with these looks. I hope you guys enjoyed the post. I love you guys so much .Happy Diwali!
Photos - Biswaroop Sarkar
Outfit details Look1 Crop top - Max Fashion Skirt - 9rasa, Myntra
Look2 Top - Allaboutyou by deepika , Jabong Patiala - Max Fashion Earrings - Hatibagan, Kolkata
Look3 Top - Max Fashion Flared Bottoms - Koovs