Truly Is Not Any Occasion, That is not IMPROVED by wearing FESTIVE
This year, the festive fashion is all about being quintessentially Indian yet unique. It’s time to doll up and put your best ‘festive’ foot forward. The festive season means the latest attires to roll up your wardrobe, the latest trends to rule festivities and the latest looks u decked up by all these. So get ready to roll yourself this festive season with the latest trends here.
Whether it’s your six-yard, Anarkali, set of Jodhpuri pants and bralette or a regular churidar kurta, introduce a bit of your personality to your ensemble and you are ready to go. Experiment with trends like sheer, draped dupattas, off-shoulder, bralette blouses, frills, and ruffles to create a dreamy attire that’s suitable for a particularly festive occasion.
Want to get over regular festive colors like red, blue and green? Then, this is the perfect festive season we will see numerous citrus shades like lime green, pine green, bright orange,dusty-pink, icy blue, burgundy, and deeper shades of red like maroon, so are grey and gunmetal when it comes to metallic are all goes perfect to completely transform and compliment your mantra for a sophisticated glam look.
Saree gowns, dhoti sarees, and edgy crop tops and halter tops with dressy lehengas are ruling the runways. Exaggerated sleeves in the form of ruffled sleeves, victorian sleeves, floor-length sleeves on a lehenga blouse and oversized structured sleeves are easy ways to attract attention to your ensemble.
Here we go :
1 # NEOPRENE SARIS :
Neoprene saris are in vogue this festive season. Think modern-day goddesses sporting second-skin-like molded blouses, sari drape dresses, and paneled flare skirts. Pair these well-structured pieces with sharply constructed jackets. Make use of brocades, vintage Banarasi saris, hand embroidery and zari work to retain the festive feel. Go for the evergreen metallic palette of gold, silver, and copper accented with emerald, midnight blue, and wine. Complete with nude sun-kissed skin, a fishtail plait with a natural glow.
2 # PICK VINTAGE FLORALS
Let your contemporary silhouette exude the aura of the Nawabi era through classic, dreamy florals in watercolor hues of peach, pink and green. Choose evocative fabrics like handwoven ahimsa silk, delicate organza, and malmal. Enhance the look by adding a few details and subtle embellishments in the form of intricate hand embroidery, scallop details, flirty frills, intimidating volume clean-cut silhouettes, ruffle detailing or seek layering. It’s all about understanding elegance.
3 # EMBRACE EMBROIDERY
How about sporting a jacket with embroidered flowers, leaves, butterflies and other motifs over a pair of denim pants or a churidar. For an elegant look ditch an embroidered garment and carry a bag with gorgeous thread work. Even a pair of shoes with some detailing can do the trick.
4 # VICTORIAN BLOUSES FOR ROYALTY
Dare to steal the spotlight by wearing a well fitted victorian blouse with your skirt or lehenga. Ruffles, lace, smocking, high collars, embroidery, big sleeves; one or more of these striking features can give your blouse a Victorian-inspired look. For a polished sophisticated fairy tale esque look, work around soft pastel shades.
5 # DUPATTA DYNAMICS
A well-placed frill dupatta can do the job of statement jewelry. So how about adding these graceful frills to your boring dupatta. Pair a frilly dupatta with your breezy, flowing silhouette for some added feminine appeal.
Cape dupattas are modern, progressive, clever and comfortable. Match them with paneled skirts and fitted blouses to create Greek and Roman Goddesses look.
So, gals rule the fashion this festive season for the dazzling, perfect and stylish look to captivate each and every eye.
HAPPY DIWALI FREINDS. MAY THIS DIWALI BRINGS LOTS OF HAPPINESS TO YOUR HOMES.