Wishing you a Happy Diwali glowing with peace, joy, and prosperity.
As we brace ourselves for the beautiful festival of light which is right around the corner, I am sure some of us are clueless about what to wear this Diwali. Just in case if you are wondering what I am up to, I am here to help you out. This is again that time of the year when the jhumkas and Indian wear is the only category you want to try. There are times when the normal traditional outfit might not reflect your personality and that is when you have to add a twist to a gorgeous outfit without messing it up. If you are looking for a different way to style your saree, you are reading the right post, my friend!
For most Indian women, their most favourite outfit is a saree and off late you see so many ways in which you can drape a saree. The way you drape a saree shouts out loud about your personality without even having to speak. Saree is an amazing rectangular piece of clothing that can be used for any occasion – Formal or Informal. I realised that late but better late than never.
This Diwali, Me, Krupa from Ishtyleawhile and Pankhuri from Addicted Shades have decided to collaborate virtually and help you with three different Diwali outfit ideas. All three of us are actually going to surprise each other with our ideas because none of us know what the outfit is and I can’t wait to see their post.
This year, I bought so many sarees for no reason so I decided to style a saree in a modish way. You would have seen two different styles in my earlier post. To tell you the truth, I don’t know how to drape a saree and here, I somehow managed to look normal. And I think I did a great job as a beginner with this saree without any help (patting my back). What do you think? This saree is my favourite and also a gift from my friend. One of my first sarees! Just like I mentioned earlier, there are so many ways you can drape a saree and this is one of them. To begin with, just like you wear a scarf, try draping the pallu of your saree around your neck. You can either wear a broad belt like I did or just wrap it around your neck without the belt. I didn’t add any neckpiece to the outfit because this technique covered my neck, so I went for tassel earrings instead from my favourite Howrah Bridge. This is a perfect outfit for the day as well as for the evening Diwali party. It is also a very interesting style statement.
This is a perfect outfit for the day as well as for the evening Diwali party and it also makes an interesting style statement.
Photography – Kslenscapes
Outfit Details –
Saree – Gifted
Blouse – Commercial Street
Belt – Jabong
Earrings – HowrahBridgeByAdg
Heels – StreetStyleStore
I Hope you liked the post!
Wishing you A Very Happy Diwali again.