“It is very important to wear a cut that fits you well and accentuates the right parts of your body,” says designer Ritu Seksaria, adding, “Minimal makeup and a neat hairdo will complete your look and you’re all set to enjoy your Diwali.” She suggests ways to doll up in fashion for the festival of lights.
Wear bright colours.
Bright colours go really well with festivals. Diwali should be celebrated wearing eye catching colours like tangerine, fuchsia, red and violet.
Go traditional this Diwali with a twist of modern trend. Wear a beautiful red or green saree with a brocade pallu and team it up with a well-fitting halter neck blouse. You can opt for something classier like a sheer saree in monochromes, and accessorize it with diamonds and pearls. One can never go wrong with them.
Jhumka gira re
Go for accessories that maintain the essence of Diwali. Wear a gorgeous gold bracelet and a lovely choker and jhumkas in gold and precious stones.
A mid-riff baring choli and a low-cut lehenga does seem to up the style quotient this Diwali. Try a simple lehenga with an embroidered dupatta.