Looks You Can Curate For This Diwali

Diwali is one of the most vibrant festivals in India. And it is time to up our fashion game. You will have so many options to explore and come with a unique style to flaunt. Every year, we see so many Diwali fashion trends that flare up our imagination, and this year, it’s no different. In this blog, we are sharing some of the best Diwali dress options for you to try and make heads turn.

Happening Diwali Looks To Try

  • Light Lehengas: A well-embellished lehenga choli is an ideal Diwali outfit for women to create an ethnic Diwali look. Vibrant colours like red, yellow, and Fuchsia will be perfect for Diwali. Accentuate the festive vibe of the attire by complementing it with statement jewellery.

  • Salwar Suit: The salwar Suit is an attire that you can never go wrong with, especially in the festive season. Salwar suits are ethnic Diwali wear that is also comfortable. Vibrant colored kurta for women with palazzos and churidar will create a fashionable look. Complete the look with black stilettos and a matching handbag.

  • Sarees: Saree is a style that never goes out of fashion. Even a basic saree when paired with the right accessories. Wear your plain saree that has an embellished border. Rather than wearing a heavy saree that is too uncomfortable to move around, go for a designer blouse, which can change the entire Diwali look. You can never go wrong with festive wear sarees.

  • Waist Coat: If you are looking to create an offbeat look, a waistcoat will do the trick. You can pair your kurta or top with a complementing waistcoat. Bright-colored waistcoats will add the oomph factor.

Ethnic Diwali Wear - How to Curate your Diwali Look

  • Accentuate Your Traditional Look: Bring out the desi diva in you with traditional outfits and accessories. There are so many ways to jazz up a basic Diwali outfit. If your attire is simple, amp up the look with heavy accessories. Complete the look with some stylish shoes, and you have an amazing trendy look.

  • Try Indo-Western: Experiment with your bottoms to create an Indo-Western design. Why stick with simple leggings when you can wear trendy bottom wear? Cigarette pants, shararas, or palazzos are a great option to pair with short or long Kurtis. You can also pair floor-length jackets to get a stylish traditional look.

  • Long Skirt and Dresses: Maxi dresses have made a solid comeback, and we could not be happier. And it can work magic as a Diwali dress as well. Create a glamorous look with a long-layered skirt and pair it with a beautiful blouse. A maxi dress is also a must-have option to create a Diwali look.

  • Pair Pastel with Bling: The festive season demands some bling. Pastel shades are also in trend these days and adding bling can accentuate its charm. For instance, you can pair a plain pastel kurta with dazzling earrings and blingy golden footwear. You don't need to wear heels; Juttis will also work great.

Sarees for Diwali

There are so many ways to create a stylish look with your saree for Diwali. Here are some of the saree styles to wear this Diwali:

  • ● Casual Drape: If you want to keep things simple, you can go for the casual drape. Sheer tulle sarees, pattu sarees, lightweight sarees, or any type of saree can be fashionably draped. Simply use a brooch or pin to secure your pallu. Front open blouses or zipper blouses would add an excellent effect.

  • ● The Belted Saree: One of the easiest ways to wear a saree for Diwali is with a belt. The downside, however, is that this style only looks good on people who are tall and thin. If you're petite or curvy, wearing it without any kind of waistband will look better!

  • ● The Maharashtrian Drape: The Maharashtrian drape is a state-specific style of wearing the saree. It involves letting one end of the fabric fall from your shoulder to nearly knee-level and then folding that part into pleats before bringing it up again, but not all the way up to waist level.

  • ● Bengali Style Saree: The Bengali-style saree for Diwali is a very popular way to wear traditional Indian garments. It involves draping half of it over one shoulder and then pulling up that end, leaving about ten inches below your waist. The other end is then draped normally down the front side.

  • ● Pant Style Saree: The pant-style saree is very similar to the Bengali way of wearing it. The only difference is that you are not supposed to drape any portion over your shoulder, so the entire fabric hangs down from one hip in a straight line until waist level before being draped normally around the body.

Suits for Diwali

  • Sharara Suit: Another very popular suit for this Diwali is the sharara suit. It comprises a long shirt that can be worn with or without a dupatta and a floor-length skirt, which has an attractive flare at the bottom. The color combinations are endless, like red, pink, orange, yellow, etc.

  • Anarkali Suit: It is the most popular Diwali outfit that you can always rely on. It has a lot of styles and appeals to it, which makes people love it even more during Diwali or any other occasion.

  • Salwar Suit with Jacket: If you are not comfortable with the Anarkali cut, then there is nothing to worry about. You can always go for a salwar suit with a jacket which has all the style and uniqueness of an Anarkali but also gives you more space to flaunt your beauty.

  • Kurta with Palazzo: Palazzo is the perfect outfit for women who want an elegant and stylish Diwali look. You can pair it with a kurta or even go for an Anarkali suit which looks very different but still has that elegance associated with it.

Latest Diwali Outfits collection at Taneira

Shopping for a Diwali dress can be stressful as you have to go to different places to explore your option. But Taneira brings fashion under one roof. The store has an extensive collection of ethnic Diwali wear. From classic choices to unconventional ones, you will find a wide range of options here. Irrespective of your style, Taneira has something for everyone. Visit the store and start your Diwali fiesta.