We all await Diwali - for the fun, food, family time and obviously the chance to buy new clothes!
Here are some styling tips for this Diwali!
1. Go Colourful:
When you go for ethnic clothing, don’t go for the plain stuff. Pick up colorful clothes with prints that are in style. If you prefer classic shades, then go for traditional motifs. Go for traditional jewelry with this getup but give a little twist by sporting single pieces like maang tikas or heavy bangles and waist bands.
Bangles are best when paired with traditional ethnic clothing. Go for colourful or classic gold/ silver bangles.
Clutches- Box clutches look absolutely classy and look perfect for both ethnic and western clothing. This Diwali buy yourself a nice compact clutch that looks perfect with your outfit.
Jewelry- Bold statement necklaces look absolutely stunning with ethnic wear. If your ethnic wear already has a busy neck pattern, then go for simple a simple chain and pair it with heavy earrings.
Footwear – The most essential piece of attire is your footwear. There are a wide range of options starting from simple kolhapuris to trendy gold pumps. Go for comfortable and matching footwear.
3. Different clothing options for this Diwali:
-You can go for flared skirts with a pretty ethnic top. You can also go for crop tops and a jacket as its trending currently. Team it with a lot of bangles and other accessories. Try neon shades or other bright shades such as gold, silver & red. If you prefer lighter colors, go for hues such as peach, pink and light blue.
- Go for anarkali suits/ Full length anarkalis because they are in trend for this celebratory season! Try unusual necklines and patterns for a chic look.
- Saree is one of the most favorite garments worn by Indian women. This festive season, is the perfect time to go for nice and classy silk sarees. If you prefer simpler sarees then go for fabrics like cotton and pair it with embroided blouse and fine traditional jewelry.
Experiment with clothing this festive season and to find a extensive range of ethnic clothing for this Diwali visit one of our stores or log on to www.pothys.com