Last-minute Outfit Ideas for Diwali

The calmness of oil lamps, the sweetness of the treats, the spirituality in worship and most of all the gift shopping on the busy streets, Diwali is one of the most widely celebrated Hindu festival all across the world. With stress packing it’s bags to leave, awaits at your doorstep. With tons of gifts, sweets, prosperity and blessings, Diwali is one of the most joyous festivals of all. Donning classical outfits with traditional accessories binds the essence of festivities together. This Diwali, combine fashion with khadi and join hands to celebrate the craftsmanship of our nation.
Here are some of the most perfect, last-minute looks for your Diwali celebrations, that’ll tone up your fashion game to sky-high notches.

Shirt and Scarves to rescue

Every wardrobe has that one perfect fitting shirt with some good old scarves. One can easily curate an amazing look by just wearing the shirt and adding any traditional outfits’ bottom. Pair your shirt with either a long maxi skirt, or a palazzo, or if you have a dhoti. Add a touch of oxidised jewellery to get that bohemian edge. Voila, you have an amazing Indo-western look, worth turning heads to.

Saree and trousers trends

Traditional saree looks incredible but spice up your look by wearing trousers underneath. Lose plated sarees secured with a big buckle belt can also add that trendy touch. If you got a few extra minutes on your clock, below are few easy yet extraordinary ways to tie your saree into a dress. These last-minute tips would definitely add that chick look for your traditional Diwali.

Dupatta diva

Every wardrobe must-have that one very beautiful, elegant yet traditional ‘Nau rangda’ dupatta. Here are some ideas to play the ace this Diwali on your fashion poker using this heart stealer dupatta. One can wear it over skirts, short dresses, trousers and crop tops, and just anything and everything. Style a complete look with traditional jewellery and footwear.

Same suit different style

Planning to wear a salwar kameez, suit or lehenga? Here are some incredible ways to turn that simple outfit into a designer piece. Simple jewellery and footwear with the little added accessory can help you curate that one Diwali diva look.

These few last-minute ideas will spice up your old wardrobe to look like the work of designers and help you be the star this festive season.

Happy Diwali

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