This Diwali, Style Your Traditionals With A Modern Touch: Here's How


If you haven’t chosen your Diwali outfit yet and you are looking for the latest ethnic trends and outfits, then we have put together just what you need.

Written By Mamta Raut | Mumbai | Updated On:

The celebration of Diwali is all about being happy, colourful, bright, and trendy. It is the time of the year where everyone will come out in all their finery to celebrate the festival of lights. If you haven’t chosen your Diwali outfit yet and you are looking for the latest ethnic trends and garments, then we have put together just what you need for this festive season. We have listed below the latest trends that will help you choose elegant attire, colourful designs, and heavy or lightweight jewellery to create an aura that reflects the spirit of Diwali.

Bright Colours

This Diwali, pick bright colours like yellow, orange, pink, and red that will make you stand out in the crowd. You can also go the conventional route and choose outfits with two or more colour combination like yellow and pink or blue and green. If you wish to wear something shiny, go for attire in gold and silver with delicate embroidery that looks classy and elegant. Add richness to your outfit via accessories and makeup to celebrate Diwali this season.

Alia Bhatt

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Palazzos and Skirts

Palazzos and skirts are the flavours of the season. A simple kurta paired with palazzos or flared skirts add versatility to your entire ensemble. Accessorizing creatively with jewellery or layered neckpieces, bracelets, or chokers will spice up your look. If you are looking forward to making a chic statement on any social gathering this Diwali, then try giving the dazzling effect of palazzos and skirts.

Karishma Kapoor

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Dazzle in Prints

Abstract patterns and floral prints are key trends that allow room for innovation. Instead of shimmery and glitters, go for muted prints this Diwali. Accessorising your floral attire with jhumkas will add royalty to your look.

priyanka Chopra

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Sarees will never go out of style. This Diwali, jazz up your saree with an edgy, modern touch. Elaborate your fashion statement by adding ruffles, flares, statement sleeves, capes, etc. Dhoti-sarees with crop tops or a voluminous skirt with fitted sequin crop tops will never fail to impress. You can also opt for sarees with heavy embroidery and shararas and accessorise your look with heavy earrings and bangles to enhance your ethnic outfit.

Shilpa Shetty

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