D for Diwali, D for Dressing Up!

The festival of lights is synonymous with celebration and of course, the chance to dress up in the season’s best and finest. Everyone wants to put their best ethnic foot forward. So what do you do to stand out? Don’t just blindly follow fashion trends; create your own. And you will see how easy it is to fall in love with fashion.

Ethnic needn’t be boring

Don’t be wary of donning ethnic clothes. Ethnic need not be
old-fashioned or boring. We have always been a trendsetter of sorts when it comes to fashion, and this Diwali, we have pulled out all stops to ensure that you can enjoy the best of traditional, yet contemporary ethnic wear that is sure to bring on tons of compliments your way.

Festivities Galore

A collection that boasts of vibrant colours and trendy designs, we have something for everybody. Splashes of pink, purples and reds coupled with beautiful embellishments and work are a sure-fire way of making you stand out at the various Diwali functions and parties that you will be enjoying.

Belle of the Ball

Want to make a great and stylish impression on your family? Opt for the gorgeous red kurti in chanderi with zari butta from the Trisha collection. Its zardozi and kundan work at the neckline is sure to make you feel like a million bucks. Pair it up with a gorgeous churidaar, accessorize with minimal jewellery and simple make-up and you are sure to be the belle of the ball.

For the guys, a simple ethnic churidaar paired with a dashing Nehru collared kurta and scarf complete the ready-to-party for Diwali look.

The Taash Dazzler

Been invited for a card party with friends? A pink chanderi kurti from the Rangmanch collection embellished with gold embroidery is perfect for that balance between cool and conventional. Play around with your hair; add in smokey eyes and some gorgeous hoops and you’re ready to make a killing in the cards and compliments department.

The Diwali Diva

li puja with friends or family? Look no further than the gorgeous purple polyester kurti with brocade and gold print. It’s classy, lovely and absolutely festive. Pair it with a slim fitting churidar and some basic, non-chunky jewellery to make the most of it.

Fall in Love with Fashion

Fashion is meant to be enjoyed, experimented and loved. Do not allow traditional norms to stop you from looking your stylish and gorgeous best. Follow the festival rules, but accessorize your outfits to reflect your personality to stand-out from the traditionally dressed crowd.

Let your makeup be in tandem with the occasion and outfit, and always remember, less is more. Just because it’s traditional and ethnic wear, doesn’t mean it has to be staid and dull. Play around with colours, fabrics, designs and style yourself to bring out the best in you. Fall in love with fashion, and it will love you back. This Diwali, put your best dressed self forward, and watch the festive and glitzy season get even more beautiful!