The festival of lights is already here. Diwali is one of my favorite festivals. It’s that time when every second person is busy cleaning and decorating their homes, buying gifts for relatives, and shopping for themselves. streets filled with vendors selling lights, flowers, and diyas. Every second shop decorated beautifully with those twinkling lights, and balconies with lanterns. I like to walk down the streets in the evenings before Diwali with those distant sounds of crackers, Dulhan like looking houses and the feeling of cool breeze touching your face (pleasant only until there is no pollution).
I created two looks for Diwali which again isn’t anything too ethnic. I hope you guys like it.
Kurta dress is the hottest fusion trend nowadays. I wanted my first look to be something simple yet chic. I had no idea I was going to find something matching my requirements so perfectly and looked ethnic as well.
A navy blue – gold kurta dress with ¾th sleeves and cute pockets, which looked elegant, ethnic, classy and so in vogue. It gave my look that effortlessly beautiful touch. Kurta dresses can be easily carried and it allows you to play with the jewelry.
I added a pair of silver chandbali with pearls and an oxidized bracelet which is heavy enough to fracture my wrist (lol! Just kidding). I didn’t want to draw out any attention from my dress so I kept jewelry as minimal as possible.
Chandbalis were big enough to fill in the absence of a neckpiece and pearl embellishments only made it look sassier. To put it all together I added a pair of black heels which looked striking what so ever. If you want more of a casual and effortless look you can also add a pair of sneakers.
So that’s it with the first look. If you like this look please do share it and let me know in the comments section ( it really means a lot ).
Fusion wear with a bold touch is what I created for my second look. I found this multicolor tribal skirt at lifestyle. It was a love at first sight. After a lot of mixing and matching I picked this crop top with balloon sleeves.
Prussian blue top complimented very well with the skirt. I picked a plain top as I wanted my jewelry to stand out. To achieve that perfect tribal look I picked chunky silver jewelry. The neckpiece has chains layered and bells attached at the bottom. I teamed it up with oxidized bangles. To keep that bold thing going I created a black smokey eye and to neutralize the look I added a mauvy nude lipstick.