Score high on fashion and style this Diwali with these tips and tricks

Score high on fashion and style this Diwali with these tips and tricks

This is a time of the year when happiness, joy and rejoice spread all around the India amidst with the gentle light of the diyas placed all around our homes. Diwali is an auspicious occasion for everyone and so is the excitement linked with it. It marks the beginning of a new start.

Card parties or diwali parties are common but celebrating it with your near and dear ones have its own charm and aura. While preparing for decor for the house or gifts for friends and relatives is important, your diwali outfit too needs to be at the finest to blend in this beautiful festive season.

To make this Diwali standout high in fashion and style, we want to present you some handy tips for a trendsetting diwali :

Go traditional

Diwali is all about being the traditional you. Go for bright sarees or lehengas or salwar-kameez. Not only they flourish you with auspiciousness but at the same time are apt for the occasion. Choose bright colours like red, maroon, yellow, pink or even orange. But if you are not much into bright colours, go for subtle colours like nude or peach.

Go fusion

If traditional ain’t your thing, spice it up with western and experience the magic. For men, wear a sexy pair of jeans with the Bandhgala or a Nehru jacket with a shirt. For Women, opt for traditional embroidery skirts with sober and basic tops or palazzos or parallel with kurtis, it works like a charm. Choose block prints or multicoloured prints for an Indo-western look

Accessorise well

Whatever you choose to wear, accessorise it well and as per your outfit. If it’s traditional heavy embroidery, go for light and traditional jewelry. And if the outfit is light, go for heavy jewelry. Go for matha patti or nath(nose ring) for that edgy look. Haath phool is also in vogue these days. As far as men are concerned, a gold chain or a watch is enough to enhance the look.


To complete your overall look, Go for traditional in footwear too. Ditch heels, suedes or pumps and instead go for kolhapuri or jodhpuri chappals this time. It not only looks traditional but also will give you a totally discrete look

Men- Go charming this Diwali

Special advice for Men this season to stand out in the crowd with some exceptional traditional wear. Infuse some bright colours and wear tailored kurta, blazer or Sherwani jacket, Combine them with good Indian ‘juutis/mojadi’and throw on a silk stole, and you will be dashing this Diwali.


Have a blast this Diwali and spread the colours of your outfit in the air with this complete guide.

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