Slay with these five fashion tips this DiwaliExperimenting with bottom wears have become one of the most popular trend in the fashion circuit. Opt for a printed or a flowy bottom wear like nizami shararas, on rich fabrics to give an extra dimension to your regular outfits.
Festivity of Diwali has already kickstarted with fun and great fervour. With the festival of lights being just round the corner, it is important to be prepared in advance in order to avoid last minute rush. So before you start shopping for the festival, here's a quick style guide to look elegant and trendy this Diwali:
* Statement bottom wears: Experimenting with bottom wears have become one of the most popular trend in the fashion circuit. Opt for a printed or a flowy bottom wear like nizami shararas, on rich fabrics such as chanderis, brocades to give an extra dimension to your regular outfit. Team it up with statement rings and bracelets to get the desired impression. The look reminisces the styles of the royal Nizams of Hyderabads
* Creating unique styles with mix and match: Adding layers to regular attire can also work wonders. Wear your regular skirt or lehenga with heavily embellished pathani jackets or exquisite benarasi dupattas to create traditional yet the bohemian look for the festive. A statement clutch and a beautifully designed mangtika can create a style statement this festive.
* Sync with double layered looks: Another trend which is picking up like a rage is the double layered looks available in different lengths helping to create one's own artistic reflection. Dramatically designed layered kurtis or anarkalis can be teamed with simple churidars bringing back the easy going styles of Peshwa dynasty.
* Resemble of the glorious past: While everyone loves to create one splendid Nawabi look during festivals, intricately designed anarkalis available in wide range of colour palette will be a perfect piece. Trendy designs in form of zari, gotta patti works have breathed in a lease of new life to the age old designs recapturing the splendor of the Mughal era.
* Bejewelled looks: While traditional jhumkis and chandelier earrings accentuate the aura of our traditional ethnic outfits, we will recommend wearing sleek modern stone jewelleries this festive as it will provides multiple choices in terms of colour palette to choose from. Trendy mangtikas, haath phools, statement bracelets, rings have also found immense popularity amongst modern women.
You can also accentuate your look with kohled eyes and glossy lips. To gain naturally glowing skin for the day, avoid eating oily foods in advance and include more fruits and nuts in your diet. You can also use some home-made face packs.
(With IANS inputs)