Add That Pataka Look To This Diwali With Some Fashion Tips!


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Diwali is round the corner and it’s time to dress up your traditional best this time of the year. With guests and relatives visiting over and festivities atmosphere around, we thought what better time to put together some style tips that will help you look gorgeous and trendy. Read on to know more…

For stylish look wear long kurtas

It’s time to celebrate the fashionista in you and to add that festive look, you can go for bright coloured kurtas. You can choose to pair it with cotton leggings, plazzo or pencil pants.


Matching jacket over the suit

A short jacket atop an anarkali dress is a classic combination. The printed jacket just adds to the entire look. If you are the kind who likes to be comfortable, then wear it and be stylish this Diwali.


Long skirts and lehenga choli

On the occasion of Diwali, you can never go wrong with beautiful long skirts and lehenga choli. These dresses are in vogue this season as they are not only traditional but classy as well. If you need any inspiration, here’s a dekko…


Nothing looks hotter than saree on women

When has the saree ever let us down? Be it any occasion, just drape a saree to look instantly glamorous.


Maxis and gowns can be elegant too

This Indo-Western fusion is the best wear for Diwali. A touch of modernity to your outfit while still keeping the traditional quotient intact. Style it with golden heels and earrings and you are sure to make a statement.


Heels all the way

Whatever the outfit, we would suggest that you go for trendy heels when it comes to footwear. For best style tips for Diwali, we highly recommend heels as they add elegance to any outfit and make you stand out in a crowd.


Light makeup

With such elaborate outfits on festive occasions, it is always a good choice to keep the makeup light. Let your outfit do all the talking…


Easy hairstyle to accentuate your looks

You have to be a bit restrained on the hairdos as well. Make sure the hairdo complements your dress, and does not look too over and voluminous.


Amneet Kaur
Pure Punjabi blood, with a sarcastic Indian within me, brings the 'Khurki’ in me alive...No pun intended!


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