This week is all about the festivities, parties and enjoying with your family and friends on occasions like Diwali, Bhai Dooj, Card Parties etc. etc.
For me, less has always been more. The idea of dressing up like a walking talking disco ball has never appealed to me.
I like simple and stylish outfits that I can work around and make them look awesome.
The notion that you have to wear something heavily embroidered for a festival is overrated.
There are so many things you can play around with to make your outfit look drop dead gorgeous like colours, prints, makeup, hair, accessories and all the works! Don’t you agree?
This is what I’ve tried to incorporate in this post for you guys. I’ve done 3 outfits for my lookbook, check them out below👇
– BLACK IS MY FESTIVE COLOUR
Waistcoat – Globus Fashion, Skirt – Madish The Style Bar, Earrings – Krafted With Happiness,
Flats – Lavie World
I’ve never discriminated from Black. I really don’t believe the idea of not wearing black on a festival or a joyous occasion.
I think it’s a very stylish colour that can be widely experimented with.
If you’re in the same line as I am, this looks all for you! It has colour, but it has black too, and lots of it😍
Paired up a high waisted slit skirt with a waistcoat and some pop coloured earrings; made my hair into a soft bun and lined my lower water line with Turquoise Kohl which matches my earrings!
– THE GOLD EFFECT
Top – Deal Jeans, Palazzos – Liva Fashion, Flats – Krafted With Happiness
One of the things that is very prominent in a festival is the colour gold. It’s seen in solid form, embroideries, accessories, even prints nowadays.
Hence, I decided to create a look using that. I paired up my new printed pants which has gold detailing all over with an off shoulder top and some tassel earrings.
– PRINT PLAY
Kurta – Melange-Live Fashion, Palazzos – Westside
In this look I played around with some prints and my hair to give it that extra edge;
I twirled my hair on one side and pinned it up and left the other side as it is. Also, I’ve used some bright colours in this look like turquoise and pink. The combination of these two colours is really beautiful!
The kurta I’m wearing is a solid pink in the front with some print madness going on in the back and along with that I wore straight palazzos and big silver earrings with a little contrasting colour.
So, these are some modern and easy looks I put together to give you guys an idea of how you may wish to dress up this festive season.
Ping me on Instagram or Facebook, or comment below to tell me which is your favourite look out of the 3!
I hope you guys liked it.
Until next time. xox