By Mr Puneet Jain and Mr Yatin Jain, Director ODHNI
Wearing traditional clothes in everyday life is now missed and the festival is still the time when we look out for them. And, when comes a festival like Diwali, it becomes more desirable to look very beautiful in a pleasurable environment. Since the festival of Diwali does not come alone, three-four festivals come in a row, so we need at least one dress for every particular festival. It is obvious that during these festivals we should look different while interacting with friends and relatives. To fulfil this desire, know about five such Indian outfits that will make your Diwali memorable.
Blended Cotton Kurta Skirt
Dhanteras is the first major festival that comes before Diwali. To worship wealth, you celebrate this festival and on this day you do not need to do much work. For this day, if you do not want to wear very heavy clothes but want to look simple yet graceful, then you can wear a long cotton kurta with a plain skirt. If the kurta is A-line, the beauty of the whole look will increase even more. If desired, you can also choose a skirt with border work. Silver Jewellery will complement these dresses pretty perfectly.
Silk magic on Chhoti Diwali
Chhoti Diwali is celebrated the very next day of Dhanteras. Diwali is the perfect day for someone to carry sweets and so you want to be prepared in a special way. But to look special, it is not necessary to wear something very heavy. You simply can buy a silk scarf from the market. If you are a married woman, then you can choose the colour red. If the scarf falling off your shoulder repeatedly, then pin it up on one shoulder. Now, all you have to do is take out a kurta from the wardrobe and wear it with a contorting embroidered palazzo.
Every year on Diwali, everyone has the desire to wear the newest dress in the market and for this, we try to purchase the best dress in the market. This time, try something different. A heavy skirt with contrasting simple blouse and scarf would be a good bet to accentuate your charm this Diwali. To make this look even more heavy, you can wear a lehenga instead of a skirt.
In this, you just have to do some experimenting with dupatta and your unique Diwali look will be ready. Grab both ends of the dupatta and bring it to the centre and pin it up. Now wear it in the arms like a jacket. On Diwali, it is necessary to be careful with firecrackers, diyas, so wrap your dupatta around the waist, this will not only keep you safe but will also make your look shine.
Straight Paints, Balloon Kurta and Georgette Dupatta
On the day of Govardhan, you need such clothes which have the ability to give you a good look with ease because on this day you do not just have to sit in Puja rituals but do many things along with it. In such a situation, you should try a balloon kurta and matching straight pants. It is important for many women to take a scarf over it. If this is the case, then you choose a scarf of georgette and leave it open on the left side and pin it up with pants, bringing the other end from behind. Get ready for a hassle-free Indian look.
Shrug will make the palazzo new
Bhai Dooj is the last festival of this episode and can also be called a nutty festival. To look beautiful at this festival, you can try a shrug dress, which will be comfortable and new for you. Take a more dense palazzo with a thick coloured embroidery from the market and wear a plain blouse with it. If you want, you can also wear a crop hat. On top of it wear long shrug, which is open from the front.