Hey, festival season are “in” and so are the fashions. Any plans for “dhamakedaar” celebrations? Okay, how many outfits have you got for each day celebration? With the purchase of new dresses at everyone’s homes, there happens to be lots of excitement in the air.
Let us focus on how you want to look at the daytime of festival. Having a sassy, day look possibly will seem to be a good choice for many of you with a bit of modernity. Here are some suggested cool daytime looks:
Go festive in saree
Normally, Indian married women prefer to go for a traditional saree with gold ornaments, bindi and in some special cases a gajra (a garland of a flower worn in hair).
In India, saree comes in extensive range of fabrics such as cotton, silk, chiffon, georgette, etc. Even the young girls these days prefer saree as the traditional as well as an elegant outfit. During daytime choose a light coloured saree with nude makeup and minimal accessories. There are many styles of draping a saree which add to the modernity of style and share diversity at festival season.
Love your lehengas
Pastel coloured lehengas can be added to your festival sassy day look. A flared lehenga looks lovely on small girls as well. The lehengas available these days give a touch of modern look withholding our culture and giving a modern look as well. Sport this look on the day of festival and grab eyeballs.
Style up with anarkalis
Anarkalis are the most loved apparels and are thought to be evergreen by the wearers. You can opt for lighter shades of these apparels for the day time celebration and give yourself a chic look. If you do not have one in your wardrobe, go for one this season as just a few days are left for Navratri. Pair them up with high heels and minimal make up. Wear some of the traditional accessories such as, anklets, jhumkas and hair pins with it and surely have a potli bag.
Kurtis with leggings, churidars and salwars are the all-time favourites of women. You can get all the style and range of kurtis with one coloured, printed and mix and match bottom to match your style of dressing up. Add up some traditional accessories to complete your festival look and try to keep it minimal, as you are dressing up for the daytime.
Everything is set! Share with us your views in the comment box below. Enjoy festive season and be beautiful!