Hey, Lovelies! I hope you all are having a fabulous time! I’m here again with a refreshing content! It’s time of festivals and joy, I thought creating of festive looks with Indian ethnic wears with three different outfits, you might wanna try them for Diwali or other upcoming festivals. So let’s get started! You might try watching my video on the same content for a closer look! The link is down below!
For the first look, I chose a beautiful georgette Pattola Saari in Fuschia pink and Mango Orange with beautiful Gold borders. I thought this Saari would be perfect for festivals like Diwali. I draped this Saari as semi lehenga and kept the pallu flat on the shoulder to give this slight difference from the conventional Saari look. That’s why I decided to go for matching western gold statement earrings instead of some traditional Jhumakas and I must say this slight difference took this look to another level! I left my hair open with centre partition and very minimal makeup with glam just to make this look easy! If you are a Saari lover but don’t know how to make it look all dressed up with minimal jewellery and in minimum time, this look is for you!
For the second I did some DIY! I decided to wear a lehenga because it’s one of the most popular Indian ethnic dresses. But lehengas I had was heavy and I wanted to wear something lighter and something new. So I experimented, and matched three different pieces from three different outfits! The bottom is of one lehenga and the blouse is from a Saari set and Dupatta I took from a set of Salwaar kameez. They match really well together and it worked for this look. I paired this DIY outfit with the same statement earrings I wore in the first look. With some heels this look is ready! What do you say? Would you like to try this type of DIY? Do let me know in comments!
For the third look, I chose an Indo- western-Arabian dress! This set has one beautiful gown with geometric design over it and six slits all around which beautifies this gown even more! In the bottom, this set has a really really beautiful maxi skirt and it comes with a beautiful dupatta! Reasons I chose this dress are 1) it looks more dressed up 2) it’s easy to carry because of its cotton blends fabric 3) great option over heavy lehenga, desi salwar kameez or a conventional Saari! 4) Blend of three cultures, Indian, western and Arabian 5) long gown with a maxi skirt longest the figure and a lot more! I paired this beautiful set with again some beautiful statement earrings, a big round ring and a pair of heels. I just tied my hair in a bun which I really don’t know how to do perfectly but I think it worked. Applying red lipstick just glammed the look! I guess this look is perfect for people like me, who like to do fashion but effortlessly yet beautifully! What do you say?
So this is it for today, I hope you guys liked and enjoyed reading! And Happy Diwali in advance!! Will come again with a new content till then, ba bye!
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