Diwali is the most anticipated time of the year when everyone gets to doll up and flaunt off their fashion sense with the latest trends. So, when it comes to festive styling in India, one can only think of time-honoured or Ethnic Wear. So don’t restrict your options to the typical lehenga, sari or suit because hey, it’s 2018! The possibilities are never-ending with ethnic wear, and you have to go beyond safe, comfy clothing to stand out. Be unique this season — slay in a fresh avatar and go for the western and ethnic fusion to stand apart from the crowd.
Here are some dazzling ethnic dresses you can wear this Diwali!
1-Short Length Lehenga
Ankle-length lehengas are so 2016! This season, break the convention and slay in a skirt that reaches below your knees. Pair off with a blouse that has subtle embroidery. An excellent pick for fashion enthusiasts!
2-Off-shoulder crop tops
Off-shoulder crop tops trending this season without any doubts; one can team it up with traditional embellished long skirt or pants to give your tradition wear a little dash of fusion.
3- Elegant Lehenga with Pockets And Belts
Give your attire a modern touch this festive season. Lehengas with pockets and belts make up a striking combination and gives a casual edge to your look. Pair it up with a shirt or a crop top that contrasts your lehenga!
4-Dhoti Style Saree
We have seen many Bollywood celebs boast this particular ethnic wear. Dhoti style sarees are perfect for the fashion divas who love to slay in bold attire. These look stunning when paired up with short and well-fitted blouses or cholis. Keep your accessories to a minimum!
Fusion outfits are becoming more popular with passing day. Saree gowns look fabulous and add that extra dose of glamour be it any festival or party. Dress-up a saree gown and accessorize in moderation; let your dress be the highlight, so you don’t look like you’re trying too hard.
Off-late, ethnic couture has embraced Aztec prints like one of its own. From saris and suits to lehengas and palazzos, you can find Aztec prints on all of them.
7-Dhoti Style Suit
Fuss-free yet stunning clothing is the new cool. This Diwali, flaunt a dhoti-style bottom with a jacketed or buttoned kurta. Elegant and comfy, these dhoti style suits will look even better with high heeled shoes!
Going to a Diwali party? These embroidered jumpsuits look perfect for an Indo-Western look. Wear one with sequin-work or ethnic embellishments and look extra ravishing by pairing it up with jhumka earrings, ethnic clutches, and metal bangles.
Ladies and girls who do not wish to indulge in trendy clothing during festivities can glam up their look by slaying in a simple kurta and can accessorize themselves with embroidered purses, potlis or clutches to complete the look with a contemporary tweak..