Festival of lights ‘Diwali’ is just around the corner. With Navratri and Dussehra celebrations on, excitement for Diwali is flying high.
Diwali is acknowledged as one of the major festivals in Hindu mythology! This is the time when women look-out for the best possible fashion ideas that make them stand out of the crowd.
Here are some tips to dress in the trendiest manner this festive season.
Diwali 2018 – 6 ways to dress up
Opt for Comfort
Those blingy outfits are super attractive when seen wearing on people. However, you need to focus on wearing an outfit that is not just pretty but suits your persona.
Be sure to pick the right material, a bizarre print, and the perfect color.
Ethnic wear is the fashion mantra for Diwali! However, consider experimenting with your style statement. Be quirky and opt for a fusion dressing style.
Try mixing dhoti pants and choli with a nice print on the dupatta.
For all those who not well aware, Retro is back in fashion!
This is the time to go back to your mom’s wardrobe and try some quirky accessories to style your Diwali look.
Diwali is the festival where you can feature the best of your fashion perfection.
Colour plays a huge impact on your festive styling. Opt for traditional colors like red, royal blue or green. You can also go differently with light shades like beige, peach or off-white.
When everything else falls in place, the perfect footwear is the only one accessory that will complete this Indian attire.
Opt for Kolhapuri Chappals, traditional Mojris or mules pattern.
Get that Glow
Amidst all the Diwali preparations; do not forget to get that festive face glow.
Go pamper yourself with a facial and spa treatments. Look beautiful from inside.
Not So Serious by Pallavi Mohan
Designer Pallavi Mohan’s label, ‘Not So Serious’ celebrates the festive couture collection that is reminiscent of Indian cultures and traditions. Not So Serious Autumn/Winter’18 collection is all about super chic separates including A-line dresses, textured boxy jackets, floor-length gowns in rich hues of cherry, coffee, tangerine and indigo with the subtle playfulness of sheer and layering.
Throughout the collection, the tone is subtle and understated with shades of soft pastels, flattering silhouettes with billowing skirts, accentuating the curves of a woman’s body. The merging of modern artistry in traditional couture brings out the subtle nuances of excellent craftsmanship throughout the collection, highlighting the plush fabric of the outfits which include velvets, special jacquard from Korea, silk, and a lot of handlooms. Yards of shimmer hand-woven into natural fabrics commemorate the perfect amalgamation of the modern with the quaint.
In 2007 Mohan had launched her label, Not So Serious in India and has been displaying collections that merge western sensibilities with Indian ethos. Interesting mix of colors and combination of mix media with feminine sensibility is the essence of her label.