5 Diwali outfits that will wow your friends and family:
It is October already and to be very honest. October, the season of falls, brings a lot of things along with it, be it the chilled breeze, or the hot chocolate. October has it all. October, November and December feel like Friday and Saturday and Sunday of the year. The vacation-party mode is on, and everybody is enjoying the fall season with their loved ones.
Well, these months also bring the festivals and all the happiness along with them. Diwali is just around the corner and celebrating and connecting with friends or family is an unsaid but most precious ritual of Diwali. Indeed, the festival is a celebration of togetherness. We share laughs, talking about all our childhood stories while being with our cousins and friends. In our usual busy chorus of life, these festivals bring so much positivity and we must appreciate it with all our love.
Well, Diwali is a celebration of waiting and how the wait for the right things is always fruitful. Diwali is such a versatile festival when it comes to picking up the right outfit. You can play along with indo-western, or just go to the extremes of traditions, it is all about how you want to slay. Though, the pressure of slaying with the Diwali outfit is never going anywhere. Everybody is eager to dress up in the most iconic way and be the talk of every get-together this Diwali. But if you have been the lazy one and want to have the sassiest festive outfit while putting in minimal effort, then don't worry!
We are here with 5 Diwali outfits that will wow your friends and family, and they will be in awe till the next Diwali for sure.
Let's have a look:
Saree: Of course, the list has to top up with beautiful iconic sarees. Sarees are the most classic yet evergreen ones. They are never going out of fashion. They are so versatile, no matter which age group you belong to, silk sarees are all you need for any special occasion or on festivals like Diwali.
The feeling while carrying a saree while celebrating one of the greatest Hindu traditional festivals is so very liberating, you just don't wear an outfit, but a legacy that has been continuing through ages.
And if you want to go for any trendy saree, it's totally up to you. But if you are looking for some elegant Bandhani, Kalamkari or silk sarees, Kapaas Katha has got a great collection, that will definitely help you stand out.
Ethnic dresses: A trendy indo-western outfit is all you need to define yourself this Diwali. Well, ethnic dresses are always in trend, and if you're planning to go minimal this season, this is all you need.
Ethnic dress is very versatile, there are many ways to style an ethnic dress, first of all, it can be repurposed as a frock Kurti, or simply as a dress only, you can go for heavy traditional jewellery to give it a festive look, or and can pair with silver jewellery afterwards. A printed brown shaded jutti would definitely complete the whole look flawlessly.
Anything and everything can be done with it.
Kurta set: Diwali is a long festival; it is usually celebrated for 4-5 days with different festivals around it. Dhanteras, Choti Diwali, the main day of Diwali, followed by Govardhan pooja and Bhai dooj. So yeah, you need that many outfits, and having some easy-to-carry-around all-day outfits would be better for you to enjoy care-freely.
An embroidered kurta set would be perfect for it. Girls usually prefer something light, and comfortable and a kurta set does qualify for that. You can even go for a plain kurta and style it with a palazzo, match it up with a heavy dupatta and yea, you will be all set to be the centre of attraction. If anything didn't instantly pop up in your mind for a dupatta, then Kapaas Katha’s elegant Bandhani, Kalamkari dupatta might help you. it will enhance your whole look. Don't forget to complete the outfit with oxidised jewellery though.
Lehenga choli: Lehnga is also just another classic like the saree, but nowadays it has been taken over by all the indo-western styling. A crop top with a long-detailed skirt with printed or heavily designed sarees draped as dupatta has been in trend. And why not? Because you’re giving all the vibes of lehenga choli, by not even wearing one.
This Diwali, you can just go for it. If you're planning to buy a new one, you should. Because the upcoming wedding season cannot wait, and if you already have a lot on your plate then restyling any of your crop tops or bralette with a long-pleated skirt and a classic dupatta won't harm you.
Kurti with jeans or skirt: Kurtis is timeless and flawless to pair with any other piece of clothing at the same time. Kurtis is so unique and could be the only pair of clothing that if styled and accessorized correctly can be festive or corporate or anything that you want it to be, it's actually amazing when we think about it in this way!
Well, on occasions like Bhai Dooj, or Govardhan pooja, you can go for a light subtle look in a kurti, and it will be enough to turn heads when you will be pairing it up with wide-leg jeans in the day and with skirts in the night.
These were our top 5 suggestions for Diwali outfits that will wow your friends and family. Be ready to fill your basket with tons of compliments and don't forget to spread the word about Kapaas Katha when you will be bothered to ask about those astonishing traditional Bandhani sarees and classic dupattas!
A very Happy and prosperous Diwali to you and your loved ones from Kapaas Katha.