7 Happening Looks For Diwali 2022

What does the word "Diwali" mean to you? A holiday, a chance to catch up on missed social engagements, or just a chance to unwind completely? The mention of Diwali conjures up images of a laborious housecleaning for me and I imagine many of us!

This is the time of year when you need to clean up the mess that has accumulated in your homes over the last year. The task of remodelling and revamping your Home-Sweet-Home adds to the craze! Even though the days leading up to Diwali can be busy, there are plenty of occasions to celebrate once the cleaning programme is through

What does the word "Diwali" mean to you? A holiday, a chance to catch up on missed social engagements, or just a chance to unwind completely? The mention of Diwali conjures up images of a laborious housecleaning for me and I imagine many of us!

This is the time of year when you need to clean up the mess that has accumulated in your homes over the last year. The task of remodelling and revamping your Home-Sweet-Home adds to the craze! Even though the days leading up to Diwali can be busy, there are plenty of occasions to celebrate once the cleaning programme is through.

At some point, you could feel like swapping out your cumbersome Banarasi brocade saree for a cotton Anarkali Kurti at the neighbourhood event or changing the attire for a home party from glitzy Indian to cosy pyjamas. However, the last-minute outfit change sounds intriguing!

However, Diwali is a time to flaunt opulence in all of its forms, including your attire. It's time to show off your best designer sarees, gorgeous Anarkali suits, bold fusion wear, and other fancy outfits in a variety of social settings. You definitely need a leg up on your appearance with such a bright occasion and so many people trying to look their best.

Well, it starts with picking the appropriate clothing components!

To make your celebration of the major Diwali festival in 2022 a gorgeously unforgettable one, our stylist is hard at work. Here are seven appropriate wardrobe suggestions for the upcoming celebrations.

Diwali Ethnic Dress in India

1. Customary Tales

 

You're always stylish in a desi avatar, Indian at heart! Additionally, there is enough choice in Indian clothing to cover the entire week's worth of social engagements. The ethnic dress code perfectly complements the Diwali mood, with everything from elaborately embroidered Banarasi silk lehengas and handloom Patola sarees to classic, golden zari border silk sarees. For an authentic Indian style, use accessories like designer juttis, potli bags, and traditional metal jewellery.

Also take ideas from our previous blog on: 7 Must-have Sarees from India – A love affair with the traditional weaves

2. A Little Dramatic

Are you anticipating those long-awaited get-togethers with your favourite social circles? You can stray from the expected dress code and take some breaks with modern themes for moments filled with fun and frolics! Following the current trends, you can quickly transform your look with a pre-stitched saree or a flared long Kurti with extravagant detailing. Frills, tiers, and flounces are this season's most lovely details if you care about fashion! Style your standout ensemble with few accessories; even a pair of little diamond studs will do.

3. Contemporary Royalty

 

The grandiose atmosphere of the Diwali holiday is ideal for indulging in royal sartorial excess. Live out your regal fantasies with opulent organza sarees in soft hues or sorbet-colored lehengas, which are suitable for both the Lakshmi puja and the New Year's celebration. Anarkali gowns in lustrous silks and other flowing designs are also recommended as elegant outfit options for the festival of lights.

4. Fusion Stories 

The modern has replaced the ethnic! You can use Diwali as a fun opportunity to experiment with fusion fashion. Jacket sarees, fashionable Anarkali Kurtis, and palazzo or sharara suits in saree-style can help you stand out from the crowd.

Impressive social benefits can result from shocking your audience with an amazing Indo-Western costume. For a large dinner party, complement your outfit with a set of statement earrings. And remember to bring your glittery clutch bag!

The splendour of the occasion can be maintained comfortably by wearing an Indo-Western lehenga suit. If it's humid outside, go with textiles like georgette or cotton; alternatively, you can choose your preferred type of silk.

It takes a week to celebrate Diwali, so not every gathering needs to be fully decked out. Therefore, the next three outfits are designed for less formal occasion.

5. Stress free Elegance

Do you intend to get rid of the excessive ostentation and brocade jazz tied to the holiday season? Swap out the traditional attire for a simple, flowy saree and a stylish, fashionable designer top. The pre- and post-Diwali celebrations call for flattering sarees in soft silk, crepe, or chiffon. For a minimally fuss-free, slightly dramatic appearance at an outdoor brunch or home party, add a few pearls and a beaded bag.

6. Keep It Classic

For a semi-formal celebration, elegant essentials like Anarkali suits and embroidered churidar suits are safe choices. These events also provide the perfect setting for indulging in casual attire like kaftans and palazzo suits. You can also wear a jacket over your traditional straight-cut kurta and finish the look with a pair of jhumkis. 

Also, take ideas from our previous blog on:  Latest Salwar Suits 2022 for Festivals

7. Sleek Minimalism

If you want to keep your festive appearance simple, try a floor-length tunic, a fusion jumpsuit, a plain or printed Anarkali Kurti, or a peplum Kurti paired with an ethnic skirt, dhoti, or pair of pants. These outfits are practical for attending dinners with the family and house parties. It would be preferable to stick to lighter accessories while still maintaining the dressy aspect. Look for possibilities in neutral slip-on shoes and tassel earrings.

The impending celebrations require a lot of preparation. So, dear women, start to work and organise your Diwali 2022 collection as soon as possible so that you can fully enjoy the season of lights.

We want to wish you all a safe and joyous holiday season.

Also, take ideas from our previous blog on: Types of Saree Draping Style in Pleated Pallu

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