With festivals just around the corner, a lady’s shopping can never be over. Starting from household things to the Diwali dresses and Puja saree, from so much ladies ethnic wear has to offer, women just pick a few. To give ladies a fashion advice, we would like to insist upon adding Kaftan to your festive dress code for a change. Find below some cool yet elegant ways to include Kaftans in your collection this Diwali;
1. Trendy Kaftan For Diwali Celebration – Look like a diva while you go outdoors to celebrate with firecrackers by pairing a classy Kaftan dress with shimmery leggings. This outfit will not only make you look ethnic but will also add a glamorous touch to your personality. It is also a way of taking up a style for festival which is chic yet traditional.
2. Embroidered Kaftan For Visiting Friends and Relatives – If you have already thought of what you are wearing for celebrating with firecrackers, then take the Kaftan trend to your friends and relative’s home. When you visit your darling friend for wishing them a happy Diwali, arrive in style with a classic embroidered Kaftan with churidar. Complete the look with some elegant makeup, classy accessories and jewellery.
3. Kaftan Kameez For Rituals – Though sarees are a go to when it comes to performing religious rituals during festivals, still some girls aren’t comfortable in one. Especially for those girls, a Kaftan kameez comes to rescue. Get a beautiful Kaftan kameez and pair it with matching leggings and you are good to go. Believe us, this can become your favourite instantly as it is comfortable and traditional for any occasion!
4. Kaftan Kurti For Those Ethnic Parties – We all love partying, but parties which are especially organized for festivals are different than others. Everyone arriving in the trendiest ethnic outfits and you standing out in a chiffon Kaftan kurti! For such an ethnic party, go for casual yet Indian patterns and designs for unique chic look.
If you want to see trending designs and styles for Kaftans check out some Kaftan exporters in the city.