It’s time to bask in Light Fun and Colour

Published: 14 October,2017 | Author: Bonanza Enterprises

It’s that time of the year, which promises a celebration at its fullest. Surrounded by the vibrant color and the warmth in the air it is a reminder to all of us to revisit and rejoice our traditional roots. Festive seasons have begun and it is time to bring out our finest clothing and accessories. Indian ethnic wear for women is an essential during these celebrations and there is always a plethora of choices in latest fashionable ethnic clothes in India.

Many think dressing up during the festivities is high maintenance, however stylists suggest that the key is to keep it balanced. So if you are wearing a Lehenga or designer suits in Mumbai just follow these tips and you can enjoy this season carefree

Dupatta - Stylists suggest a simple mantra that one should follow when carrying a Dupatta after all formal ethnic wear will be incomplete without one. When wearing a heavy embroidered suit it is best to be paired with a simple Dupatta and rich embroidery Dupatta would be ideal when it is paired with a plain or single colored suit

Sleeve - Best to keep them at least half sleeves or shorter, thus giving you the perfect excuse to flaunt your wrist that will be covered with colorful bangles paired with intricately crafted Kadas.

Footwear - The Indian festivities is all about fun and frolic and you will be always on your toes. This does mean saying bye to heels, but not to fashion. Try the colorfully embroidered jootis, which are eternally in fashion or the closed sandals, which are excellent choices to be worn with an Indian ethnic outfit.

Clutch - Ditch the purses or bags and embrace clutch so that you can travel light. Be selective about your bare minimum required essentials that would fit comfortably in a clutch.

So be it the Laxmi Puja or Diwali no matter the festival you should be all set to put your best foot forward and enjoy this season to the fullest.


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