The air is already festive, as everyone busies themselves shopping for what they’ll wear for Durga Puja, Navratri, Dusshera, Diwali.
You’re probably arguing with the tailor on how low the back for your sari blouse should be and how wide the shoulders need to be cut.
A big part of the festivities is the exchange of gifts. With our busy lifestyles, we tend to delay and put off festival shopping. Well, this year we hope to help you ‘adult’ a bit better with this Style Guide as a reference for your gifting needs! And whether you will be home for the holidays or are celebrating it away, the spirit of the occasion will be high and mighty!
The Classic Tant – The Tant is a traditional beauty which we assure your mum and aunts must be having. It’s a cotton one and lightweight which will help you to breathe easily. You can go for white and red or even the colors of your choice.
Flowy Maxi Skirt – Flared skirts are so versatile and easy to pull on Add just a touch of dainty accessories to the ensemble to complete the look!
Statement Earrings – Statement earrings are something without our Indian festive look is incomplete and are the primary accessory to style with festival ethnics.
Ethnic Jacket – For those who thinks putting them into Ethnic pieces is just like a battle, these Ethnic jackets are the best substitute for them. It’s even easy to pair them with anything like, Flared skirts, palazzo, or may be your kurtas.
Tailored Salwar Suits – For those who can’t dress up and always find it a struggle. There’s always an easy way out you can always go for salwar suits which brings instant elegance in you.