Diwali is around the corner and you want to make a statement with your festive outfit. But you do not want to compromise your comfort with heavy clothing. To help you out here are a few ideas to keep your festive outfits comfortable yet stylish:
Choose light ethnic wear:
If you love wearing a kurti or a saree, choose light fabrics such as cotton and chiffon for comfort. Light fabrics are breathable and comfortable. But for a vibrant look, choose bright colours such as red, orange, yellow, and magenta. Light embroidery on the borders will also add a royal look to your outfit. To complete the festive outfit wear kundan jhumkas or chandbalis and pair them up with juttis.
Choose Indo western for a statement look
Indo-western is a perfect choice for comfortable clothes. You can go for a long traditional skirt with a top and wear a shrug over it. Long skirts are light and comfortable. Else you can also go for flared palazzos with a short kurti and a shrug. To complete your look, wear oxidized jewelry such as jhumkas and neckpieces. Complete your look with kolhapuri chappals and mirror-work jutti.
Choose traditional wear to slay your ethnic look
You can go for a traditional long kurta and pyjama. Choose any light fabric such as cotton for the kurta. Rather than going for the too-bright colours try to choose something from the pastel colours. Wear a pair of mojari and a watch and you are good to go.
Go for an Indo-western look to maintain your style quotient
If you are someone who loves to wear western outfits, wear a short or long kurta with your favourite pair of jeans. To complete your look, you can add a kolhapuri chappal with a leather watch.
Girls can slay in princess dresses:
Girls can go for beautiful princess dresses in pink, lavender or yellow colour. Else they can go for skirts and tops in bright colours. To complete the look, add bellies or sandals to your outfit.