Who doesn’t love Indian festivals! We all do right? The reason is simple. It’s for love, family, food & beautiful attires. 😍🥰
Every occasion needs a different outfit, be it an old & upcycle attire or new & gorgeous dresses. Here I bring to you a few collections of dresses which are my personal favorites. I thought to share with you & do let me know which of these are your favorites. Do let me know in the comments section below if you would like to add your choice of dresses. 👗🥻
- Pastel love: Pastel colors are trending recently & people are opting for pastels. They look soft, simple & classic. New generations believe ‘less is more’ . Pastels are versatile & suit every occasion perfectly. So without a second thought, go for pastel colors this festive. Go grab these & thank me later! 😂
2. Bollywood lovers, Go for Sharara/Palazzo – If you are a Bollywood fan, go for Sharara or Palazzo this festive season. They won’t let you down. Shararas is a symbol of royalty. Worn by women belonging to royal classes during Mughals reign. It is loved by women across the globe. You can check my curated collection in the link.
Lehengas : Lehengas are all time favorite for festivals. It looks gorgeous & feminine. You can style your lehenga in different ways. Pair it up with a shirt, belt it, wear with different colored blouse or dupatta. You can doll up by accessorizing or can simplify or color blocking.
Anarkali Suits: Anarkalis are love. They make you look absolutely stunning & festive ready instantly. Pair your anarkalis with jumpkas & heels. Tada! All set for festive!
Saree Love: One of the versatile of all is the 6 yards saree. A festival isn’t complete without a saree. Almost in all Indian festivals, sarees are worn. It looks elegant, classy & absolutely versatile. You can style it up in various ways. Check my Pinterest , Saree Styling pins. 😍
Here are a few of my favorites & curated festive outfits. I am sure you all gonna love these. Do check the links & let me know in the comments. If you want to add or share your outfit ideas please mention here too.
Lots of love & wishes for upcoming festivals, Navratri & Durga Puja.
Until next time, Much Love 😍😘