9 Tips For Women Festival Outfits.
While we’re so close to festivals, it’s always better to be prepared. Once big events get green-lighted again, you will have your festival outfit ready and blow everyone’s mind with your spectacular looks. If you’re having trouble striking the right balance between comfort and style, read through these festival-style rules to help nail your outfit. Don’t forget to check out our 9 Tips For Women Festival Outfits.
1. Embrace The Traditional Vibe.
Special celebrations are the perfect example of cultural and traditional feelings. Therefore, supporting the festive feelings with a beautiful and rich and beautiful anarkalis or traditional salwar suit paired with heavy golden jhumkas and the perfect matching (shoes held on with straps) should be one of your first choices. Also, why choose a basic outfit when you can pretty/fancy it up with heavy Indian wear. You can also choose a beautiful sleeveless Kurti with solid color Patiala and charming jhuti to go with them.
What speaks of tradition is more than a rich and beautiful set of lehenga, which has zari work all over it with heavy mirror-work or (decorated with patterns of thread) dupatta paired with the right amount of jewelry. You can always experiment with your makeup to lighten or brighten the tone of your feeling and look.
2. Indo-western midi dresses.
If you do not want to invest in a traditional outfit because you do not wear traditional outfits too often then invest in something useful plus suited for the occasion. Midi dress is something casual, fun, and totally wearable on occasions like Ganesh Chaturthi, Dusserah, etc. You can also go for a midi dress with rich and beautiful (sewing patterns of thread on fabric) and style it in different ways.
3. Gharrara and Kurta Set.
If you would love to go totally and be high on the Desi feelings, then the Gharrara and kurta combo are probably the best ones for you. This is being in the limelight for quite some time now but is still ruling to be favorite. You can wear long kurtas or even short kurtas to look a bit different. You can show off the flowy dupatta. Pair this combo with high heels and some beautiful jewelry.
4. Get Comfortable With Palazzos.
In the latest events, one of the most famous that has made a comeback is the Palazzo Pants. It is one of the new dress styles for Diwali. Palazzo is a good mixture of comfort and style. Hugely famous in the 60s and 70s, it’s easy to say why every person loves them now.
They’re beautiful, snug, and mostly (able to do many different things well), so in case you are wondering whether or not Palazzos are for you, we say, take a leap of faith and give them a try. Palazzo pants are fitted at the top and flared at the ankles, this way offering a smooth and shiny flare on your figure. This freestyling may be highly conservative. There’s a large number of desirable options to figure out how to style palazzo pants, and all of it relies upon the event and the look you wish to. For a more well-known/obvious festive appearance, you may pair a heavy Kurti and golden palazzos. You can pair them up with high heels or strappy (shoes held on with straps). Maang tikka, as a (special way of speaking/mark that shows emphasis), goes very/surprisingly with palazzos.
5. Dhoti pants with Kurti.
For all the girly girls out there, try this cutest outfit ever and be that kid again. A beautiful pair of dhoti pants are super cute that you need to try. Team it with a short Kurti and you are ready. Some weird earrings and footwear would complete your whole look.
6. Sway It With Sarees.
We all know that the love of an Indian woman for sarees is extremely clean/excellent, and someone rightly said Sarees are 6 yards of total/totally/with nothing else mixed in rich beauty. Sarees are always existing and speak very sweetly and nicely like nothing else. The simplest saree can give you a haunted/impressed look. So experiment with any beautiful saree that has a beautiful bordered (sewing patterns of thread on fabric) or rich and beautiful (large cloth made by sewing together lots of odd pieces of cloth) from mum’s cabinet and drape it beautifully.
7. Ethnic Skirt With Shirt.
A captured shirt tucked inside a beautiful & simple long-length lehenga, makes you feel like a princess. Pair this duo with some classy heels, a pearl necklace, and some nice earrings which blend with the lehenga.
8. Ethnic Long Jacket With Palazzos.
Okay, so if you do not want to go totally Desi because you do not wear Indian outfits a lot then go for something totally stylish which you can wear later also. The palazzos are becoming popular these days. Invest in one such pair of pants and pair it with a cute crop top and a long jacket. This is something classy and not so traditional.
9. The Palazzo Saree.
The palazzo saree is easy to wear, great for special celebrations (with fun events), and can also be worn for other occasions. This is one of the best outfit ideas for Diwali that you can try.
At special celebrations, you will have your special celebration outfit ready and blow everyone’s mind with your amazing looks. If you’re having trouble striking the right balance between comfort and style, read through these special celebrations-style rules to help nail your outfit. These 9 Tips for women’s special celebration outfits will help you to get a perfect look.