Festive Fashion: 6 Trendy Outfits To Rock This Diwali!

Everyone's favourite festival, Diwali, is around the corner, and we can't wait to get festive ready, donning all the cute little bangles and quirky jhumkas. Diwali, along with bringing light, hope and too many sweets home, also brings an opportunity of donning the best festive outfit and click beautiful Instagram-worthy pictures. However, the stress of what to wear this Diwali can really confuse you as we all want to curate the perfect festive look. Don't worry; we have got you covered!  Today, the social media world is filled with fashion influencers who are constantly creating fashion content that is out of the box and unique. Well, let's take some inspiration from the goddess of the fashion influencer world! Keep on reading as you'll definitely find the Diwali outfit of your choice, which will make you look drop-dead gorgeous!

The all-white magic look curated by Komal Pandey

Komal Pandey's name is inevitable when it comes to festive outfits. The all-white outfit created by Komal is apt for Diwali 2021, and let's face it, you can never go wrong with an all-white outfit. You can take any all-white kurta set and pair it up with a pearl baroq choker to make the look more aesthetically pleasing. Since the colour white is a statement in itself, you can go for a muted nude and tight bun look just like Komal Pandey did. However, if you want to add your own touch, you can also take a colorful dupatta instead of a white one!  https://www.instagram.com/p/CUkn-CJpqDe/

The boho Vibe look curated by Kritika Khurana 

Whenever the word 'Boho' comes to our mind, all we can think of is the queen of boho fashion, Kritika Khurana, aka thatbohogirl. The jacket-dhoti look is such a versatile look that it can go well in every festival. All you have to do is to pair a set of plain dhoti pants along with a vibrant and heavily embroidered jacket. You can wear a crop top or a bralette inside the jacket. To add a more boho vibe, add some ethnic jewellery along with a leather bag and juttis.  https://www.instagram.com/p/CUxd8C2BpU6/

The quirky festive look curated by Aditi Shrestha

If you are looking to curate Diwali outfits under a budget, Aditi Shrestha, aka thatquirkymiss is the girl to look for. Aditi created the quirky look with all the Sarojini Nagar items and she did a great job. Like Aditi, you can pair an embroidered dress with an ethnic jacket. You can add a more festive touch to it by pairing the outfit with a boho neckpiece and earrings. You can go for a soft glam look and pair it up with a cute bindi, just like thatquirkymiss.   https://www.instagram.com/p/CVAaHhAD3dm/

The classy touch look curated by Sejal Kumar

When it comes to festival fashion or, more so, Diwali outfits, you can't beat the magic that a simple saree can create. Saree is such a versatile piece that you can style it with anything, and it will enhance your look. Just like Sejal Kumar, all you need to do is take any plain saree and pair it with a sexy blouse top or bralette. Put on some bold lipstick and smoky eyes, and you'll look fine like wine! To add a fusion touch to your look, you can go for a beret look, just like Sejal did.  https://www.instagram.com/p/CVP7-lIKVMk/

The boss girl festive look curated by Masoom Minawala Mehta

Masoom Minawala Mehta is known for her unconventional and out of the box fashion looks. If you are a sucker for both traditional and modern elements, you can go for a Banarasi brocade pant suit to make a dazzling appearance. Want to look like a total diva, pair up the pant suit with beautiful pearl earrings.  https://www.instagram.com/p/CVAopcpsnVO/

The regal look curated by Sakshi Sindwani 

When it's about Diwali outfits, all we can think of is sarees and lehengas. Well, why think about them separately when you can wear them together just like Sakshi Sindwani did. You'll be the life of the party after wearing a bright red lehenga saree. Pair your outfit with an antique choker and matching earrings for a regal yet chic look.  https://www.instagram.com/p/CVChacKpEQA/

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