5 Trending Fashionable Dresses to Try this Diwali

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Diwali is just a day away, and we all are all busy giving final touches to the festival preparation. You might also have to attend many Diwali parties, or you might be hosting one at your place. Between all the cleanings and decorations, there’s a chance that you might have forgotten to select your Diwali dress. If this is a case, then don’t worry! In this blog, you will get out different trendy outfits that you should try this winter.

  • Asymmetrical Kurtis

Half a length lehengas

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These Kurtis are something that is worth wearing this Diwali evening. These are such that they will stay in the fashion world for a long time. When you pair such Kurtis with plain or bright coloured palazzos, nothing could beat that look. Adding to the look will be a pair of long chandelier earrings.

  • Ankle length kurtas

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These Kurtas are rocking the fashion world these days. The long frills along with the Kurtas increases the fashion quotient. Whether you are tall or short – this look will make you stand out among the others. You can easily pair these with either matching leggings or the jeggings.

  • Half a length lehengas

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If you are few of those ladies who loves combining ethnic and western look while choosing an outfit, then half a length lehengas may be a good choice for you. You can quickly look fabulous & layer up the things. This lehenga with layered patterns may add up to your glam quotient.

  • Dhoti dresses

dhoti dress in Diwali

Do you love trying hatke type outfits? If yes, then Dhoti dress may be a good option for you. You can easily pair it up with short kurtas, crop tops, western wears to look extra stylish. You can pump it up with metallic pieces of jewellery & heavy jhumkas.

  • Sari

No one can beat a woman in style quotient if she wears a sari. This Diwali chooses a bright coloured sari to be paired with the designer blouse. You can go with the layered cuff or net-neck piece designer blouse. Pair it with heavy jhumkas and bracelets.

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