Why We Love It? It’s festive without being too heavy. The colour combination of red and blue is also a great and unique one.
The embroidery on the kurta is gold and that exactly what one should stick to when accessorizing this outfit. Since the sleeves are 3/4ths you can opt to wear heavy or chunky bracelets, but give necklaces a miss. Earrings can be kept simple since there is already lots going on, on the kurta itself.
A pair of simple kohlapuris will really finish the look well.
Price Range: Rs.599 onwards for their Diwali range.
Why We Love It? The empire waistline (a silhouette that really suits Indian women).
The work on the top half of the kurta is heavy and therefore it’s advisable to keep it simple. A simple golden chain will work well with the V-neck and keep the bracelets elegant and simple since the golden embroidery is very fine. Simple stud earrings should do the trick and make sure to wear your hair up or in a braid so they don’t add on to the already heavy top.
Styling Tip : A red or sober golden clutch will work really well with the look, as will heels or flats when it comes to the shoes.
Price Range: Rs. 1000 Onwards
Why We Love It? The bright and delicious colours!
Since the neck already has slight work on it, you can give the necklace a skip. Earrings and a thin and simple bracelet would be ideal to complete the look. Go for accessories with more gold tones rather than silver. The outfit also has purple accents and therefore, accessories of the same colour, especially jewellery and bag will really go add to the look. Opt to wear heels, rather than flats with this suit since they will compliment the long and flow-ey kurta well.
Styling Tip : If you don’t really prefer long heels, go for kitten heels.
Price Range: Rs.1899 onwards for their Diwali range.
Why We Love It? In a sea of colors, this elegant white saree is sure to stand out.
Given the simplicity of the saree, this is one outfit where you can really go all out on the jewellery. While silver won’t look bad, gold jewellery will really take the look up a notch. To do things a little differently, you can give big earrings a miss and opt to wear a simpler pair but put on a maang tika instead. You don’t really need to stick to a neutral shade of jewellery and can even add in a pop of colour with it. Dark blue and green stones would work really well with the white too.
Styling Tip : While you can wear your hair as you like, make sure to stick to heels in the footwear department.
Price Range: Rs.2898/-