All You Need To Know About Festival Of Lights With Changing Fashion Trends
The most awaited festival is almost around the corner and we Indians simply await the arrival of the festive season that happens during the month of October & November. Yes, we are Talking about Diwali as this is the most important festivals for Indians, especially for Hindus.
Diwali is the time when near & dear ones greet each other on this special occasion and exchange good wishes & there is a lot of warmth & affection that is cherished during such meetings and get-together functions which is celebrated with much splendor and grandeur.
No wonder everybody is in their best Attire wearing the latest ethnic wear to flaunt & feel appreciated. In today’s changing times festivals are not just about rituals and ceremonies but it is also about sporting one’s wardrobe and making an impression of sorts that paves the way to new trends which in-turn influences the fashion industry.
Moreover, fashion soon changes so what was in trend some months ago is no more in trend and that’s how fashion changes since new styles replace the old ones and this cycle happens each year and is true this year too, there are some unique styles that will help you get a perfect festive look this Diwali and stun the folks around you.
Below given are the Style pointers that define the Changing Fashion Trends during the Festive season of Diwali.
During festivals specially when it comes to Diwali, It is the women Folks who are at their best as they can be seen wearing bangles, earrings, necklaces and rings. Diwali is considered to be an auspicious day to buy gold ornaments and one can choose from a variety of traditional jewellery. Also in recent times there is a wide range of fusion jewelry available at easy EMI options and so is very pocket-friendly and easy to find.
Mix & Match dressing:
Modern day Diwali is all about trying a new combination of dresses and in recent times it is all about mixing & matching. The combinational dressing is the latest trend these days. One can go for new color combinations & styles which has never been tried before which can make your Diwali more Sparkling.
The way ethnic wear as evolved is most evident in the trendy Anarkalis we come across these days. Anarkali is an ideal wear which balances that yesteryears charm with the modern style of today. It proves to be the most preferred wear for any occasion. A lengthy Anarkali gown caressing the floor is something which can go well during this festive Diwali season.
If an uptown desi look is what you wish for this Diwali then the straight cut lehenga dress will just do fine.The design & artwork makes It look absolutely gorgeous more so when paired with crop tops. Not only does it look fabulous, it will also make heads turn and make you the best-dressed person for the occasion.
Digital prints gives a different get up altogether! Off late such digital prints have stormed the fashion scene & have created a niche for itself. Digital prints are now being used to create ethnic designer wear with a wide-ranging variety of traditional Anarkalis, suits, dupattas, kurtas, sarees and so on.
Saree Designer Blouse Combo:
One of the best picks of the season happens to be heritage sarees like Gujarati Bandhani sarees, Kanchipuram, Banarasi, and Calcutta types are most preferred by women from all age groups.To get that authentic traditional look the sarees can be worn with designer blouses with Kutchi work. No wonder traditional blouses with intricate work are most sought after and are the ideal trend setters for this festive season.
The fad for palazzo pants has been overwhelming with the “Gen-Y” crowd and has given rise to a whole range of fusion wear. Palazzos comes in various forms & most of them these days have a hybrid style. One can either opt for Shimmer type or net palazzos featuring distinct printed kurtis or suits which will surely give you a nice trendy and contemporary look.
Thus Diwali Being the festival of lights personifies tradition & the ethnic mood of its place & people. So even though all throughout the year, people wear normal day to day dresses but during Diwali, one sees everyone in colorful catchy ethnic dresses.