Traditional Diwali Outfit


Diwali is at the doorstep and we all are worried about what are we gonna wear this year. There are festivities, pooja, rangoli, parties, and family time. Family time is one of the best things among all when you will be cleaning the house together, shopping together, making beautiful massive rangolis and decorating the whole house with lights and Diyas.

This time of year the soul of Monica Geller just gets into me and I take responsibility for cleaning the house and making the rangoli. But this time I won't be there with my family, so that's a bummer. I love how my mother makes all the delicacies and we do the pooja together. Thinking about it only makes me a little sad. This year I will be celebrating Diwali in the Netherlands, in my home.


Deciding what I will wear this year was not that hard, as I didn't have many options to choose from. Indian fashion or traditional wear nowadays has a lot of variety and we just can't get enough of it. You might have seen designers and Indian fashion bloggers styling it every now and then. But it does make it hard to choose. I love wearing traditional attires on festivals as they are the most expressive form of feminity.


Let's see now the Diwali outfit that I have put together for this year. I am wearing a white mirror work kurta with pink silk dupatta. I have accessorised it with golden Jhumkas, pearl bangles and high heels. I have gone for the red lips, my favourite. This was my first time wearing a traditional outfit and wandering in Delft to get the pics clicked. Felt like how they must shoot for Bollywood films. The look is quite classic and simple to pull off. This look is for all the girls ho wants to feel dreamy and yet comfortable. Elegant yet simple and chic. You can easily get the outfit. I got the material from the Kolkatta and dupatta from Myntra. I hope you like this Diwali/festive look of mine.



Shop The Look


Fuschia & Golden Woven Dupatta (here) White Embroided Straight Kurta (similar)

White Embroided Kurta with Palazzo (similar)

Jhumkas (here)


Let me know in the comments below what are you planning to wear this year on Diwali. Also, let me know what do you think about this look.


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