Festive Look: Part 3 -Diwali Fashion Statement

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The festive season is in full blast. We have already celebrated Navratri, Durgapuja, Karwa chauth with glam and galore. And it’s Diwali now! It is the time of the year when women go crazy to look most fashionable and trendy and celebrate the festival of lights with festive fervour. Hence, you have to nail the Diwali look, because your Instagram feed must be flooded with your hot looks bro!

 

I’ve come here to help you with your fashion game on point. Like my skincare, my fashion statement requires minimal effort but gives maximum result. If you are tired of wearing same old traditional saree or lehenga, you can definitely bookmark this post for the look I have done here. Well, let’s start talking about the look I have designed on my own. Nope, you don’t have to spend much for creating the design. After all it’s your hard earned money babe! I am assuring you that you not only dazzle everyone with your outfit, but you’re gonna get the title of true fashionista.

 

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Try This Trendy yet Ethnic Look to Steal the Show:

Among the new fashion outfits making waves now, designer blouses are creating a unique style quotient. They are ethnic and at the same time fashionable and the best part is that you may look versatile with this when you will style your traditional look. So, I have designed it.

 

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For this blouse, I have purchased fabric of two different colors. I wanted to team up with a red-n-orange colored long skirt. So I picked up red and orange fabric for the blouse and sat with my tailor. She’s a talented girl. Whatever I want, she can get in a minute. And you can see the result here.

 

 

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It’s not necessary that you have to wear this blouse with saree only. I know, when it’s a blouse, saree will be the obvious combination. One may think of a lahenga too. But why won’t you think about some unique styling? Teaming up with a long skirt, or a skirt palazzo, dhoti pants can give your look a modern twist. I have teamed up with an old skirt of mine and that black duputta.

 

 

Makeup to Compliment this Look:

 

You can see that it’s not very bold, yet a gorgeous look has been created. I wanted to concentrate on my eyes the most. And, yes I wanted to look bold and played with the colors like red, orange mainly to complement the colors of my outfit. Though I thought to go for the eyeliner I am comfortable with, tried winged eyeliner shape. You know this looks so classy these days.

 

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For lips, my all-time favorite is red. Actually I love bold lips. Hence this color.

 

Jewellery Ideas:

 

Without jewellery Diwali look can’t be completed. For this festival of lights gold jewellery is the perfect option. You can go for simple, yet trendy gold jewellery. You can pick up kundan jewellery set with a designer bracelet to add sparkle to your look.

 

Tips for Skincare to get the Flawless Skin:

 

Before finishing the article, I wanted to share some skincare tips. If you don’t have healthy glow on your skin, how much you apply makeup or wear gorgeous outfit you will not see that sparkle you are dreaming of. I’m not telling you to visit a salon or buy expensive products. Just follow these tips religiously, and you will rock.

 

  • CTM is a must. Do it twice every day. And, don’t skip the sunscreen during daytime.
  • Exfoliate twice a week to exfoliate dead skin cells and stimulate blood circulation.
  • Don’t go to bed without removing make-up to avoid skin damage.
  • Hydrate your skin. Use a serum with Hyaluronic acid.
  • Drink plenty of water to flush out toxins from your body.
  • Eat fresh vegetables and fruits. Limit spicy and oily food.
  • Ensure 7-8 hours of sound sleep.

 

 

If you recreate this look, post on your social media feed tagging me. I’ll repost on Instagram

 

Photography: Afridi’s Creation.

Makeup: MUA Zinat Zeba

Duputta: Panigha Dupatta.

 

Thanks for reading.

 

 

 

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