Hey beautiful people,
My favourite festival is here and I have been on my toes for the past week preparing for it. Nonetheless, I managed to sneak out from all the hustle-bustle and find some time to blog and talk to you guys about how I styled my Diwali look (grin).
I recently got an outfit tailored for myself. I had picked up a champagne gold brocade fabric and was contemplating over what to get made out of it. I finally decided to make a bandh-gala kurta and a raspberry pink dhoti pants to go with it. I always had an inclination towards brocade as it always fits my body so well. My intention was to keep the look a little classy and clean. Pearl and kundan (uncut diamonds) jewellery are my all-time favourites when it comes to creating a festive look. I think they look so suave and classy and complement almost all of the Indian attires. So, I finished my Diwali look with a pair of jhumkis (Global Jewellery) and a long three-strings pearl and kundan necklace from Soranam. Gold pumps and a floral over-sized clutch from Aldo were all I needed to complete the look.
I hope you guys liked this post. Do comment and tell me about what you thought and also share what you wore on Diwali, because hey, Indian festivals are our favourite reasons for dressing up (wink).
Also, have a bright and safe Diwali! I’m glad that lots of us are adopting and even creating awareness about Green Diwali. Remember, Diwali was never about polluting our environment and endangering the lives of animals and even some of us. So, light a few diyas, throw some colours on your floors, binge on those delicious sweets and have a wonderful time with your family and friends. Happy Diwali everyone! 🙂
Outift: Custom-made, Earrings: Global Jewellery, Necklace: Soranam, Clutch and shoes: Aldo