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Updated by linenfabricindia on Oct 31, 2017
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Bring on the best style this festive season!

The one thing that all Indians absolutely love to do is dressing up on festival seasons. The festivity make it a scene to be part of, but what makes it all the more fun is the feel-good factor that pretty much radiates from every household

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Best dressing ideas on festive season

Best dressing ideas on festive season

If there is a time to be in India, it has to be during the amazing festive season from October to December. The festivity and fervour does make it a scene to be part of, but what makes it all the more fun is the feel-good factor that pretty much radiates from every household. The one thing that all of us Indians absolutely love to do is dressing up. Be it a wedding, a birthday party or a party on a Friday night – looking good is the one thing we cannot miss out on.

With Diwali right here, it is an absolute must that we look our best at all times. Ethnic wear is best worn with oodles of confidence and that makes it all the more to wear it in style. Plus, since it is a long holiday, you have every reason to choose the best to wear and look at your fabulous best. Here are some of the best dressing ideas this Diwali to ensure you are going to look the best -

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Going all out traditional

Going all out traditional

What better time to flaunt your rich Indian wear than during Diwali?! Grab that gorgeous saree your mother got you and never found the right occasion to flaunt it with some jewellery, perhaps even some gold and adorn yourself. That is definitely going to catch some eyes and put others to envy.

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Mix it up!

Many people hesitate about going all traditional because they feel it does not resonate with them? But the great trend now is mixing things up or fusion. The combination of both Western wear and Indian gets you into the Diwali spirit and ensures that you feel comfortable.

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Colours

Colours

You probably have a personal dress colour code for your everyday occasions but this festive season, allow yourself to go a bit further and experiment with a wide variety of colours. Grab some multi-colour prints, some chunky jewellery, perhaps some matching bracelets to go with the look.

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Footwear

Footwear

Feet are the first thing that people unconsciously observe while meeting with new people so it becomes mighty important that you dress them well. The most comfortable one can find that are fashionable and festive are those nice Kolhapuri or Jodhpuri chappals. Even those neat flip-flops with stones and designs will work. Though you may feel that heels will complete the outfit, always give your comfort higher priority.

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Accessories

Accessories

Choosing the right jewellery can really accentuate the overall look of your outfit so make sure you pair it well with your dress and your footwear. If you chose to wear a dress that is traditional and has loud colours going on, it would be best to wear one big necklace which would complement the outfit. Wearing too much jewellery could make you look much too gaudy and overdressed, that is not what you are aiming for. Mix and match, as mentioned earlier could really work towards staying classy and chic at the same time.

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Go with a Theme

Go with a Theme

If you are intending to throw a party or likely to attend one, do dress according to the occasion. If the occasion is about attending or performing Pooja, a saree or an anarkali suit would be best suitable. If it happens to be a party involving a lot of dancing and socializing, something comfortable like harem or palazzo pants paired with a trendy jacket. It would be smart to stick to dark colours just in case something spills and much easier to wash off.

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The tribal touch

Having a tinge of tribal in your outfit is quite appealing like a septum nose ring with traditional clothing choices like skirts, kaftans, tunics could really upgrade your festive look.

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Stone Embellishments

While picking up outfits, keep an eye out which has stone work like emeralds, rubies. Especially with minimal jewellery, you will surely be the talk of the town!

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Metallic jewellery

Metallic jewellery

Metal pieces can be both traditional and bold. With a printed saree or a bold colour, it would be drool worthy. With the right footwear and make up, you would be unstoppable!

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Unconventional

Choosing dresses and colours that you would typically stay away from, make this occasion the time you would seize them. Grab that hue of neon and that deep rusty red and give people something to talk.