As the saying goes, “Don’t light a Pataka, be one instead”, this festive season Nupur Singh has got your back. With Diwali knocking our doors, we have so many events lined up: Dhanteras, Chhoti Diwali, Diwali, Cards Party, etc. With everyone flaunting their desi avatars, you would obviously want to steal the show with your Diwali outfits. Now, you can do that by embracing your own self but with a desi tadka. Whatever your style, your mood or your comfort zone, she will show you six different outfit ideas and you would definitely find one that suits you. So, let’s begin!
The Boss Lady
If you love flaunting that power in you, the white shirt is here for you. Add palazzos/pants to it (silk, recommended). Statement neckpiece to bring that bling. Watch is an absolute must to lock that look. Neutral heels and sleek hair so that the power oozes out fine.
Outfit Deets: Shirt – H&M, Palazzo- Indya, Neckpiece – Myntra
The Bollywood Babe
Dream of recreating your own “Palat” moment. This outfit will assist you. Nothing better than ghagra to add some drama. Sequined top for the Bollywood glitter. Loose curls to compliment. You can go on with some accessories too, but nakhre hi iska gehna hain!
Outfit Deets: Top- Lifestyle, Ghagra- Indya
Time to play with colours. Aztec and indie prints are your best friends. Pick a colourful bottom and an even more colourful jacket to keep it flowing. Of course, silver jewellery must be there. For footwear opt for juttis/sandals. Beachy-wavy-messy hair to keep the look on point.
Outfit Deets: Top- H&M, Jacket- Lifestyle, Bottoms – Ajio
If you can’t ditch your jeans, worry not. Bring along a nice jacket or shrug. You can wear a crop top/top to complete the look. Silver jewellery to make the outfit more put together. And here you are ready to go.
Outfit Deets: Top- Ajio, Shrug- Ajio, Jeans – Myntra
If Maya Sarabhai is your alter ego, you must follow this glam diva. Love for all things high-end and that hint of pride because upper-class! Velvet top can be a good option. Pair it with high waist pants and a dupatta. Make sure each element has a glam factor of its own. A statement neckpiece to steal the show. And lastly, don’t forget to roll your eyes every time you see something ‘down market’.
Outfit Deets: Top-Shein, Bottom- Mango, Dupatta- Myntra
If you are just not the person to put in efforts for curating an outfit beforehand, you are going to relate to her. Go for some basic tank top to start with. Open your wardrobe, randomly pick out a bottom and a dupatta, which of course don’t have to belong to a particular set. Now throw them on with some earrings. A low messy bun for that pinch of sweetness. Now, go running to your puja ghar, get a flower and insert it in your bun. You are ready to rule!
Outfit Deets: Top-H&M, Bottoms- Indya, Dupatta- W (Myntra)