The festival of Diwali is just around the corner, and that calls for the occasion of looking like a Lakshmi Bomb while bursting one. Although with pandemic playing the spoilsport, looks like it’s going to be a low-key affair. But hey, it doesn’t have to be any less of a fashionable affair now, does it?
If elongated work from home hours have kept you busy from planning for the sartorially-packed weekend ahead, we are here to save the day! And no, it doesn’t involve additional shopping! Mixing and merging something from the ethnic closet of our tinsel town divas, PeepingMoon.com brings you a curated list of low-key, fuss-free festive looks one can try for this year’s at-home Diwali!
THE SHIRT AND LEHENGA COMBO
Separating the pieces of your gorgeous OTT lehengas, you can recreate some fuss-free look just like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Anushka Sharma and Deepika Padukone.
Let the embellished cholis accentuate those chiffon drapes while you steal the thunder with your lehenga skirt paired with a simple shirt and a statement neckpiece.
SUIT UP THE DRAPE
Just like Karisma Kapoor, pair your capes and overcoats with sarees to spice things up a little while posing for your gram-fam!
If nothing works, pair a chic top and silver jewels with your mother's suti saree and viola! #fashionista!
THE MODISH MILLENNIAL
Unwilling to opt for heavy lehengas? Don’t worry, we got your back. Raid your sister’s closet (or not, whatever) for some breezy skirts and pair it with a contrasting or matching tank top to create a DIY indo-western look like Tara Sutaria. Throw some chunky jewellery and dazzle in your living room!
MINIMALISTIC AND CHIC
Bold hues do make for a stunning muse. Pair those hot crop cholis with your hot hued skirts like Kiara Advani and watch them drop their jaws on the floor!
Crop top, hot-hue skirt and statement jewellery- The Aamna Sharif way. Aap convince ho gaye ya hum aur bole?!
THE DRAPE DRAMA
Allow Prerna and Komolika a.k.a Erica Fernandes and Hina Khan to teach you a thing or two about drape dressing. Grab your noodle strap tee and trousers, drape up the dupatta and call yourself minimalistic chic!
It's a cherry on the cake if you pair your attire with some chunky oxidized jewellery just like Hina
Or ditch the churidaar like Ananya Panday, add some jewels and twirl away in that gorgeous anarakali.
Unused gorgeous sharara to spare? Team it up with a pair of matching or contrasting choli and drape up the dupatta to creating a fusion festive look just like Alia Bhatt and Katrina Kaif.
The chunky jewelry would help your case a little more!
THE CLASSY QUINTESSENTIALS
Go safe with sequined drapes like Malaika Arora as this is THE shimmer season.
Or keep it subtle and minimalistic while keeping up with the chicness as demonstrated by Samantha Akkineni.
Cinch your drape with statement belts and kamarpattas to achieve the desired look like Nora Fatehi.
DHOTI PANTS FOR THE WIN
Achieve a boho festive look like Karishma Tanna by teaming up your dhoti pants with a crop top and a draped dupatta
So, which fuss-free festive look are your opting for?
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