As times evolve so do traditions and the women trousseau is no exception. We bring you trends to enhance your look this Diwali.
Pastel shades are trending
Pink, grey, ivory, lavender, powder blue, nudes are few shades one can add to their dressing. Try out Shehla Khan and , Monika Nidhi pastel shades with saris and lehengas.
Lehengas will never lose their charm
Lehenga comprises of a traditional skirt or simple lehenga which can be combined with short or long straight kurta or crop top. They are available in various styles, designs and work or patterns. So, this auspicious day of Diwali, you can try different styles of lehenga by Aditi Somani, Vikram Phadnis and surprise your beau at an instant.
Unexpected colour will always stand out
No longer feel the need to restrict to colour palette. You can step out and pick some neutral shades and blush tones, mixing metallic. Few collection like Payal Singhal has the bold look for you.
Modern blouse with a traditional patola saree
Try Patola saree your way with designer blouses to add a charm. Choose from the Laju Shaparia collections of Patola Sarees. The hand-painted kalamkari on handwoven fabrics would surely grab more eyeballs at the Diwali card party.
A traditional red Dupatta will never lose its charm
The red dupatta is a sure way for any girl to lend their outfit an opulent and customary touch.