7 Diwali Party Outfits for Newly Married Brides
It’s Diwali time, ladies!
No brownie points for guessing it is that time of the year when we up our fashion game to 100 or beyond…
It is that time of the year when everyone is hosting parties, inviting friends and family, and attending poojas. Amidst all this socializing and the festive fervour, don’t you would definitely want to look your best- nothing short of a dazzling diva!
If you are a newlywed who is celebrating her first Diwali after marriage, this blog is apt for you. It has a variety of outfits you could choose from- a combination of elegant, festive and traditional. Although it may be your first Diwali, you wouldn’t want to overdo your ensemble and stand out for the wrong reasons. It is imperative to keep a fine balance between something slightly blingy while being classy.
Here you go, gals…
1.Aditi Khosla looks beautiful in our midnight blue phool dabbi lehenga paired with a fuschia pink tree boota dupatta.
Image source: Bageecha Banaras
2. Tamannaah Bhatia looks drool-worthy in this dark pink and gold sharara set.
She has kept her makeup minimal and has paired her outfit with traditional earrings.
Image source: Fabiiana Official
3. If you want to go in for something retro this outfit donned by Priyanka Chopra Jonas is a must, on this Diwali!
Can’t get my eyes off the polka dots! PC pairs her ensemble with classy danglers and bold lipstick shade.
Image source: Ajay Kadam
Outfit by and earrings by: Sabysachi Mukherjee
4. A stunning and chic light blue lehenga with subtle silver embellishments and a sheer dupatta.
Not to miss the unconventional blouse with tassels at the ends.
Image source: Vijit Gupta
Outfit by: Rhea Pillai Rastogi
5. Dazzle through this festive season with this exquisite jewel-toned outfits bedecked with eclectic motifs and delicate details.
Image source: CARMA
Outfit by: Mandira Wirk
6. Want something a bit OTT and blingy?
How about this navy blue royal kurta with a patiala salwaar and a sheer dupatta!
You could pair it with chaandbalis and a statement maangtikka to add oomph to the ensemble.
Image source and Outfit by: Abhinav Mishra
7. I am in love with this subtle mint green Anarkali with light silver embellishments.
Image source: Soltee by Sulakshana Monga
Ready to rock this festive season and look nothing short of a pataka?