The Not So Bling Diwali

When we speak about festive dressing, its mostly associated with heavy, bling and sparkly clothes. While it adds a lot of glamour, but is a little difficult to carry. You feel restricted in terms of your movement, work and not to forget the comfort. Diwali is one such festival where we love playing dressing up but it need not be like we are sinking in the weight of the clothes. I remember wearing my Diwali clothes only for the pooja and the offcourse for the pictures with family. Then I used to rush to change into a pair of denims and t-shirt so that I am able to burst firecrackers.

This post is particularly dedicated particularly to all friends who like to keep it comfortable and casual and yet not miss the festive charm. I’ve curated a light look where I have opted for a bright orange and yellow skirt and have paired it with a basic white shirt. I love white shirts and wear it with almost everything, however you can choose a colored shirt as well if you please. Pair it with the right accessories to complete the look. Big jhumkas or long layered neck pieces works the best with this look.

We mostly never get to use our festive clothes in day to day basis. In most cases have to wait for a wedding or family function to be able to drive some value of our clothes. However, this look will help you use this skirt as your daily wear. Pair it with a t-shirt , kurta or a crop top with a high bun for a more casual look.

Hope you like the post. Do leave in your comments if you do.

Lots of love


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