Posted on by Somdutta Singh

The festive season has already started and what are festivals without shopping right? Nothing can beat the charm to trying out new outfits to choose the one that’s perfect for you. Oh, the joy of ruffling through racks of new clothes to pick the perfect style while you go dandiya dancing, pandal hopping or attend navratri parties! Shopping needs to be done right and that’s why friends, we’re here to sort things out for you. Here’s a complete guide to shopping with to get that perfect festive look.

 1. First up, a crop top and skirt carried here flawlessly by IRA’s founder Dr Som Dutta.

 

Crop tops exemplify fashion resilience. Case in point: they were a cult in the 1980’s and are back with a bang today, from streets to the runways. When done right, the crop top matched with a bright voluminous skirt is sexy, chic and sophisticated.

 

2. A heavily embellished long kurta with a maxi skirt

Pair this lovely intricately embroidered royal blue kurta with a peach maxi skirt for a charming princess look. The front and side high slits accentuate your figure. Grace the look with stunning danglers and you’re set to stun your audience.

3. Go colorful with anarkali suits

This festive season you have to own a floor length anarkali like this one in maroon with self-work. Anarkali churidars that highlight a woman’s grace and appeal are an all-time favorite that are worn for festivals and special occasions. Did you know that anarkalis rank next only to sarees and lehengas in terms of popularity?

4. Long kurtas and palazzo pants make for a classy combination

5. Lehenga…the word is enough, isn’t it?

Fashionistas are getting ready to bedazzle everyone at the pandal or dandiya dance night. Here’s a stylish, most opulent and ethnic lehenga that’s a head turner.

These are our fashion tips for the festive season. We have covered all the traditional Indian dresses that you might think of wearing and explained the latest trends in those styles. We hope you have an amazing time during this festive season.