5 Unique Fashion Tips this Diwali

If you want to stand out this festive season try these trendy fashion tips to make your signature style :-

Maang teeka on band gala & kamarbandh on tummy or drapes, Gold jewel on silver clothes will never go waste.
nts_5438If you wear a boat neck or a chinese collar and your neck is empty you can make up for it with a maang teeka and statement earrings. Naaptol has great combo offers that includes all jewellery at great price.

Anchor Nidhi in the lime green dress wore a tight kamarbandh around stomach with lehenga/saree to enhance the look, while Anchor Resha in red looked unique with a bajuband.

If you think Gold & silver -a mismatch? Not anymore Look at kareena kapoor she is in news for her fashion style of late. She combines silver jewellery on gold or vice versa.

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A must-have for this season are these new waist belts.

Clinch your waist when you wear a lot of these flared layers as suggested, so that you can still look thin and smart while you wear a lot of volume too.

Vintage treat- with moms 30 year old kanjivaram and a kamarband

Try a different drape . Silk saree with maroon golden border can be paired with a gold kundan waist belt.

 

Combine dark and light shades

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Mix bright colors or dark color with soft pastel shade to add perfect balance to your festive look. Try champagne pink, fuchsia, faded red, mint green, black and baby blue.A royal blue kurta with gold embroidery and a mild skin colour palazzo. A peach colour front side slit kurti with golden shiny leggings. Golden blouse and silk with net dark pink and blue lehenga.

 

 

Vintage Floral Embroidery- Eye Catcher

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For day wear opt for a nice flowing anarkali with chikenkari or badla work or shadow saree and for evening nothing better than a transparent sheer and opaque silk ornate with vintage floral pattern embroidery.

 

 

 

 

 

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Fushion of Victorian, Egyptian, & Mughal with Indian Dress

Lehengas, anarkalis & laachas may sound very basic but why don’t you experiment with cape, inbuilt dupattas or trails, layered lehengas with laacha, lehengas with dupattas fixed on the blouses to form trails, off-shoulder choli with transparent dupattas,. These are few styles which will catch everyone’s eyes.