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You must be wondering why we’re already talking about Diwali. Yes, it’s only September, we know. But you need to order these in time, so you can get all the matching elements well in time. For the college girl, the new intern, the homemaker, the boss lady, these 11 fashion items are a gift from us to you for all the hard work you do. After all, Diwali ab door nahi...
Brocade To Befriend
One of the most common Indian outfits yet one of a kind, a Benarsi saree like this has Diwali written all over it. For the woman who loves an occasional drape, and doesn’t like it to be OTT, this is the right one.
OTB Juttis For OTB You!
Prefer trend over tradition? Let it show in your Diwali outfit with these handcrafted embroidered juttis. They can also be worn with a jeans and kurti combination.
Because ‘Sab Moh Maya Hai’!
For those who think out of the box, for those who think beyond, and those for whom ‘normal’ just won’t do, yes, this ear cuff is just about right! Diwali spirit, the modern woman style. *Wink Wink*
When In Doubt, Clutch It Out!
Mermaids that look like they came straight out of an Amar Chitra Katha story, swim playfully, making this neon pink printed clutch a conversation starter. Add this to your Diwali day ensemble and when you go visiting friends and family, they’re surely going to comment on it.
Kerala Colours Come North
Don’t underestimate the power of beige sandals, nude lipstick, minimal studs, and a simple skirt. The broad mustard border with mirror details on this ivory silk skirt is #Goals for the woman who believes less is more.
The Tiara To Rule Them All
And gracefully sits on your forehead an elaborate maang tikka. This one’s for the traditional at heart and traditional at art. Solid or printed, your kurtas (and kolhapuris) are in for a royal treat.
Subtle Sparkles For The Office Party
Mint green meets bright pink zari details in this stunning set. A traditional suit with a twist of an asymmetric hemline, it’s something close to perfection for the office Diwali party. Oh, and don’t forget your pretty pumps!
Earrings - The Right Way!
It isn’t Diwali without an ear-full of festive charm, am I right? Curved hemlines, ankle-length anarkalis, and maxi skirt-coordinates add some Kundan jewellery to these and you’re Diwali ready!
Grey? Oh Yay!
If you thought you can’t possibly wear a colour as dull as grey to special occasions, you thought wrong. This ethnic silk maxi jacket begs to differ. Whether it’s a skirt, or a parallel trouser, greys like this shine brighter than the stars.
Statement To Make!
Don’t underestimate the power of a statement jewellery! A good silver-toned necklace can take care of everything that you need for on-trend accessorising. And that’s what you should do with your solid crop tops and dhoti pants this Diwali.
Some Beige, Please?
If you thought we’re going to miss out on our top pick for festive kurtas, then you really don’t know us, do you? Give your heavy jewellery a rest for the bold-in-beige kurta has got your back.
They’re too merry to wait until Diwali arrives! Well, don’t!