outfits for the newlywed

11 *Awesome* Outfits For Your First Diwali As A Newlywed!

Kaveri Waghela

Junior Wedding Editor

Your firsts’ are always precious, and if it happens to be your first Diwali as a newlywed, then it better be extra special. To help you look great and leave a lasting impression on your new family, we have put together 11 pretty outfits for the newlywed that we bet, will shine brighter than the festive lights. Psst… Did we tell you they are all under 15k? Go on, shop happy!

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Churidaar charm

There is nothing more beautiful than a well-fitted churidaar kurta in a stunning hue of blue. This colour blocked wonder with gentle sequinned border on the hem, will ensure you look every bit of a princess at the family Diwali bash. Finish the look with a pair of silver danglers and heels to match.


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Floral contrast

Bask in your newlywed glow in this pink and floral print lehenga from Yosshita & Neha. The satin print fabric along with the shantoon dupatta and net blouse is perfect for when you want to look all fabulous and dressed up. Match it with a pair of pretty chandbalis available on Kraftly for Rs 400.

Yosshita & Neha

₹10268   ₹20055   48% off
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Gharara galore

Add an edge to your traditional attire with some gharara magic. This one comes with subtle gota patti work that would really complement all the festive lights around. Wear it with a pair of juttis, style your hair in a messy bun and swipe on a bright pink lip colour!


₹10200   ₹12000   15% off
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The spirit of blue

If you are one of those who steers clear from all that bling, then this cold shoulder pleated gown would be perfect. The floral applique embroidery makes it quite a statement piece. It is also a great way to add a subtle edge to an otherwise traditional outfit.


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Preen in green

Unleash your inner diva with this bright and glossy olive green anarkali suit with a contrasting red and gold border dupatta. What’s more, it even has a fun Pacman print all over the dupatta that adds a playful edge to this stunning outfit. Winner!

Surendri By Yogesh Chaudhary

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Just like sunshine

Get stylish in a gorgeous yellow cotton chanderi lehenga that is sure to make you stand out and how! Such a happy, bright, festive colour! The minimal work ensures you can even wear it during the day-time, when most relatives come visiting. Loose curls, a bright lip colour and you’re sorted.

The Loom

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Saree love

When in doubt, wear a saree. A saree is a versatile outfit that can spruce up your traditional look. And a silk baby pink saree like this would be best to don for a Diwali party. The pallu features quirky beige and gold horse motifs and the saree comes with a candy pink blouse piece. Now nothings going to look more adorable than that!


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Maroon magic

If you like solid colours, then this maroon hand block printed suit would look lovely on you. It has the right amount of shine, not too flashy, neither too plain. A pair of gold plated jhumkas are just what you need to complete your festive look. Buy them on Amazon for only Rs 299.

The Loom

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Purple glamour

Nothing speaks royalty as a purple hued attire. And if it is a saree, we assure you it’ll make you look just as gorgeous. The silk saree comes with a contrast border and a gold-beige blouse piece. The colours are perfect for morning and night and will look lovely when worn with a pretty gajra in your hair.


₹625   ₹1250   50% off
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Glitter glam

Be the center of attention on your first Diwali after marriage in this shimmery angrakha suit set. And no, you don’t necessarily have to wear a dupatta along with it. The A-line angarakha style kurta comes with crop silk pants that blends modern design and traditional aesthetics, in the most beautiful way possible!

Miar Designs

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Peach Paradise

This peach gown would suit best for when you want to steer clear from traditional outfits but still don’t want to lose out on that ethnic touch. The peach gown with long slit bell sleeves and embellished resham and zari embroidery is not just elegant but is just what you need to glam up your look!

Kalki Fashion

11 outfits for the newlywed

Start shopping ladies!

Published on Sep 27, 2017
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