10 Pretty Outfits For The Desi Girl... Perfect For The Festive Season

10 Pretty Outfits For The Desi Girl... Perfect For The Festive Season

Keeping up with trends can be a hard task, especially when it’s festive season. Which is why we rely on our favourite bloggers for awesome style inspiration. If you’re wondering what to wear this festive season, then here are 10 looks curated from the collection available on AJIO.com by our favourite Plixxo bloggers.

1. Mehak Sethi of Beautiful Inception

Sarees make every woman look super elegant. If you like this look then we’ve got your back! Wear this pretty ikat saree with these tribal neckpieces and complete your look with black sandals. Add oodles of style by wearing a bright red lipstick and a bindi.

Get this look: Ikat Saree: (Rs. 4,999) Buy it here; Sandals (Rs. 1,499) Buy it here; Coin Neckpiece(Rs 799) Buy it here; Antique tribal neckpiece (Rs 799) Buy it here

2. Aanchal Goel of My Multi Faceted Diary

Layering as a trend (especially with ethnic clothes) can be quite tricky. But the trend can help you create stunning outfits! Wear this pretty kurta jacket set with pants and accessorize your look with a black neck piece, for an extra dose of glam.

Get this look: Kurta Jacket Set (Rs 1999) Buy it here; Fit and Flare pants: Rs 1349. Buy it here; Beaded neckpiece (Rs 305) Buy it here; Pom-pom neckpiece (Rs 399) Buy it here

3.  Malvika Gupta of Style On Wings

Doesn’t this bright coloured saree make Malvika look like a goddess? This will make you stand out from the crowd without a shadow of doubt. Ladies, don’t forget that red lipstick!

Get this look: Handloom saree (Rs 1499) Buy it here; Golden sandals (Rs 1759) Buy it here; Kalamkari cotton blouse (Rs 1799) Buy it here; Necklace and earrings set (Rs 2099) Buy it here

4. Ashima Makhija of Colors n Glitters

You can never go wrong with traditional attire for Durga Puja. But if you wish to modernise your look, you can experiment with your blouse. Winged eyeliner with red lipstick is super crucial for acing this look just like our blogger.

Get this look: Handloom silk saree (Rs 4674) Buy it here; Golden sandal (Rs 1499) Buy it here

5. Shanice Shrestha

If you’re someone who likes to keep it simple, then this kurta and palazzo combination with some awesome accessories and simple footwear will work great for you! Complete the look by wearing nude makeup.

Get this look: Handblock printed cotton kurta (Rs 2549) Buy it here; Palazzo pants(Rs 999) Buy it here; Chunky heeled sandals (Rs 1529) Buy it here; Handmade tribal earrings (Rs 509) Buy it here; Geometric rings (Rs 200) Buy it here

6. Dimpi Sanghvi of Wardrobe Secrets


/ Check out my Durga Pooja look from @ajiolife♥🎆🎇 So I have put together an orange & off white colour lehenga set ✨ in which the tube choli has been created by tying a knot at the back, giving it a very contemporary yet traditional look. Ajio is truly a one stop shop for all the latest trends in shoes, clothes, accessories & you can check out their wide range of ethnic wear collection on the link in my bio⤴⤴ @plixxo . . . . 📸 - @kanakaksharma Hair & Makeup - @runahsalon 👩 #WardrobeSecrets #AJIOrecommends #DoubtIsOut #PlixxoBlogger #MumbaiFashionBlogger #ethnicwear #instafashion #MumbaiLifestyleblogger #igers #MumbaiTravelBlogger #MumbaiBeautyBlogger #traditional #durgapoojalook #bengalilook

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A lehenga choli set is a must have in your festive wear wardrobe. You can wear it for a Diwali party with subtle makeup and pretty jhumkas!

Get this look: Lehenga Choli Set (Rs 999) Buy it here; Clear heeled sandals(Rs 1759) Buy it here; Ring (Rs 180) Buy it here; Drop earrings (Rs 360) Buy it here; Floral beaded bangles (Rs 299) Buy it here

7.  Natasha Luthra of Nat On The Rocks

A pop of colour never goes unnoticed. And so, if you want all eyes on you this festive season, get your hands on this elegant blue saree and pair it with funky jewellery. Get ready to turn some heads at the next party you’re attending.

Get this look: Handloom silk saree (Rs 3499) Buy it here; Kalamkari printed blouse (Rs 1799) Buy it here; Handmade tribal neckpiece (Rs 2499) Buy it here; Handmade tribal ring (Rs 399) Buy it here; Handmade tribal earrings (Rs 899) Buy it here

8. Aakriti Rana Gill

If you don't prefer sarees with a lot of heavy embroidery on them, this ivory classic is perfect for you. Flaunt your sassy side by wearing a pretty sequined blouse. Stay classy with minimal accessories and make-up!

Get this look: Handloom silk saree (Rs 4674) Buy it here; Floral beaded bangles (Rs 299) Buy it here; Jhumka earrings (Rs 330) Buy it here

9. Cherry Jain of Much Too Much


| Durga Puja | Head to toe from @ajiolife #doubtisout #RecommendsAjio #plixxoblogger

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When in doubt, go for minimal dressing. It’s a classy option, even during festive season. So for all those girls who find it difficult to wear ethnic clothes, this kurta-palazzo set is made for just you. Add pizzazz with these amazing heels and subtle make-up!

Get this look:  Straight kurta (Rs 1104) Buy it here; Mid rise palazzos (Rs 879) Buy it here; Silver sandals (Rs 1979) Buy it here; Ring (Rs 201) Buy it here;

10. Aashna Shroff of The Snob Journal

This classic style is a favourite for the festive season. Don't be afraid to style this gorgeous  traditional saree with a crop t-shirt to keep your look exciting. Go for minimal accessories and balance the look by opting for a simple bindi.

Get the look: Handloom linen saree (Rs 5999) Buy it here; Kalamkari cotton blouse (Rs 1799) Buy it here; Cotton blouse fabric (Rs 150) Buy it here; Drop earrings (Rs 210 ) Buy it here

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