I know Diwali is long gone pollution, on the other hand, is still here :P. Delhi people have a death wish by God, we are basically living in a death chamber for fuck’s sake. I hope you guys are seriously taking care of yourself, wearing masks and what not.
Anyways in this post, I have curated two ethnic Diwali looks, This one is a little bit revealing so it’s befitting for house parties and clubs. I have paired black crop top from Zara with my favourite black mesh skirt from Massimo Dutti and necklace from Forever 21. I personally don’t like to wear very heavy Indian wear and that too in small get-togethers. So to keep it light, having one statement skirt or a very easy breezy lehenga can be a good investment. It can be paired up with crop tops, bralettes or designer choli and don’t forget one statement jewellery to complete the look.
My second outfit is traditional yet modern and elegant. I just love this lehenga choli/ corset. I bought it from Ritu Kumar last year for my brother’s wedding. Its super light and chic at the same time. I Know heavily printed clothes can’t be everybody’s cup of tea. I can also recommend sober colours with a little embroidery and a good hairdo with one statement piece. This is it, for now, have fun this festival and coming wedding season:)
“Leave something to the imagination” is such a chauvinistic and an old school thought. I don’t want some perv imagining anything about me, and that too probably with his hands down under his pants :P. Seriously guys wear whatever you want to, don’t feel comfortable in showing your cleavage? nobody is forcing you to, but also don’t shame anybody if they do.
I have decided to put all my night outlooks in one post so you guys can get the idea of how to put a party outfit together. The black dress you see here is actually a skirt and it’s from Zara I tucked the elastic belt of the skirt under my strapless bra and pulled up a layer of the net of the skirt over my bra to make it look like a dress. Its kind of genius I know.
This one can be a fall night outlook. A faux- fur jacket will look perfect with a simple gown or with short flowy dresses with boots on a winters night. I am wearing a high low cami dress from Shein and the faux fur jacket from Zara and grey heels are from Rosso Brunello.
This one looks little wild doesn’t it? Something like this will be perfect to wear on a friend’s birthday bash or a girl’s night out. I am wearing a black tank top, skirt and heels from Zara and the bag is from Aldo. A pretty dress like this can be really good for a date night or just normal clubbing. If you guys don’t normally wear anything but black ( like 99% of people) in clubs or parties. I would seriously suggest to mix it up sometimes and be different than the rest of the herd. Go wear that attention-grabbing red dress once in a while nobody is stopping you. This was my favorite LBD until I lost it somewhere. A nice black bodycon is a must-have in your wardrobe. Any emergency like God forbid if you have to meet your douchy ex at a mutual friend’s party or something :P. For reals, though a nice LBD can do no harm and and a good quality black dress is a perfect investment piece. This one is super cheap though because it’s from Shein but the quality is not that bad at all and shoes are from Zara. This one is a little different from all of the above looks. I don’t know why but as soon as I wore this outfit, it gave me poo vibes from K3G. This is something she would totally wear with a half jacket or something, and that too in college but since we are not living in a Bollywood movie, something like this is perfect for a girl’s night out or a nice date. I am wearing denim bandeau, suede shorts, and heels from Zara and the bag is from Charles & Keith.