How to Dress up Like a Dream This Festive Season

festival dress

Festivals come in our lives to give us yet another chance to laugh with our loved ones and to make happy memories. They are also an excuse to get dressed in our best outfits and dazzle the onlookers. Everyone wants to look their best on the day of the festival, thus, try to get the best outfit that they can lay their hands upon.

Whether it is Diwali, Dussehra, Eid or Christmas, Indian ethnic wear is one of the best choices that you can definitely go for. There are many things that you can try out from the vast range of ethnic wear that is made available in different styles, designs, colour combinations and other specifications in order to meet varied preferences of the people.

Here are different trips and tricks that you can consider while dressing up for this festive season:

  • Make sure to pick up something you are comfortable in
  • Your outfit must be a mix of comfort and style quotient
  • You can either select a Salwar Kameez, Saree, Lehenga Choli or a Kurti with a bottom wear of your choice
  • At festive season, you can try out unique or weird colour combinations that are quirky as well as trendy
  • Layering is a hit in ethnic wear and you can try it by going for a jacket over your Saree or Suit and even frills
  • Traditional styles as well as contemporary ones go hand in hand on festivals
  • You can readily go for the heavy embroidered outfits or the fancier versions of the ethnic wear as festivals allow you to wear anything that catches your fancy, without worrying about anything
  • For Diwali, make sure not to wear flowy outfits or the ones having vast flare.
  • It is also beneficial to avoid wearing outfit made using flammable clothes on Diwali

Here are the specific tips for each of the suggested ethnic wear:

1. Salwar Kameez:Salwar Kameez

  • Don’t be boring; rather pour in your creativity while selecting the Salwar Kameez for yourself or getting it designed
  • Choose narrow-fit salwars to go with the kameez as it will help you give a slimmer look
  • If you want to wear a churidar, then make sure that it is not made using body hugging fabric or a thin fabric

2. Saree:Saree ethnic dress

  • Sarees made up of net fabric are completely out of fashion
  • You can go for the Sarees made of light or flowy material, such as georgette, chiffon, etc
  • The silk sarees also look amazing at festive time as it provides the necessary elegant look to the personality of the wearer
  • If you have a heavy bust area, then you should go for the printed blouses
  • In case, if your arms are flabby, then you must not go for the sleeveless blouses and should opt for quarter or full sleeved blouses

3. Lehenga Choli:Lehenga Choli


  • While selecting your lehenga choli, always remember that you are not picking it up for your wedding
  • Choose a Lehenga Choli with minimal embroidery work, but scoring high in terms of style and glamour quotient
  • Make sure that the flare of your lehenga is appropriate and not very voluminous

4. Kurti with a bottomwear:

kurti bottom wear


  • If you have a curvy or a lean figure, then it is best not to go for a body hugging kurtas. You should rather try on some loose fitted kurtas
  • You can try Kurtas made using cotton, georgette or silk fabric as these are quite in demand
  • You can also opt for Pakistani Kurtas that are quite long
  • If you want to try something new, then you can go for different cuts or styles of Kurtas, like the A-shape, uneven cut and high-low kurtas
  • You can also team up your kurta with the bottom wear of your choice, from leggings, jeans, cigarette pant, palazzo to any other type of your choice

Styling tips:

  • Choose a pretty dupatta or stole matching your outfit or in contrast colour
  • Go for sleek bracelets or bangles as it will give an illusion of slimmer look
  • Avoid necklaces, and instead opt for statement earrings
  • When it comes to hair, it’s always better to leave them loose
  • Add a graceful appeal to your personality by wearing stilettos or pumps
  • You can also sport a tiny bindi on your forehead for that touch of tradition