Latest Dressing Trends For Diwali 2017Published By: 24newsmedia
Let us have a look at Latest Dressing Trends For Diwali 2015. Latest fashion trends of Indian market are totally different from the rest of the world. Diwali is the festival of lights and represents the tradition of ethnicity of India. You will find people wearing all sorts of clothes during the entire year, but when it is Diwali, you will find everyone wearing Indian ethnic dresses. Special trousseau of designer wears are collected to have that lighted spirit of Diwali. My personal preference for Diwali in 2015 is strictly wearing a Saree during Pujas and taking the blessings of elders for myself, and when it is evening and sparkling everywhere, I love to dress up in my new Anarkalis or Punjabi suits with huge danglers.
We had experienced big billion days, Diwali Dhamaka offers and grand Diwali shopping festivals for online shopping. I too made some of the purchases from local markets as well as online shopping. I shall be publishing my shopping spree on the ItsEvalicious Facebook page soon.
Latest Dressing Trends For Diwali 2017
Let us have a look at present trends of dresses and Sarees, trending this Diwali 2017.
The fashion trend of Anarkali suits is totally denying to fade out. Dressing up with even a simple Anarkali suit can give a rich party look and perhaps, this is the only reason for its continuous, high ranked existence in the market. You can select up on many kinds of Anarkali suits. The one with simple flair or the one with huge number of kalis. You can get varieties of designs and patterns in it and currently ranking one is floor length gown style
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Straight cut lehenga dress:
This dress looks super rich and gorgeous and if you are a person, who loves to look trendy then you should have the pick of the season.
If you are the one, who can’t carry heavy Lehengas and huge flairs then Pakistani Pattern dresses are ideal for you. They are not only rich in looks, but gives you a different flavor of the season. Palazzo pants with a straight cut pakistani lawn dress can be a perfect look with an ease.
The digital prints have taken the toll on the markets and you could see people dying to purchase it. You can pair up a digital print dupatta with plain dress or digital print kurti. Digital prints are very well used in Anarkalis, Pakistani and other kinds of suits and it guarantees, a completely modern, trendy look.
I am a huge fan of sarees, having a big collection of traditional Bandhani Sarees (I love Gujarati Bandhani in rich materials). Kanchipuram, banarasi, Kanjivaram and Calcutti are some of the distinct Sarees in my collection. But this time, I wish to make a change in the regular attire and go for a designer look. I have collected a shaded Red Saree and added black lace to it and pairing it with Kutchi work blouse. This looks total eye catcher. This time season is calling for heavy looks blouse and dual material Sarees. Long sleeves or 3/4th sleeves blouses are total in thing and you can be a Fashionista by making certain changes in your overall look.
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Designer blouses, kutchi work blouses, innovative patterns in blouse designs can create a unique look. You should definitely try a long sleeve blouse with Saree, this festive season.
You can add huge danglers or jhumkas with any Saree or dress and carry the look. Pairing with traditional jewellery can also add jewel to the total look.
Palazzo Pants for latest trends
I could not give up on popularity of Palazzo pants recently. Afghani Palazzo pants can add a bit of dazzle to your regular dresses. Go on to purchase a shimmer or net palazzo and pair it with a jacquard print kurti to create a unique distinct look for Diwali 2017.