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How To Look Like A Patakha Without Spending A Bomb This Diwali

This year’s festive season surely looks different than the usual and so is going to be Diwali. The festival of lights might be dimmed by the shadow of the pandemic, but fashion is here to your rescue. While there has been a ban on crackers, there’s no one stopping you to look like a firecracker without having you cost a bomb.

Here is your Diwali 2020 guide on how to look at your fashionable best no matter what your plan is with minimal damage to your wallet –

The Desi Saree With Videshi Twist –

In the list of must-have festive essentials, Saree is always on the top. But enough with the same old saree saga, this Diwali curl you regular saree with a modern twist and make it a classic fusion look. Pick any of your simple plain sarees and pair it with a heavily embroidered or contrast coloured jacket. Complete the look with a quirky belt and Indo-western accessories. From Diwali party with friends and family to a low-key Diwali puja, this look is the answer to all.


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The No-Fussy Pantsuit –

Pantsuits are a huge trend this year, it is not fussy, comfortable and perfect if you have a lot of errands to run.  You can wear vibrant coloured pantsuit like red, orange or shimmery white. You can also opt for a black blazer on an all-white kurta. Pair it with chunky earrings and neckpieces. This will be perfect for your office parties or even at functions you feel too lazy to dress up for.

The Experimental Dhoti Pants –

Is your style as unpredictable as the year 2020?  Then experiment with your festive look this year to be the centre of attention. Try a pair of bright coloured dhoti pants with a plain kurta or top, you can even add a pallu to make it more desi. Anything with huge ruffles will also help you ace the style game, big ruffles on Shararas, dress or even blouses will add a touch of freshness to your look.


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