5 Fashion Essentials For The Diwali Festive Look

Are you all geared up for the festive season? The festive of lights, Diwali is a fun filled festival that keeps our spirits high. All we can think about is dressing up, enjoying the savories and decorating the home. Dressing to nines should be top on your checklist and to help you with that, I have curated top 5 essentials that will make you look like a dazzling princess.

So if you are clueless or still have no idea on what to wear this festive season then get inspired by me 😛 .  I want all my readers to look stunning on Diwali and that is why I decided to write a post on how all you can gear yourself for Diwali. Check them out.

1. Dazzling ethnic wear:

A brand new dress is all that you need to pamper yourself this Diwali, and with a plethora of choices, you can definitely get confused on what to buy. So, I would suggest 3 different styles of ethnic outfit:

  • Conceptual saree- If you want an Indo-Western fusion wear, then get your hands on the designer conceptual saree and look like a diva.
  • Ethnic kurti- For all the pretty girls out there, get your hands on the classic ethnic kurti in bright shades and style them with palazzo, skirts to bring a unique look.
  • Saree- Is this your first Diwali post wedding? Then invest in a gorgeous Bollywood style saree that is surefire to bring out the ethnic diva avatar.

What I Wore ?


I got this Kurta from Sarojani Nagar market just in rupees 200 and I paired this kurta from the matching leggings and dupatta from my sister’s wardrobe.

2. Style statement footwear:
When it comes to footwear, heels and jutti are quintessential footwear for the festive season. But go fashionable with pom pom juti that are making waves in the fashion circuit and will definitely flatter your ethnic wear. However, you can even go for metallic heels to bring festive vibes.

What I wore?

I preferred a pair my ethnic outfit with Kohlapuri chappals those i got from Shirdi. You can notice in the prior picture.


3. Glitzy jewelry:
To complement your ethnic wear you ought to invest in attention-grabbing jewelry. So, this season go bold with chandelier earrings, choker, and matching bangles. For Diwali I recommend heavy jhumkas that would elevate your outfit, whereas for the Bhai Dooj I would suggest my current favorite pom pom earrings that would brighten up any pastel shade outfit, so do add them to your jewelry box.

What I Wore ?

I completed my about festival look with a mid size jhumki those are again a purchase from my Shirdi visit. I also wore the old black ring that I got from a street shopping i don’t know  how many years back.


4. On point makeup kit:

It goes without saying that you need to doll up your face with pretty makeup. So if you are a newbie to makeup, I would recommend you to stash these 7 makeup products:
->Kohl pencil
->Mini eyeshadow palette

If you want to go a step forward, then add highlighter, bronzer to your makeup kit and you are good to go. If you want makeup inspiration, then Youtube is your go-to destination.


What I wore ?

  •  Lakme 9to5 CC Cream
  • Lakme Compact
  • Makeover Eye Pencil
  • Sugar Eye Liner
  • Maybelline Colossal Kajal
  • Makeover Eye Pencil
  • Colorbar Lipstick in the shade Pretty Please 79

5. Ethnic clutch or beg:
Complete your fascinating look with an ethnic clutch that would carry all your essentials and pump up your attire too. I suggest potli, embellished box clutch for dinner parties that would easily bring festive vibes.

What I preferred?


I preferred to carry my old black bag that has some gold detailing on one side to complete this look . I got this bag around for 600 rupees a long time back.

So, girls sparkle like a diamond this Diwali and be ready to be loaded with compliments. A Very Happy Diwali. Love you all.

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