With Diwali around the corner, Diwali card parties will start any day. Since this will be an outing for many after a long time, make the best of it and look your best dear ladies. From wearing the right fabric to knowing what's in, designer Gautam Gupta from the label Asha Gautam has shared some tips with HerZindagi that will make you dazzle and make your look Instagrammable!
"As the festive season is approaching, so is the excitement to refresh and upgrade our wardrobe. The year 2020 has been an upheaval for all, but little did it lessen our excitement for the festivals and celebration. On the contrary, the mundane lockdown has awakened in us the zeal to celebrate. Despite being confined to our homes, celebration and festivities cannot be missed. The year 2020 is all about comfort and being at one’s own nest," said Gautam Gupta.
Here are some tips & trends that the designer has shared, that will rock this Diwali season when all we want is to look our best and have a great time.
Lightweight fabrics will rule this festive season so as not to weigh down your enthusiasm. Fabrics like organza, munga georgette, Banarasi georgette, tissue and silk will do the needful, maintaining the lightweight still keeping intact the grace. While we will be spending more time at home, versatility will be the key. Appliques and merging of different textiles will be seen to make things more interesting.
Prints & Embroideries
Simple brocade butis on pastels or bandhani and leheriya with a little bit of embroidery here and there would be just enough, making it lightweight yet festive.
Pair it up with cigarette pants or palazzos. Layering your outfit can add drama and volume making your look elaborate. Match a skirt with Anarkali or a saree or simply add a Dupatta with a belt. Lightweight embroideries such as resham, ari work along with pearls will be seen more.
Remember, a little extra goes a long way. It doesn’t matter if the celebration is indoors, bling and shine will still rule the season. Metallics are back and can be paired with a wide range of colours giving you the liberty to experiment and dazzle.
Sequins will be in talk and woven zari is a classic for any festive occasion.
Don’t let your spirits down and spice up your wardrobe with bold and vibrant colours like bright yellows, arcadian greens, and scarlet red and deep sea blues.
Chalky pastels and lively light shades are also a good choice to go with like rose tan, blush and lime cream, fawn and lettuce green. These colours will be comforting in the autumn festive bringing a sensation of snug and joy.
Colour Of The Year
As we talk about the colours, don’t forget about the pantone colour of the year- Classic blue. Adding an ensemble of classic blue to your closet would just be gram-worthy and drive away from the festive blues for sure.
What look do you feel is the best for you? Will you be trying some new combination this Diwali 2020?
Stay tuned to HerZindagi for more on Diwali.