By : Juhi Bansal
Diwali is almost here and I am sure most women are hyperventilating trying to decide on an outfit for the festival. While I personally do not believe in buying new clothes anymore (why buy when you can borrow!) and the same is true for Diwali, I also make sure that if I do end up buying something, I make the most of it. Meaning every outfit that I now add to my closet should be versatile enough for atleast three different looks so that I can justify the spend.
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One of my top picks for festivities this season is this indigo printed outfit with aari work hand embroidered in antique Kasab. It gives the whole look a traditional feel without going OTT. Just the way I like it! 🙂
And did I talk about the pallazzo pants! They are a mix of different fabrics which were crushed to give a bouncy effect. Apart from the colours, I just love the feel of the pants. Can’t wait to style them with a crop top and heavy jewelry for another festive look.
I have styled the outfit with my favourite danglers from Amrapali Jewels and a statement ring by Sweta Parikh. These pieces add elegance to the entire look without taking attention away from the outfit.
The amazingly talented Sandhya Shah at Palanquine has created a unique line of clothing that perfectly blends India’s rich heritage and popular modern design. I for one can’t stop gushing about it! You can check out her entire collection on her social media platforms: