The festive season is here and all are geared up for the Dandiya nights, a custom practiced during navratras to celebrate the homecoming of Goddess Durga. Every one wants to look their best as you celebrate, sing and dance. Here are few style tips which will help you to look your best this season….
Dhoti pants– Dhoti pants are the latest thing in the Ethnic wear to replace salwars and other bottom styles. They look nice and are a good option to turn the basic ethnic styles into a fusion look. Try wearing it with a short anarkali or a straight kurta in bright colors and you will be all set for the big dandiya night.
The Waistcoat style– Waistcoat’s look gorgeous and stylish over traditional wear. You can team it up with a plain kurta or an anarkali or even with a simple plain shirt or a T-shirt. Waistcoats in bright colors with colorful embroidery in mirrorwork and tie and dye perfectly justifies the occasion.
Customize your own lehnga– We all have some or the other sort of textile piece lying at home which needs to be recycled. This Navratra create your own piece by recycling a product. For example pick one of your mom’s old saree and turn it into a beautiful looking lehnga like this.
A layer of Cape– Embroidered Capes are the hottest trend of the season. Pair it up with your favorite bottoms like palazzo, dhoti pants and skirts for a traditional look.
The saree look– Nothing beats the look of a great handwoven saree, combine it with a brocade blouse or a long jacket like this. Or you can also jazz up your plain sarees by adding a blouse in mirror work to make it look apt for the occasion.
High on embroidery– When we think of a dandiya night, its generally about lots of color and bling things and the same goes for your ensemble too. Try embroidery in gota and mirrorwork so that you could stay true to the festive mood.