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Diwali outfits for Females – 2020

As we all are well aware of the fact that Diwali, that is the festival of lights is one of the most important festivals in India. Especially on this occasion, you can see lights and joy among people all around with their happy faces. Now a doubt comes that what should be our Diwali outfit? Which is comfy as well as stylish for the rituals and Diwali party. So here we bring you some of the best outfits that would surely help in clearing this doubt of yours.

1. Outfit – 1

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So the first outfit especially a traditional one is Kurti along with a Palazzo pant. It’s a unique, trendy, and comfortable outfit on its own. You can match it with anything like the lights of your house, or the color of the clothing of your partner or anything. Or you can go for earthy tone colors like ivory, blue, or mustard yellow and can add on dupatta with this outfit. Select such a pair that isn’t much heavy or simple.

 

2. Outfit – 2

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The best way to express fashion and femininity are the traditional attires. One of the most important traditional wear is saree. It is the best on its own. For getting complements one must try floral print sarees. It never gets old fashioned. You can choose any color of your choice. A good fabric printed saree would surely be the best outfit that would enhance your looks and give you a positive vibe along with making you a center of attraction.

 

3. Outfit – 3

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The next outfit is the Sharara Dress. It is that outfit that is worth investing in. It never gets out of fashion. Or you can say that it is the most comfortable and adorable outfit one can take. A light color sharara suit, with nude-ish makeup, a messy bun, or open hairs with heavy earrings would surely prove to be the best combo.

 

4. Outfit – 4

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While talking about traditional outfits and not including lehenga in that discussion won’t be worth one. It’s one of the best traditional wears one can choose for themselves. Not a heavy one but yes printed lehengas are the best because along with comfort they are very good in style. You can add accessories to it according to your wish and a light make-up and boom!! You are ready to rock.

 

5. Outfit – 5

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Not only traditional outfits, but nowadays ladies also prefer indo-western outfits. And one of the most famous such outfits is the jumpsuit. For parties, it’s women’s favorite choice. But for the Diwali party, you can do some changes like wear a printed shrug with it, with a pair of sandals and a messy bun with light jewelry and it will look just amazing.

 

6. Outfit – 6

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Another combination for an indo-western outfit is a crop top with palazzo and a shrug. This outfit is killing. As we all know crop tops are chic and very comfy along with palazzo and an ethnic jacket it’s just wow!! Western along with traditional, what can be best than that. With some light accessories, you are ready for catching the eyes of everyone present there.

 

7. Outfit – 7

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Nowadays dhoti pants are in trend. So why not you use them for your next outfit? A dhoti pant with a matching top and an ethnic jacket is really the deadliest combo ever and also the most comfortable one. It gives a bold and goes free look. It is the recent trendy fashion so you can try this one too.

 

8. Outfit – 8

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As we know that Diwali is one of the biggest festivals of India, and Indian clothing is incomplete without a saree. But managing a normal saree can be difficult for many ladies out there. So why not we give a western touch to Indian saree. Yeah right, a pre-stitched saree with an ethnic heavy blouse. It’s one of the most elegant and prettiest outfits for all the ladies. Literally, it beautifies. So don’t think much just go for it!

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