Diwali 2018: Some styling tips to curate the festival look

This year, give a break to those heavy-set saris and embellished kurtis and be the showstopper with contemporary styles.

Diwali 2018: Some styling tips to curate the festival look

The festival season is all about playing with fashion and no festival is complete if you haven’t made additions to your wardrobe.

Diwali is upon us, and shopping activity is at its peak. It’s time to decide on the special outfit to flaunt on the big festival.

Diwali fashion is a mixture of traditional and modern wear. This year, give a break to those heavy-set saris and embellished kurtis and be the showstopper with contemporary styles. If you need some inspiration to fuel your imagination, here are some styling tips to help you rock this Diwali season.


For women’s collection, we have BIBA, designer Pooja Shroff, Aurelia, W, and Westside. For men, we have Tata CliQ and designer Sunil Mehra.



Cape gown: Enhance your festivities this season with a floor length gown with a beautiful sheer cape featuring intricate embroidery which will make you a stunner at gatherings. Price: Rs 9,950

Saree kurta: Redefine your style with a saree kurta featuring a designer saree look drape with floral embroidery on the yoke. Price: Rs 3,999


This Diwali, opt for bright colours and go for printed brocade salwars or slim fit pants. For men’s wear, block prints are on offer and they blend well with kurtas or bandhgalas or even salwars. To add a little more spark, go for quirky accessories like cufflinks, collar pins indeed become an add-on to a basic festive look.


Easy breeze: An easy breeze dress with mirror work embroidery will do wonders on the Diwali night or Diwali party or bhai dooj. Work this long ethnic dress with heels and minimal jewelry for a balanced look.

Global desi look: A bit of shimmer is all you need in your outfit for Diwali. This attire is all the reason to be brought as the embroidery over the dark green shade matches well. All you need to do is add golden statement earrings and golden strap heels.

Tata CLiQ

It is never too fancy to wear a bright coloured kurta pajama to a Diwali party or on the night of Diwali. Take your ethnic style quotient to the next level with navy striped kurta & chudidar or a dark blue sleeveless waistcoat from Manyavar which are available on Tata CLiQ.  Price: Rs 2,599 and Rs 2,999 respectively.


Flares all the way: Go for flares, cuts this Diwali season and pick this flared dress cum jumpsuit from the exclusive collection of designer Pooja Shroff. Now, you no longer have to get confused between a classic Indian design and stylish western cuts or compromise on comfort look. Add silver earrings and get ready to steal the attention of people wherever you go.

Trendy traditional: Black makes you look slim! Opt this basic lehenga choli. You could complete the look by teaming it up with statement earrings and a clutch.


Gypsuit: Confused what to wear this Diwali. A saree? A kurta? An ethnic dress?  This attire from W is one of the hottest looks you can go for. It is an innovative take on the traditional concept of wearing saree.

Floral all the way: Floral patterns are never old to be worn and this Diwali opt for a long ethnic floral dress which has a cape attached to it. To add up to the look wear statement earrings, strap heels and a funky clutch.


Pretty in peach: Peach is a colour that goes with every skin tone and this attire is mixed with gold which is a match made in fashion heaven. This straight kurta paired with matching palazzo or pant will give you a subtle look.

Subtle gold: Be it a Diwali part, bhai dooj or cards part, this long straight kurta with embroidery pated with a flared skirt will never go wrong. Tie a messy bun, add statement earrings and you are ready to rock.