Diwali is around the corner and like every time, ‘the Diwali outfit’ is always the biggest confusion. Dressing up for the festival of lights is always a challenge especially when you have to choose from a wide variety of traditional wear.

Here’s a guide to glam up this Diwali season with the following latest trends:

Cape sleeve Kurtas: Let’s admit that people are obsessed with festive hued outfits. Yellow, oranges, pinks being the favourite ones. One can try light embroidered ankle length pant-suits with lively patterns to grow upon the millenials, such as simple designs of nature craving owls, butterflies, florals. It is a perfect way to oomph up your chic style aura amalgamated with desi vibes for the upcoming festive season.

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Drape Saree or gowns: Who doesn’t like easy-to-wear outfits? Someone who bears less patience can go for drapes. The magnificent drapes in subtle festive hues like the fine shades of mauve, mint and sorbet is surely a must-have for the season! It not only adds that perfect feminine touch to one’s look but also graces up the festive vibes.

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Sharara with bell sleeves: Taking inspiration from the retro era, shararas and ghararas have taken a true spin in the fashion industry. And therefore one might be eligible to say that a sharara with bell sleeves kurti, bespoke fine applique sharara or even plain kurta with plain sharara and a heavy dupatta is something one can count on this colourful season!

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Lehengas: Lehengas can never go out of fashion and for an elegant and modern touch, just pair it up with ruffle dupatta and a classy maang tikka to stand out in vogue this season. And, if sometimes, one does not feel like going heavy, a plain lehenga paired with a classic dupatta can give the perfect heritage vibes and yet be easy to carry!