Thursday, 19 October 2017

Desi Festive Punch For Diwali feat. Triveni Ethnics

Festivals bring you an array of attires in the styles that are synonymous to passion for life. You may go bold with gloriously embellished ethnics or may choose to wear chic Indo-western to make a festive fashion statement. I personally favour an elegant ethnic outfit on all special ocassions that makes me feel special in a way that I don't dress up every day.

This Diwali, I've got myself a beautiful floor-length anarkali in striking skyblue color. I know Sarees are timeless, but I made my selection for so many reasons...



The foremost reason to select it is the embroidered bodice of the outfit that reflects the master craftsmanship and perfectly complements the plain fabric. I simply couldn't take my eyes off the intricate work done in floral motifs with sheer graceful combination.

This floor length anarkali is the ideal choice for females like me who like to keep their dressing simple and suave without compromising on fashion sense. Made from georgette fabric, it's so easy to carry off and extremely comfortable while you're busy in the hustle-bustle of the festival.

The flowing fabric seamlessly conceals the flaws of certain body shape and gives the wearer a majestic and imperial appearance. I, being more on slimmer side, feel and look fuller due to its flares starting from waist line. And it definitely boosts my self-confidence when in public. 
As an anarkali, the outfit is paired with a matching santoon bottom and contrasting dupatta. But the suave and sleek outfit has a touch of western appeal to it and can rock formal parties and informal occasions as a gown ditching the lower n dupatta. Isn't it perfect when you have to hop from puja to office gathering ;)

The key is to accessorize right to amp up the sensuousness of the outfit. Don't feel shy to experiment with fierce makeup at times because life is too short to look same everyday. :)
And to show off some mandatory selfies ;)



Now, if you want a similar ethereal outfit for yourself, but are too tired to go to shopping; checkout all such lovely dressed at brimming deals on my favourite website and buy yourself some 'happiness'.
Wishing Everyone A Happy & Prsoperous Diwali!!


12 comments:

  1. You have perfectly accessorized such a pretty anarkali! I love the passa too..

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  2. Loved the color of the Anarkali...very pleasant & cool unlike all the blingy ones in the market. And you accessorised it very well . Happy Diwali 🎉

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  3. The anarkali is really pretty. I like how it is looking like an indo-western gown without the dupatta too.

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  4. I love the colour. It's a great option for both Indian and western outfits. The right kind of accessories can really transform the look.

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  5. When I saw the pics of you in this outfit, my first reaction was, "Wow! what an intricate embroidery work!" And when I read your post I realised that your motivation to pick this outfit too was the same. Loved all the pics.

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  6. That's a beautiful dress. Loved the colour combination and the embroidery work. Truly graceful.

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  7. Thats a nice dress. lovely photos

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  8. You look lovely. Floor length anarkalis are in and I love them too.

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  9. I wore a saree this diwali :)This anarkali is beautiful and you look very good in it. Hope you had a great festival time

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  10. What a great colour combination. I love the sky blue colour. And the embroidery is rich without being too flamboyant.

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  11. What a beautiful Anarkali! I love the embroidery and what gorgeous pastel blue looks so fab with black. You're carrying it amazingly well too. :)

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