With Diwali just round the corner, we, at VelvetCase bring you seven ethnic looks that you can try wearing for the Diwali pooja or party you’ve been waiting for!
You can never go wrong with a silk saree on a festive occasion, can you? Thus, our first pick for the perfect Diwali look is a simple yet stunning pure silk saree in a bright colour. We have chosen a gorgeous temple jewellery set to pair with this saree, that is sure to complement the look and be in the spirit of the season. The second look you can try to pair with a silk saree are pure gold jhumkas or chunky gold tops, while keeping the neck bare!
No, we are not forgetting those who like to dress minimally even during the festive season! The pallazo-kurta combo is very in this season, and has the potential to be styled with both modern and traditional jewellery. The first look we have selected is an emerald and pearl necklace and traditional cocktail ring, which will stand out beautifully over the mustard kurta. The second look is a completely ethnic one replete with a beautiful gold kada and pearl-embellished earrings. The last look we selected has a fusion touch with long dangling gold earrings and a diamond polki band.
The Anarkali and chudhidar combo is not going out of fashion anytime soon; and for all the right reasons! It looks festive, is easy to carry throughout the day, and can be styled in a dozen different ways. The first look we’ve picked is just earrings! Team the anarkali with this beautiful pair of jadau chandbalis or theva danglers to keep the look minimal yet rich. The second look is completely traditional, and includes gold layered jhumkas and a chunky gold and diamond ring. The third and final look features bright gold and kundan jhumkas along with a floral cocktail ring to ensure that it doesn’t look too minimal or too heavy.
For those who want to wear a saree, but want to opt something modern can try wearing a designer saree with minimal yet striking details. The first look we have chosen for this outfit is a beautiful gold and diamond bangle along with diamond-studded chandelier earrings. The alternative look for this saree is a diamond cocktail ring and classy pearl drop earrings.
We have picked this oh-so-gorgeous lehenga choli for those of you who like to dress to the nines for festivities. However, keeping in mind the contemporary look of this lehenga we have chosen jewellery on the same lines. The first look includes a pair of gold-plated chandeliers and a black-motif gold bangle, both of which have a modern feel. The second look epitomizes the beauty of black with onyx danglers and a simple cocktail ring.
The modern twist to the quintessential anarkali kurta is the swanky and stylish anarkali gown. Perfect to wear at evening parties, the anarkali gown is versatile enough to be paired with both contemporary and ethnic jewellery. The first look selected for this outfit is a pair of intricately-netted filigree drop earrings and vintage style floral ring. The second look comprises of meena and polki earrings, and an antique cocktail ring. The third and final look is traditional and includes a simple gold bangle and crystal gold jhumkas.
This list will be incomplete if we don’t include the typical Indian outfit of chudidar kurta. The first look to pair with this outfit is the gorgeous pair of quartz danglers and chunky diamond twirl ring.If worn for evening Diwali parties, this chudidar kurta can be paired with the second look of diamond danglers and diamond cocktail ring. The third look we’ve chosen is a contrasting shade of pink chandelier earrings, and diamond and ruby cocktail ring.