The Latest Trend this Diwali – Ruffles


The festival of lights is round the corner as it brings forth the joy of dressing-up and maybe also for satisfying sartorial guilty pleasures. People spend hours rummaging through their wardrobes to find the perfect outfit for the evening. But when it comes to making a statement, you should put aside your old clothes and opt for the latest trends which will enhance your glam quotient. Pick the trendiest designs for your ensembles and sheen up your look for this festive season.

Traditional outfits have been on every woman’s wish list. One can add sparkle to any occasion by musing your heart to the very beats of trends and styling, this Diwali. Let fringes and ruffles be on the forefront and in all its glory. Boho-chic designs have made a comeback which exude exemplified softness and feminism. Add quirkiness by augmenting the elements on the hem of your sleeves or bodices and make your attire versatile and profoundly ethereal.

Along with linear necklines, every fashionista is harping about the latest off-shoulder and cold shoulder trend, though love for the one shoulder ensemble still remains as every fashion designer still incorporate this design in their collection.

Ruffle lehengas, skirts, asymmetric sleeves as introduced this season by Gaurav Gupta and Manish Malhotra can be iterated preferably in cotton or silk with geo-ethnic design prints. Pairing these up with Nizami shararas or lehengas and accessorising them with anklets and animal motif bracelets will surely make heads turn.

For fabric, velvet has entered the scene for fall winter which sets the scene for elegance, grandeur and style. Fashion of this season stimulates the idea of a woman who is confident, elegant and chic. When it comes to velvet, evening gowns, skirts and cover-ups have made quite a niche. The palette for this year’s Diwali will be a range of pastel shades contrasted by an element in warm colour. Complete your look with maang-tikka, haath phools and signature rings.


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