Diwali is almost here and the roads in Pune are choked with last-minute shopaholics. It’s that time when the heavily embroidered and embellished clothings are out on display and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with every design. And I must not forget to mention, the online e-tailers are out to woo the discerning buyers with great discounts. Well, if confusion boggles your mind, then why don’t you take some style tips from Bollywood Divas? I have curated a list that compiles various looks. And, if you have any favorites, I’d love to know!


This styling is suitable for a girly look. Perfect if you don’t want anything too heavy or something too casual. Combine a crop top with an embellished ghaghra or skirt and add accessories to emulate this look. You can make it elaborate depending upon the design and colors chosen.
Heavily embroidered clothing is always in demand during Diwali. But, you don’t always have to go for colors that shout! Deepika Padukone shows how it can be done in a simple nude palette. This is bound to get all eyes on you!
Choli-holics! This is the perfect time to flaunt that designer blouse. Remember to keep your hair tied up and bring on the bling!
Sonam Kapoor uses the vibrant pink in an ethnic yet contemporary look (check: choli design)
Feeling artsy? And want to avoid embellished attire? Turn into an attention-grabbing lady with a contemporary touch to your Diwali outfit. The detailed blouse is beautiful and its the simplicity of the whole outfit that is bound to make you stand out. Look for embroidered blouses and combine them with suitable sarees to get the look.
Alia Bhat keeps it simple with a beautiful skirt that can be dressed up or down. Perfect for those looking to retain the modern touch!



Author: Kashmira Lad

Indian Fashion Blogger with a Focus on Women Empowerment.  

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