Wednesday, 26 October 2016

What To Wear this Diwali

The festival of lights – Diwali is just round the corner and I am here with another post telling you’ll on what you all should wear this season. Diwali for me means dressing up my best, making rangoli’s, lighting up diya’s at my home and bursting crackers. But before the day arrives, I do indulge in a pre-Diwali Shopping spree with my family.

I believe, Ethnic Wear is currently re-inventing itself to a more modern yet comfortable version. While, Anarkali suits and Saree’s are the most usual picks, I prefer comfortable cotton kurta’s since they can be re-styled with long line Skirts, Denim Jeans and Pakistani Pants.

Since Kurta’s can be worn over anything and everything, the one brand that comes to my mind when I think of a wide range of Kurta’s is RANGRITI. The brand name itself means colorful fashion. Hence, you won’t be disappointed when it comes to a variety of colors. The brand offers latest ethnic styled Kurta’s, Printed Palazzo’s, Colorful Ombre styled Dupatta’s and Free sized long-line skirts.

Rangriti has their own online shopping portal where they not only have a wide range of kurta’s online but they also provide a huge amount of discount. So, skip bargaining at the local shops and start shopping online! It not only saves you time but also money!

Here are a few of my favorites from their Kurta collection which can be worn by both, the traditional women and the modern office-going women:

1. A mix of the sunset hues with floral embroidery is what I would opt for this Diwali. Pair it up with a bright pink churidar or high heels to oomph up the outfit.

2. I've always believed that White and Gold are a win-win combination. What I really like about this Kurta is that it is layered with a metallic gold lining which gives volume to the whole outfit.

3. This multi-colored Kurta with shaded sunset detailing and printed sleeves, not only looks subtle but will also portray the illusion of being thin.

4. The solid blue colored kurta with detailing at just the right places. For those of you, who have never experimented with prints can opt for this kurta. The mughal palace detailing at the hem and the sleeves have caught my fancy!

5. Teal is a very underrated color. A lot of us opt for colors like red and black, but the color teal does bring a natural glow to the skin! Not only can you wear this at the office but also at your neighbor's diwali party.

6. The customary red color which is often opted by the newly brides for their first diwali in their new household. The U-Neckline of this kurta allows the bride's mangalsutra to fit perfectly!

 These were just a few picks from Rangriti's Kurta Online collection. To view more and shop head over to their website : 


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