This Festive Season Be light on Pocket Not Style

The festive season is just around the corner and to look the best is every woman’s birthright. Well, with the sky-rocketing prices of materials available in the market, festive looks often come quite heavy on the pockets, thus, crushing down the excitement, joy and love of being all dolled up during the festivals.
Well, we have found the perfect solution to the problem and are here to serve you with some sizzling hot styles that will not only make you the diva of the day but are additionally light on your pockets. So, this festive season, shine in the below styles:

Crop top & Sarees

Old is gold; this is a saying we have been hearing almost from our childhood. This was told to value everything that we get in life and, this only might save you a few bucks this festive season. Pair a crop top with any saree already in your closet or pick one from you mom’s & get ready to slay the new saree with crop top look.

Jackets all Around

Jackets are ruling the ethnic fashion industry after creating a space for themselves in the western wear market. You can get yourself either a transparent long jacket, a fully-downed jacket blouse and pair them up with a Patiala, a saree, crop-pants or anything. Just get yourself a jacket, pick any of your dazzled up clothes from the previous year and get ready to be the shining star of the night.

Sharara Dress

After rocking the late 90s and early 2000s, the Sharara dresses are back with a bang. Giving a fuller look like skirts or lehengas, these sharara dresses are much more comfortable and easy to carry as compared to traditional Indian dresses like lehenga and sarees. You can pick any of your old suits and ditch your churidar or patialas for these amazing shararas. Easy on pocket hard on style!

Kurti-Plazzo Sets

Plazzo sets have been the talk of the town off late, and they seem to go nowhere anytime soon. From being available in the most simple and comfortable looks, to make the market go gaga over the the utmost designer look, Kurti & palazzo sets can be seen ruling the ethic market segment this year during the festivities. You can either pick a new for yourself as they are already much easy-going on your wallets or just like the shararas you can just pair your old heavy Kurtis with new palazzos to pull-off a completely new look.

Crop Top with Dhoti Pants

Dhotis have always been seen as a male-worn dress, but off-late, Dhoti-Kurti or Dhoti & crop top sets have been taking a toll over the fashion market in India. To stand out amongst others and pick a unique look this festive season you can try pairing your crop tops with Dhoti pants available in the market. The outfit will help you pick a stylish, and statement look, that will be the talk for a long time.

Colourful Lehengas

The Indian definition of ethnics is never complete without the mention of lehengas. 3d lehengas as the market knows them, are something where you play with colours. Your lehenga, choli and dupatta can be of completely different colours yet help you get an amazing look, all you need to keep in mind is that all the mixed and matched colours complement each other. If you have quite a few pairs of lehengas then pick your favourites from them and pair them up together for a new style. Also, you can experiment with colours and try going for hues like magenta, red, gold and fuchsia to adorn a classic look.

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