Diwali comes every year and the dull atmosphere of fall season suddenly enlivens up with celebrations at our homes. Like every other family, we Mishras start preparing for Diwali a month prior to it, as this is the one festival we celebrate to the core.
And the reason behind it is that we love to splurge in by pampering ourselves, decorating the house, exchanging gifts and what not! But the biggest attraction of the Diwali celebrations is shopping. We love to shop for all the ‘things of beauty’ and ‘all that glitters’ for that forever joy (if not forever, then at least long lasting).
So, today’s OOTD post is all about the prosperity and grandeur related to the ethnic Diwali dressing. Today’s Diwali outfit worn my Maitreni is a floor-length Anarkali kurta in royal blue hue. This exquisite outfit from Sareez India and ordered from Jabong is crafted with pure georgette and raw-silk fabric along with an art-silk churidar and a pure-chiffon dupatta. It’s further embroidered with off-white satin stitched all over and embellished with sequins and diamante.
Though anarkali kurtas have become a passé, still this silhouette is a charmer and catches your attention to the par because of its exclusivity, quality and grandeur which is perfect for this festival of lights and prosperity. It’s as grand as Diwali, as royal as the celebrations, and as gorgeous as the ambiance. The royal blue hue compliments the night sky, the embroidery matches the fire crackers and the sequins remind of those tiny glittering diyas trying to diminish the dark.
And not to miss out the beautiful Krishna Rangoli which is specially created to gel-well with the outfit and to add a mood of celebration to the festivities and a difference to the very spirit of Diwali— that is, love, celebration, exuberance prosperity and grandeur.
Diwali #OOTD Details
Anarkali SKD: Sareez.com
Gold & diamond mangtika: Local Jeweller
Diamond studs: Nakshatra Diamonds
Detachable Japanese pearl drops: Local Jeweller
Fresh water pearl/silver bangles: Local Jeweller
Japanese pearl bangle: Kim’s jewellery
Solitaire ring: D’damas
Floral diamond ring: Tanishq
Diamond and pearl ring: Local Jeweller
Gold block heels: Catwalk
This post is an entry to the #traditionmyway contest in association with Jabong.com 🙂