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2020 Fashion Trends for Diwali

Diwali is around the corner and shopping for this occasion has never been an easy thing to do. Being, a festival of light, it’s a perfect celebration of all bright things.

And if you are thinking on how to dress up for this Diwali, then I would suggest you to choose a bold look but a decent one. It is also a chance to dress up in your favorite traditional attire. If you are wondering about latest Diwali fashion trends to follow, here we have a perfect compilation to strut in style for glittering evenings.

Here are few ways to look best in this Diwali,


Festival and sarees are always a perfect combo. India is best known for women draped in sarees. Saree is a true celebration of womanhood especially during any occasion. Whatever body shape you might have, saree personifies your personality and “It is far sexier and an elegant attire wore by an Indian woman”.

This Diwali give a twist to your sarees by wearing them pre stitched or drape in different styles. Drape in a fusion style apart from your normal style and accessorize it with a designer waist belt.

Well remember to choose a right color and fabric. Even if it’s a simple saree wear it with a designer or embroidered blouse and give a stunning look.


Lehengas have so many varieties and so you may get many options to choose from. This Diwali crop tops and Lehenga combination are in the top of the list in Diwali wear.

If you would like to go for simple look, then opt for A-line lehengas. You can accessorize with oxidized earrings or a crystal/beaded chain or zircon stone necklace.

Dhoti Salwar’s

Dhoti salwar is a blend of comfort, style and chic statement. Pair them with bold tank top or traditional kurtas, their appeal is undeniable. This style is surely a head turner.

If you want to pair it up with dhoti salwar with jacket then do not wear it with dupatta. For a best look pair, it with short kurta to show off the fun style.

Sharara and Gharara

Why go for a mundane skirt look, when you can flaunt with sharara suit. This style can never go out of fashion.

You can try long slits, sheer or mesh, there are multiple varieties of Sharara and Gharara sets. You can go for own Indo-western twist by pairing your sharara and Gharara sets with a crop top or kurti for a classy look. To add some magic, you can pair them with jacket too.

Pastel shades like rose gold, peach, lime green and blue are a perfect dress for your Diwali as they don’t look so heavy on oneself.

Long dresses or Anarkali sets

Anarkali are so delicate, comfortable and sexy to wear. Forget on whatever shape your body looks like this dress does justice to your shape, clinging at right parts and showing your right number of curves.

Alternatively, you can go for printed maxi dresses, this a top favorite outfit no matter what the occasion is. Remember don’t go overboard by mixing too many different prints. These dresses are very comfy and look graceful if worn properly.

Indo Western

Though this style is not preferred by many of the people. There are so comfy and look stylish. You can go one step ahead by pairing a jacket-kurta with a pair of jeans.

You can wear a slit kurta with good embroidered work with a jean. Co-Ords have been making a wave in a fashion scene for some time and its your turn to turn up heat in this Diwali, this is a new style trend.

Try light jewelry and minimum accessories with this trendy look. Pay attention to the fit of you Co-Ord wear to avoid making it look slump.


Be it Diwali house party with your family or an office party with your colleagues, these are some versatile and funky looks to have a fashionable Diwali with your friends and family.

Remember whatever dress you wear a saree, lehenga, sharara suit, Indo western outfit wear it in your comfortable style and you should totally rock it with all your confidence and fashion trends. So, its your turn to shine bright this season and have a glittering and a bright Diwali.

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