Top 5 Diwali Dresses for Women in 2016

Top 5 Diwali Dresses for Women in 2016

 

Women love dressing up for a reason or for no reason whatsoever! And Diwali is no exception to this law. In fact, it gives an opportunity to a woman to unhide her beauty through the dress, jewellery and the makeup she wears. Have a look at the trends that are making noise in the fashion world this Diwali. Here are top five top Diwali dresses for women in year 2016.

 

The evergreen Anarkali

 

Ever since the Anarkali has come back in vogue, there is no looking back. What makes it so special is that this flared long dress comes in different types and styles that can even be customized for women of different sizes and shapes.

 

Evergreen-anarkali Diwali dresses

 

Lehenga

 

A deep coloured lehenga always manages to add a pinch of spice to your overall look. Lehengas have hardly ever been out of trend, but this season you can find an array of styles on almost all the online fashion websites.

 

Deep-coloured-lehenga

 

Brocade Skirts

 

 

One look at anything brocade and all you can think about is festivals. You can pair these skirts with crop top, choli or a single coloured long plain kurti to complete your look. These skirts are favourites among women of all age groups, and are easily available in the markets.

 

Brocade-skirts as Diwali dresses for women

 

Palazzo Suits

 

The palazzo suit offers a right blend of simple and stylish look. You can buy an embellished kurta to create a festive look or wear a simple kurti with a heavy work palazzo. Either way you will manage to get a perfect look. Women with short height could wear high block heels to make this dress look more appealing.

 

Palazzo-suits

 

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Ethnic Jackets or Shrugs

 

This is a budget friendly option for all those who do not wish to spend enormously on their get up. Apart from being reasonable, it adds a lot of chic value to your appearance. You can pair these jackets with simply anything like a long plain kurti and leggings or Patiala salwar or even with jeans. Just one jacket and you start looking festive.

 

Ethnic-jackets-or-shrugs

 

One style trick that really does wonders is when you are wearing a heavy costume try to keep your makeup and jewellery to the minimum. On the other hand, when your attire is not so heavy, you may accessorize yourself sufficiently and opt for a dark makeup. This balance will make you look glamorous as well as classy, and you will end up creating a long-lasting impression on your friends and guests.