Diwali is my favorite festival and getting dressed for is my Most-Loved part of this festival. As much as I love getting dressed for Diwali, it is also kind of really annoying when I can’t really handle my outfit due to a lot of work and hustle at home. So, this time for my Diwali Outfit I really wanted something which is comfortable and yet festival appropriate as we usually have a lot of guests visiting us this day.

So, this time before heading for my Diwali shopping, I was pretty clear of what exactly I wanted. And after visiting so many stores, I finally bought myself a-line Kurti from Meena bazaar. The Cotton Silk fabric of this Kurti is really soft and unlike other stiff cotton dresses it is super comfortable and easy to carry. I absolutely love the golden motifs prints over the vibrant maroon color of this kurti, which gives it a rich royal look.

To style this beautiful kurti, I used my burnt orange dupatta from an old lehenga and some basic accessories like Potli bag, bangles and earrings.

 

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My Ethnic Diwali Look 2017 | Makeup & Outfit

 

My Ethnic Diwali Look 2017 | Makeup & Outfit

 

My Ethnic Diwali Look 2017 | Makeup & Outfit

 

My Ethnic Diwali Look 2017 | Makeup & Outfit

 

 

OUTFIT DETAILS

KURTI: MEENA BAZAAR

DUPATTA: OLD FROM A LEHANGA

POTLI BAG: Delco, Kamla Nagar

WEDGES: INSOLIA, BATA

MAKEUP: NEWU

 

For my makeup, I went a little heavy since it is a festive night look. All the products that were used on my makeup are available at New U on an amazing offer and discount. You can find all major drugstore brands here and shop them all under one roof. So If you are a deep skin girl like me, I think this is a great makeup tutorial for you this festive season. Check out my complete Diwali makeup here.

Guys, I loved creating this simple wearable look for Diwali for you all and I hope you also found it useful. Let me know what are your thoughts on this festive look and on my makeup. Don’t forget to drop in your comments and suggestions about this post and I shall see you all in my next post.

Till then! Have a safe and cracker free Diwali