The festival season is here and we have some of the biggest celebrations lining up in the upcoming weeks. Starting from Janmashtami to Ganesh Chaturthi followed by Durga Puja and Diwali, the season of festivities is approaching closer.
This is the best time to flaunt your desi side with style and look gorgeous with a makeover.
Festivals are the best time to get rid of those skinny jeans and dress up in flared anarkalis, sarees and lehengas.
However, most of the women prefer kurtis over other complicated ethic wear which includes heavy suits and not to forget the dupatta which is hard to carry.
If you love keeping it simple yet stylish in kurtis, here are some of the kurtis you can wear on festivals.
Bright Colours: As it is all about celebrations, you can go for bright coloured kurtis. From silk to crepe, a variety of fabrics can be preferred as per your choice. Add some more brightness by picking up embroidered kurtis.
Hemlines: Hemline kurtis look stylish and the best part about them is, you can wear these flowy kurtis with leggings, palazzo pants or long skirts. It is always fun to experiment when it comes to styling a desi look! Isn't it?
Glitter: Festivals are incomplete without glitters and heavy work detailing on your outfits. If you can, wear some glittering sequinned kurtis.
Short Flared Kurtis: For busy women who have lots of house chores on festivals, keep it comfy in a bright sequinned short kurti.
A Touch of Mirror Work: Working women can go to their office wearing a casual yet perfect kurti like this with little mirror work on such days.
Jackets: For stylish women, you can try to team up your kurti with a jacket. Be it a patiala or floor-length anarkali kurti, embroidered jackets look chic.
Floor-Length: To attend your relatives on festivals, wear a floor-length anarkali kurti like this.