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July 18, 2024

The best outfits for the festive season

Arushi Sakhuja 
While skies get clear and the days get shorter, it’s safe to say that the festive season is upon us. The countdown to Diwali has begun, and you may find yourself drowned in chaos to find the perfect traditional attire. Be it for Diwali, a dandiya night or just the festive season, getting dressed is at once fun but also a form of self-expression. LuxeBook has handpicked the best Indian wear to help amp up your look this festive season.
Chic and classy 
Festive season
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If comfort wear is your jam, look no further! Featuring contemporary cuts and fun prints in a classic shade of navy blue, this outfit is made to be admired. The gold edging details adds just the right amount of sparkle to brighten and elevate any outfit. Enhance the look as you add a pair of jhumkas and metallic heels.
Keeping it OTT
Festive season
Photo Courtesy: Lashkaraa
Slay the festive season in this mirror embellished lehenga set by Lashkaraa. For an ultra-feminine and over-the-top look, this one should be your go-to. The piece is embellished, traditional with a hint of sassy. The intricate embroidery accentuates the silhouette and the dainty dupatta balances out the bling. Beach waves, a brown lip, a pair of timeless pumps and a bejewelled choker will turn this chic ensemble into a showstopper.
Contemporary twist
Festive season
Photo Courtesy: MaisonBlu
There is no better way to say fun than with a sharara set. Accentuated with mirror work on the neck, sleeves and hemlines, MaisonBlu brings together hot pink with a comfortable and relaxed Indian construction. Vibrant enough to shout out festive spirit, further glam up the look with exquisite polki jewellery. Ace your look by pairing it with the right heels.
Banarsi flare
Festive season
Photo Courtesy: Kshitij Jalori
The arrival of the festive season calls for Banarasi brocade. Celebrating Indian craftsmanship and techniques channel the inner desi girl as you pick Kshitij Jalori’s, kurta set that is woven in silk banarasi brocade. The intricate dupatta further adds a regal touch to the ensemble. Guaranteeing effortless style, it will certainly become your new wardrobe staple. The gold-tone elevates the creation with a hint of shine and visual interest.
Deep hues
Festive season
Photo Courtesy: Indya x Ridhi Mehra
Ring in the festive fervour with the newest collaboration Indya X Ridhi Mehra. Channel a young vibe with this strappy printed saree. Featuring subtle ruffles and a belt to accentuate the waist, it’s simple yet statement-making. For the best look, team it with a potli, a low bun and chandbalis.
Monotone glamour
Festive season
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Equal parts chic and comfortable, for minimalistic who prefer to play it this Anarkali set is just for you. A vibrant hue, the outfit can be worn across all festivities. Featuring a monotone colour palette it elongates your frame, this timeless classic will see you through all seasons. Style it with statement juttis to give the ensemble a stylish spin. Finally, pull your hair back in a bun and adorn it with gajra flowers for a truly ethnic touch.
Modern constructs
Festive season
Photo Courtesy: Ridhi Mehra
For experimental fashion enthusiats who enjoy the occasional design twist, this modern silhouette by Ridhi Mehra is just for you. Featuring a peplum top, the playful floral prints are eye-catching for that extra-special luxe touch. Finish off strong by styling this will soft waves and smokey eyes for the ultimate It-girl look. P.S. The silhouette of the blue – billowing sleeves and ankle-pants- adds just the right touch of drama you need for the festival.
Festive season
Photo Courtesy: KALKI
A saviour for all the festivities of the season, if it isn’t oozing bling is it really festive wear? Inject some bling into your wardrobe as you pick out a sequins sarees from Kalki. Not only does this saree make a chic statement but also deserves its own post on social media. Let the saree be the star of the show. And for maximum style impact, pair it with minimal makeup and jewellery.
Championing minimalism
Festive season
Photo Courtesy: Ritu Kumar
When you’re stepping out for Durga puja you’d want to be comfortable. If a saree isn’t your preferred choice, a simple suit set like this from Ritu Kumar is a flawless alternative. Lightweight with a printed dupatta, this will look best when paired with a dozen glass bangles and a pair of stud earrings. Complete the festive look with a pair of embellished juttis.
Draped Perfection
Festive season
Photo Courtesy: Pink City
Opt for some contemporary yet traditional this festive season. Pink City’s hot pink leheriya concept saree with a kaftan style blouse and an embellished belt is a vibrant choice. Team it with oxidised jewellery and a kada for an ethnic flair. Or add a dramatic twist with a modern statement choker set. Enhance the look with a sleek centre parted hairstyle and smokey eyes.
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