Hello guys. Hope you’ve all been doing great. I know I’m posting after really long but I had a lot of work and a bunch of pending shoots to complete but I’ll make it up to you guys really soon with many interesting blog posts. 😀 Coming back to this post, the festive season has officially started and I’m very excited about it. I am a huge fan of Indian traditional clothing and this is my very first attempt on the blog! Hope you guys like it.

There’s always a lot of confusion while deciding what to wear on Diwali/Dussehra each year and I’ve come up with a solution this time (well, one of the solutions :P). I believe that everyone can carry this look without facing any troubles and it’s sure to bag you a lot of compliments but that’s not it; the best thing about this outfit is that it gives the illusion of being taller than you actually are (which is a great option for people with a short height ).

I’ve kept this look very simple but have kept up with the festive vibe ! I paired my newly stitched blue(floral, because typical me) kurti with my plain white (chickenkari) skirt. The color combination is one of my favorites(also worn here )It’s very pleasing to the eyes and never looks over the top! I’ve kept the jewelry very simple. One kada in each hand and matching jhumkis (golden and white in color). I’ve added a bright orange clutch (with golden details) to ad a pop of color. Finally I added a white dupatta and a pair of heels to finish off the look. It’s not necessary to wear heels with this outfit, kolahpuris or any other kind of flats would work well. Let’s get on to it!






Deets –

Earrings and kadas – Sarojini Nagar

Kurti- Stitched

Clutch – Forever New

Dupatta and Skirt – Gifted

That’s it for today. I hope you guys like it and I hope it puts an end to all your confusions this year. Will be posting more festive outfit ideas soon. Always open to suggestions/advises/constructive criticisms.

Until next time,

Lots of love and outfits,

LilMissGurung <3