Get the Indo-Western look this Diwali!

JANVI MANCHANDA

With Diwali right around the corner it’s time to shop for your perfect Diwali outfit. This year you won’t have to wrack your brains over what to buy. Why wear the same old ethnic outfits when you can do so much more?

This Diwali try out some of the latest Indo-western trends. Indo-western clothes are a bit on the expensive side but hey, it’s just the time to splurge on clothes!

Ladies, here’s a list of outfits that you can wear this festive season.

Model wearing pink gown with front slit and black tights and heels.Gown
Nah, I’m not talking about your normal mainstream gowns! I’m talking about gowns with an Indian touch to them. They’re now trending. Zardozi work or embroidery work and velvet or sheer fabric gowns with slits are in!
STYLE TIP: Indian gowns without slits can be worn on their own but if you go for a gown with a slit pick something in a sheer fabric and pair it with straight-fit pants or fitted pants.

Girls! Get more tips on how to adopt the Indo-Western look by subscribing to the print magazine or the digital edition.

Sadly in India guys don’t have too much to choose from when it comes to clothes but nah, this year you won’t be facing that problem. Here are some simple, easy-to-put-together Indian outfits for men to wear this festive season. Why look plain and boring when you too have a choice? Why wear the same old kurta pajama when you have a lot to choose from? Why should just girls look amazing? Now’s your time boys!

Ranveer Singh wearing a man skirtMan skirt
If Ranveer Singh can do it so can you! Go ahead and put it on boy! Man skirts are trending in India, all thanks to Ranveer Singh. Yes, it may seem a little weird but if girls can wear pants why can’t the guys wear skirts?
STYLE TIP: Pick a plain light-coloured man skirt and pair it with a heavy zardozi work velvet bandhgala.

Guys! Get more tips on how to adopt the Indo-Western look by subscribing to the print magazine or the digital edition.

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Janvi Manchanda

Janvi Manchanda

Janvi Manchanda is a 19-year-old lazy, animal lover. A BMM student of Lala Lajpat Rai College, Mumbai, she wants to conquer the world armed with a pen! She doesn’t ‘love’ fashion, she ‘lives’ fashion. She says: “From your inner wear to your favourite leather jacket, it’s all fashion and how you wear it is style.”
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Janvi Manchanda is a 19-year-old lazy, animal lover. A BMM student of Lala Lajpat Rai College, Mumbai, she wants to conquer the world armed with a pen! She doesn’t ‘love’ fashion, she ‘lives’ fashion. She says: “From your inner wear to your favourite leather jacket, it’s all fashion and how you wear it is style.”