The festive season

Crop top with palazzo pants

The winter wedding season is the best time to bring out all your dressy clothes. You need those designer pieces for that big fat shaadi! It’s the time of the year when you dress up in the best possible outfits.

So, every year it’s boring for me because I have no wedding to attend but this year I have a legit “Big Fat Punjabiyon ki Shaadi” to attend in Delhi! The lavish north Indian weddings call for amazing outfits. So, here’s what you could wear this season.

Crop top & palazzo/dhoti pants

A nice embroidered pair of palazzo pants and maybe an off-shoulder crop top or kurti or even a bell-sleeved crop top would look amazing. You can also try a simple palazzo and crop top and add a heavy dupatta. You can also wear dhoti pants instead of palazzo pants. Dhoti pants are not the most commonly worn pants but they look pretty amazing.


  • Sarees
  • Shawls
  • Jacket & lehenga

Ruffled pants with crop top, long jacket and belt

The New Year right around the corner, we all need some amazing outfits to show off. I hate to say this but I’m slightly biased when it comes to picking colours for these two festivals. Somehow I can’t get over the fact that red, black and white are the colours for December. I always end up wearing such colours. But the fact remains that you can wear any colour, be it purple, grey, teal, peach, etc. Play with colours, dress up… I’ll tell you how!

Retro Ruffles

You can wear ruffled pants with a crop top and a long jacket and belt. I love this outfit in the picture. It’s so simple but at the same time very out of the box. It makes you stand out in the crowd.


  • Flowy skirts
  • Great gowns
  • Contemporary dresses

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Janvi Manchanda 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.”