Festive Style Tips & Tricks
The festive season is just around the corner. And it is indeed the best time to flaunt the desi diva in you.
Here are some styling tips &tricks to make the event a fashionable affair for you.
Take A Plunge
Make a fashion statement with deep neck blouses or plunging cholis. Make sure you pick the right bra neckline to avoid ugly bra peeks. Demi-cup bras work well with deep necks and a plunge bra is a must-have for ultra-deep or plunging V-necklines.
Flaunt your back with backless cholis, halter neck or noodle strap blouses. Pair these sexy numbers with a transparent shoulder & back strap bra. You could also ditch your traditional bra and try the latest stick-on bras. Using low back converters with your ordinary bra to is also a great idea to get a perfect backless look.
Off the edge
Off-shoulders are in again, you can opt for something like an off-shoulder choli with a lehenga. This will look chic and at the same time traditional as well. Pick a strapless bra to go with your look, underwired ones will help you get that perfect shape with just a gentle lift.
No Muffins Please
No more muffin-tops on your favorite lehenga. Go for high-waist lower belly/tummy smoothing panties that tuck in the love-handles giving a more appealing silhouette.
Curvy & Sexy
With cholis that flaunt heavy work on the chest, you may get a flat bust look. Go for padded, push-up bras to get a better lift and shape. A push-up bra can enhance the perceived bust size of the wearer and it will result in a more feminine and curvy silhouette
Shape of You
Want those perfect curves in the right places? The secret is a firm shapewear made of breathable fabric which will give you a smooth finish under clothes and help you flaunt a great figure. You can also opt for a Saree shapewear under your lehngas or wear it like a petticote with your Saree to rock the Desi look.
To beat the heat in style, go in for a fishtail braid, vintage curls, or a bun with a pouf instead of leaving your hair open. This is also a great way of showing off your earrings. This season try the trending traditional jhumkas, chandbalis, matha pattis.
Best Foot Forward
As you would need to move around a lot or dance, you must not be wearing those painful, uncomfortable heels. Wear traditional juttis that are comfortable enough for dancing. You could also try no-show sock liners to keep your feet dry and save from new shoe-bites.
Shrug it Off
If you aren’t into those heavy traditional suits, lenghas or sarees. A fun and trendy way of dressing up is with a pair of your favourite denim with an embroidered jacket and some silver jewellery. This chic yet comfy look is perfect for Diwali card parties.