Festive Fashion Trends You Should Try in 2020

From rich fabric to lavish jewellery are the finest fashion trends spotted in India, and who doesn’t love Indian fashion? Fashion has completely transformed itself in the last few years and there have been some clothes that have made a space for themselves in our wardrobe. The festival of lights, Diwali is just around the corner. From decorating the home to eating mouth-watering sweets, it’s also the time to look your best. Be it an ethnic day at work, family gatherings, or card parties, we’ve picked out five festive and trending colours to look glam this Diwali.

What to wear this Diwali:

Draped Dupatta:

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Indian fashion is all about being dupatta-less-ness and pre-draped silhouettes. Wondering what is India’s most fashionable trend right now? This is it! We’re seeing pre-draped sarees, and cholis and kurtas with built-in dupattas.

Belts together your Saree

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From sarees to lehengas to anarkalis to suits, belts are everywhere on the Indian fashion scene. In fact, we started seeing belted sarees back in 2016, and come this year, they’re still the #2 trend. So belts are here to stay.

Dhoti Dresses


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Kurtas or Tops combined with dhoti styled salwars are perfect for a traditional outlook and to be carried out in a festival. You can either combine it with a stylish blouse or a peplum top or a designer kurta.
Fusion Saris
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A sari carried with a shirt happens to be unique and attractive. Also, other styles of sari can be a pant style sari or a sari with indo-western blouses or a jacket on the top or a side slit sari or a sari giving an outlook of a dhoti.

The Bewitching Jacket-Lehenga

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A topical addition to ethnic ensembles, the jacket and lehenga skirt combo is sure to set the Diwali mood ablaze. With varying lengths and materials to choose from, this head-turning outfit can be paired with some statement earrings or a classic maang-tika. Let your hair cascade in curls, or go for a sleek up-do to ameliorate this look.

The Button-Down And Billowy Long Skirt Combo  

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Speaking of staples, a classic button-down shirt will perpetually be a closet must-have. But what if we were to tell you that your favorite shirt can be a standout piece in your ethnic festival attire? Well, all you need is an embellished long skirt and off you go with that indo-western perfection.

The Shimmering Sharara 



Give Van Gogh’s Starry Night a run for its money by donning a shimmery sharara piece. This appealing apparel has made a loud comeback and by the looks of it, isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Do not forget to combine this get-up with a statement jewellery set and opt for smoky eyes to bring out the diva in you.