Time to stock up you wardrobe with some ethnic stylish outfits! Take some tips from fashion bloggers to get in style this festive season.

The festive season is back and this time we’re a lot more excited about celebrating it in style. Apart from having our cupboards stocked up with various kinds of sweets, desserts, and other kinds of savories, there’s no way we’re going to miss out on the chance to look our best, right? This time of the year not only feels good in terms of the festivities lined up but the fact that we see people dressing up and spreading love and good vibes is a completely different feeling altogether.

Since so many festivals are already around the corner, let’s check out some styling tips and get ready to glam up for this festive season like never before. Garba is anyway an icing on the cake and the reason we love October is we get to dress up for nine days and burn those calories on the dance floor. We spoke to some fashion bloggers who gave us some valuable tips on how we can get dressed for this festive season.

Here’s what they have to say:

Devika Vinayek

“A kurta and a sharara set with mirror work or embroidery always work since most of us already own such pieces or can borrow from our mothers, siblings, or friends. You can also create last-minute outfits with your favorite dupatta, matching palazzos or pants, and any western top knotted as a crop top. When you don’t have anything to wear, you could pair any top with ethnic accessories for that “I put in an extra effort look” seamlessly. A kurta with jhumkas, jeans, and sneakers is such a classic combo. Top that off with a bindi and a beautiful cat-eye and you’re all set.”

Visakha Rajani

“Festivals at home don’t have to get boring because you can play with your outfits to make them interesting. I’d like to dress up in bright colors, this Dussehra. Kurti and palazzos is the best combination for a comfortable yet chic look. Pair it with some Kundan jewelry and you’re good to go.”

Aksh

“An off-white kurta and palazzos with minimal detailing of gold with gold hoops. Keeping it simple yet elegant with straight hair. For accessories, wear a classic chain, watch in one hand and wear bangles and a bracelet in the other. For the bag, choose a small white potli bag with pearl detailing to go with your off-white /beige jootis with pearl detailing. The monochrome look would be a good choice. A hot pink Anarkali with white bangles and small mang tika and jootis from the first look with pearl detailing. Take a small potli bag. These are some of my best look choices.”

Esha Shetty

“You can try wearing plain colors like pink, green, orange, or even white, and accessorizing is the key here. If you’re wearing a white kurti, you can accessorize it with earrings. Even organza or floral prints or other small prints will add more glam to your outfits. Other than that, straight-fit kurtas or anarkalis would do wonders for your style.”

Are you excited for the festive season? We know we are.

Also read: Let’s set some fire on the Garba floor with these red outfits for Navratri