By Nayana

Is it just me or does every Indian girl starts obsessing over ethnic wear around Diwali? There is a certain charm that ethnic wear has keeps us tied with it, and hence time and again we don’t refrain from treating ourselves with these, especially during Festivals. So here, I get you some delighting wardrobe inspirations for the soon-arriving Diwali festival.

Kediya sets

Kediya sets

Not a fan of bling? Then sure these Kediya sets are for you. Inspired by the bohemian charm of Gujrat these peplum style tops paired with Dhoti pants are a trend to grab at once.  Threaded with elegance, patchwork and accentuated with pom-poms and tassels when paired with oxidized jewelry, they look mesmerizingly unbeatable.

Allure in Anarkali SuitsAllure in Anarkali Suits

Diwali wardrobe is never complete without an Anarkali Suit hanging there in it. So I guess, this might be the reason why Anarkalis keep going out of stock. To make the heavy look light grab them with modern digital prints and sway in style without being loaded with the outfit. Keep the accessories to the minimum and let the Anarkali do all the talking.

Kurta Crew

Kurta Crew

Easy on eyes and stylish too. This cream embroidered Kurta with beautiful red butas and glamorous bell sleeves is what you need to be a minimalistic this Diwali. This makes a comfortable yet ethnic pick for small Diwali celebrations at work. Pair it with chunky earrings, some rings, and stilettoes and there you are!

Sarees to sashay

Sarees to sashay

Gone are those days when Sarees were the dress code for ‘sanskari bahus’ of daily soaps. These days women across ages don’t refrain from adorning Sarees as they are the way to look hot with ethnicity. So this Half n Half Saree with a harmonious combo of embroidery and prints, set with a range of blue hues is perfect for a Diwali Pooja look.

Charming Churidar Suits

Charming Churidar Suits

For a fierce ethnic statement, garb-in this Churidar Suit dipped in a striking combination of maroon and orange. Eye-catching embroidery, attractive neck & sleeve style, and aesthetic benarasi dupatta are some of the things that makes this outfit a distinguishing one.

Silk Sarees to steal

Silk Sarees to steal

When doubt, go for a Saree because there is nothing that can level the charm of a Silk drape. Woven with the allure of Bengal Handloom, Matka Silk Sarees with simple zari borders and motifs go a long way. To make your look enriching, opt for a contemporary designer blouse for a new-age look.

For the love of Lehengas

For the love of Lehengas

If you are looking for an outfit that will help you to grab all the spotlights at your next Diwali party then this lime green Lehenga is the one you are looking for. Shine out your inner fashionista in this vibrant outfit accentuated with colorful floral patterns. Pairing it with heirloom jewelry like Kantas and Chandbalis is a sure way to get all the attention.

Palatial Palazzo Suit

Palatial Palazzo Suit

Draping sarees is not your cup of tea? Then definitely easy-to-wear and all amped-up with ethnicity these Palazzo Suits are just for you. Ravishing mauve color and detailed with intricate Indian embroidery, they are apt for a flouncy style statement at the festival.

Cbazaar also has a bunch of styles for men and kids too. With an exciting style range, we are sure you will not have to look any to complete your Diwali shopping.