With Parinita, You Can Win The Style Game This Diwali Season

With Parinita, You Can Win The Style Game This Diwali Season

Diwali is a happy Hindu holiday that takes place 20 days after Dussehra on the new moon of the Kartik month. From Dhanteras to Bhai Dooj, the celebration lasts for five days. The festival will begin on Dhanteras on Saturday, October 22, 2022, and continue till Bhai Dooj on Wednesday, October 26, 2022. Diwali will be celebrated on Monday, October 24, 2022, or the 15th day of the Hindu month of Kartika.

A big part of the Hindu holiday Diwali, which is also called the Festival of Lights, is dressing up for each of the different traditions. During Diwali celebrations, there are a lot of bright colors and themes of light and illumination, so you can wear clothes that show the excitement and joy of this 5-day festival. Getting a wardrobe ready for festival season is important. Diwali is a time to show off your traditional and elegant style. Most of the clothes for Diwali are brightly coloured because the festival is all about light and brightness.

To celebrate this year's Diwali, we've put together a special LookBook. Let's check out the Diwali-specific LookBook.


Diwali Look by Parinita 

Diwali is a celebration aimed at increasing wealth and prosperity. When purchasing ethnic apparel for Diwali, you should look for elegance, sparkle, and the latest fashion trend.

Designer Yellow Kurti on Dhanteras - 

As the name suggests, the traditional salwar kameez is a standard set that includes a top, bottoms, and a dupatta. This yellow Dola silk kurti with bright floral designs is a must-have for your closet. The piping around the neck, sleeves, and slits makes it look elegant. With pink cigarette pants, you can reveal your ethnic style. Put on some modern accessories and you are ready for a party.

Choti Diwali - 

On Choti Diwali 2022, you might also wear your traditional clothes with style. A Garad Silk saree with beautiful floral, leafy patterns and motifs and red and cream striped pallav. Textured and lustrous cream tone with a rustic appearance Red floral motifs on a garad saree with a striped, wavy line-dot pattern. The saree is best paired with a classic silk blouse in cream or white color. This saree looks traditional and ethnic when worn with a red bindi, gold jewelry, and shakha-pola.

Diwali - 

A saree is an outfit that women of all ages and sizes love to wear when they want to look beautiful and rich at any occasion. A purple baluchari silk saree with gold and navy blue meenakari weaving along the borders and pallav will look stunning on the auspicious celebration of Diwali. The weavings on the borders and pallav depict scenes from the lives of Rishi Vishwamitra and Menaka from Hindu mythology. The soft purple body of the saree is covered with pictures of Lord Ganesha. Amp up your style game by pairing this saree with a golden sleeveless blouse and chandbalis. Wear your hair up in a bun, or let your natural curls make a statement.

Govardhan pooja - 

In the big Diwali celebration, the fourth day is called Govardhan Puja. Since there is no set color scheme for this day, most of the sarees that women wear are colorful. Govardhan Pooja is a great time to wear this saree. Silver motifs and stripes make the saree look very elegant. It has a black body with patches of different colors that make it look like a starry night. It has the same silver patterns as pallav and is elegant with its colorful patterns.

Bhai Dooj

For any Indian celebration, the traditional Kurti is regarded as the ideal ethnic attire. It's stylish and easy to carry. This well-made cyan Banarasi Brocade kurti will help you step up your ethnic style game. This simple yet trendy kurti will surely spice up your Diwali look. Wear it with gold or fuchsia pink straight-leg jeans for a sophisticated combination. A good pair of heavy earrings, like a Jhumka, will bring out the shine.


Parinita Is Your Online Source For Authentic Indian Diwali Sarees

India has a lot of religious and nonreligious holidays, and none of them would be complete without traditional clothes. During the five-day festival, the clothes must show excitement and happiness. Some women wear designer clothes to festivals, while others choose less fancy, simpler clothes. Sarees and kurtis are a type of ethnic clothing for women that will always be in style. You can find the newest and most unique Diwali sarees and kurtis at Parinita.

The best way to wear traditional Indian wear on any occasion is to keep it simple yet elegant. The saree is without peer as far as elegance and sophistication go. An elegant designer yet comfortable kurti is a perfect dress for any festival. Women’s delicateness and elegance are reflected in traditional outfits. Finding the ideal ethnic wear for Diwali, however, may prove challenging. Add a touch of glistening grandeur to any celebration with our lookbook from Parinita's exclusive collection of designer pieces. 

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