Winters in Festive Land

What are your plans for this winter festive season?
Would you like to have a cup of tea or a glass of wine to begin the celebrations?

Well, let’s begin with the attire selection. Dressing for Indian festivals in winters is quite a challenging task! You want to look high on glam but at the same time you want to save yourself from extremities of cold. Though you start selecting your outfit weeks in advance but at times you are unable to land on the conclusion till last minute. So, to sort out your confusion, I have certain wardrobe tricks that can  style your look during festivals.

The best ways to wear Indian wear in winters are:

  1. Lehnga-Skivi Outfit: You can warm yourself with a skivi and team it up with a lehnga skirt and dupatta. Desi earrings and sunglasses will definitely make you look best from all the angles.

2. Jacket and Lehnga Choli Outfit: A black jacket is one of the most versatile garment. You can pair it with your sexy lehnga choli and build up your heart of a killer strategy. While you are on the dance floor you can pull it off and carry it as an accessory and pose like our gorgeous girl.

3. Sweater and Indo-western skirt outfit: This winter you can keep the celebration alive with snug fit sweater and an indo-western skirt. You can go for a pair of leggings underneath your skirt for extra warmth.

4. Grandma’s shawl and skirt top outfit: Never forget your legacy. Go and check out your mom’s and grandma’s closets. They must be loaded with variety of beautiful shawls. Pull out one which gels best with your skirt top outfit. The best part of wearing a shawl is you can have varied draping styles according to the temperature drop. Lower the temperature, wider the shawl drape!

 5. Jeggings and skivi with saree: Pair you lovely silk saree with your skivi top and jeggings. But, mind it, draping matters. You can really shine amongst your peers if you drape it artistically with these winter essentials.

Stay tuned for the next post and get ready to celebrate Lohri in our style settings!

The Trendy Team

Costume and Styling: Mehak Gulati
Co-Stylist: Kajal Chaudhary
Models: Yashika Jatav and Simran Rehani
Make-up : Vanity Storiies by Jyoti Uppal
Photography: 1. Shanker Rungta
2. Arpit Jain


Behind the Scenes

(L-R: Yashika Jatav and Jyoti Uppal)


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