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Illuminate Your Diwali Celebrations With Lakshita

Illuminate Your Diwali Celebrations With Lakshita

It’s that time of the year again! The crisp air blowing outside already reeks of the aroma of fresh mithais, scented candles, and the excitement that comes with Diwali. We know you are already preparing a shopping list, planning outfits and decorations, and eagerly looking forward to the festivities. So we thought, why not make your work easier by sharing some options in ethnic wear for Diwali for your celebrations? Instead of spending days deciding what to wear, you can just go through this blog and you will know exactly what to wear on each day.

Pink Long Chanderi Kurta Set with Mirrorwork

So let’s begin with our suggestion for the first day of Diwali, which is Dhanteras. On this day, people decorate their homes and buy gold, silver, or utensils. Since it usually involves a lot of work, you should go ahead with minimally embroidered or printed festive wear for women such as this peach-coloured chanderi kurta set.

Or you can go ahead with something like this brown festive wear dress showcasing mirror work.

Cobalt Blue Embroidered Tunic with Button Detailing

For the second day, which is Naraka Chaturdashi or Choti Diwali, you can wear something more statement-worthy like this cobalt blue embroidered tunic with button detailing. You can pair it with ethnic bottom wear such as embroidered palazzos as well as a pair of leggings or jeggings.

You should choose something more special and stylish, such as this teal green embroidered kurta set that comes with matching ethnic palazzos for Diwali’s third day which is the main festival. It usually involves friends and family coming together for a grand feast, and you must dress to impress.

Red Printed Kurta

You can also consider this Green Printed Kurta which is equally mesmerizing.

The fourth day is Govardhan Puja, and for this day you should choose something elegant and comfortable like this sunflower yellow co-ord set with sequin work. Especially great for those seeking options in ethnic wear for women with a twist, this co-ord set is the ultimate showstopper.

Red Printed Kurta

The fifth and last day is Bhai Dooj, all about celebrating the love shared between siblings. On this day, you can adorn yourself in this red-coloured collared printed kurta. Pair it with matching ethnic bottom wear for a festive look apt for Bhai Dooj.

Or, if you want to keep it simple, go ahead with this light purple kalidaar dress that will flatter all body types.

We hope this blog helped resolve your what-to-wear worries. Also, our options are not limited to the ones tagged in the blog, we have plenty of other styles as well. Whether you are looking for Diwali wear dresses, kurta sets or ethnic bottoms to pair up with your kurtas and kurtis, you can find everything at Lakshita. All you need to do is visit the nearest Lakshita store, or you can shop from our website and your outfit will be delivered to you soon.

Happy Shopping, and Happy Diwali!

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