Five stylish outfits for women to ace the look this Karwachauth
Let's celebrate this Karwachauth keeping Covid-19 protocols in mind.-
India is the land of festivals and one of the most celebrated festivals by women, Karwachauth is round the corner amidst the pandemic. However, the risk of getting infected is still high when exposed to public places and large masses.
Nevertheless, it doesn't mean that we will keep all the celebrations at bay to protect ourselves. The nation in a staggered manner has unlocked the economy and things are coming back on track. Now, all you need to do this get-up and dress to cheer up your mood. This pandemic should not stop you to look best during this festive season. Here are some ideas to doll up yourself for the festivities:
* Floor Length Anarkali
Wearing a floor length anarkali is never out of fashion. It is also considered as the alternate for Indo Western dresses. The modern floor length anarkali looks like a gown and is convenient to wear on Indian festivals.
* Six Yards of Grace
Whenever we talk about the Indian attires nothing can beat the grace of saree. Saree is a long flowy attire that hugs the body in such a way that it starts looking appealing and flawless. Saree with a belted structure to saree with thin borders with the right accessories will look elegant for the festive season.
* Flaunt Fusion
If you love experimenting with your looks then you can go for fusion wear this season. It is always fun to mix and match your outfits and accessories. When you blend two or more fashion trends it is completely fresh and eye-catching. Fusion clothing can be worn by everyone and are perfect for every occasion.
* Simple Palazzo and Kurta
If you are not too keen to experiment with your look, then the simple palazzo and silk kurta is just meant for you. It is subdued yet traditional enough to carry for a festive occasion. And not forget to accessorize it with embellished bangles to complete your look.
* Sharara Suit
This festive season you can redefine your look by wearing a sharara suit. It usually contains a short ornate kurta and a pair of flared pants. If you are looking for a stylish alternative to lehengas, you should definitely try sharara suit this karwachauth.
Though, this year's festivals won't t be the same as the past years but, we should not let our festive spirits go down. Doll up yourself and connect with your loved ones through social media.