Diwali is right around the corner, so is my birthday and Sunny Deol’s too; all on the same day.
Before I move on with the post, I need to make a #BloggerConfession: #OOTDs aren’t cheap. You have to invest in newer pieces all the time and boy that’s an expensive affair!
While looking up Diwali outfits, I came across this label called Levell 5 which by the way looks very expensive from the kind of clothes and marketing they indulge in, but are way easier on the pocket.
I have put together three looks featuring Levell 5 which could take you from Taash Parties upto the D- day(read Diwali) .
I. Draped crop top and skirt set for a #TaashParty:
We all know taash parties are all about a lot of fake smiles and lots of wine, the latter obviously being the better part. These parties are supposed to be dressy but not over the top dressy.
Point to remember: Dressing up well is a form of good manners.
I have opted for a draped crop top and skirt set in a midnight blue shade.
This outfit is just the right combination of festive and classy.
The colour too is apt for an evening/night party. The best part, nobody would know if you spilled wine on your dress, or if any envious woman did. 😉
A comfy, light-weight outfit which is sure to make you the cynosure of attention.
Tip: keep the accessories very simple. For instance I have used an ear cuff and one cocktail ring. Most importantly, have a blast at these parties and win loads of money!
II. Choti Diwali/ Dhanteras look:
I possibly can’t do without layering even when it comes to Desi kapda!
I have teamed a pink anarkali with a maroon embroidered jacket to add that societal-pressure-wala-taam-jhaam.
I absolutely love how this outfit is so playful and provides such an impressive colour play.
So much so that I couldn’t stop dancing. Another good part, since this is a floor length outfit, you wouldn’t need a churidaar underneath. What ventilation! Win-win!
III. The easy-breezy Diwali day look:
I am a big fan of lehengas and blouses. And when the blouse be a sexy one-shouldered one, who can say no!
The gold blouse with a muted off-white skirt is so comfy, and the shocking pink dupatta adds all the quirk a person like me needs.
This look isn’t just comfy but you can run around the house because we all know how the Diwali day is.
Using this picture, just to show that I do occasionally look into the camera and shoot!
That’s just me being the ‘aadarsh beti’ with the ‘aarti ki thali’.
Nay, just kidding, let’s get back to notoriety.
So here’s hoping that I have prepped you enough and solved all your what to wear for Diwali woes!
All the outfits from Levell 5 that you see in this post are under the 15k price bracket and they have garments starting from INR 3000 or even lower in some cases.
You can visit their store at the following address for a truck load of options.
103, Park Street
Ravi Auto House, Kolkata 700016
On that note, wish you all a Happy Diwali in advance and let’s be #patakas rather than burn them this year. #PromiseToSelf
Would love to know how did you guys like this post and also which one was yOur favourite look.
Do let me know in the comments below.
(Pictures by : The Ordinary Clicker)
Until next time!