Diwali Festival 2019: What to Wear on 5 Days of Diwali Festival
One of the most vibrant and scintillating Hindu festivals ‘Diwali‘ is around the corner. This mega festival embraces all religions, boundaries and cultures. Diwali is not a single day event as it is celebrated in the continuity of 5 glorious days i.e Dhan Teras, Choti Diwali (Kali Chaudas), Diwali Eve (Badi Diwali), Bestu Baras (New Year) and Bhai Dooj. In India and among Indians, these days are legendary in terms of celebrations. In every part of the country, Diwali is celebrated in different forms. It’s a national festival to shine and sizzle and the perfect occasion to dress up in the finest Indian ethnic clothes. So girls, if you are wishing to look your best and looking for what to wear on 5 days of Diwali festival 2019, then it's time to take out your regal Ethnic Set, kurtis and ethnic dresses to be a sparkle this Diwali 2019.
Diwali is the season of parties where you meet, greet and mingle with family, friends and new acquaintances. You would definitely like to look great when your loved ones will be visiting your homes to exchange Diwali gifts and wishes. Amidst all the Diwali preparation and running around for shopping, we hardly get time for prepping up and dressing up. To make it easy for you we have curated some awesome style tips to help you look gorgeous on all 5 days of Diwali.
Day 1 – Shop New Clothes on Dhanteras
Dhanteras (Dhanvantri Triodas) marks the official beginning of Diwali fiesta. This day is considered extremely auspicious and folks buy various items from the market. Since the day stands for inviting wealth and happiness in our lives you must keep a very positive frame of mind on this day. So smile a lot during the day while wearing some great quality new clothes for dhanteras. You can consider wearing a beautiful anarkali suit in holy hues of yellow, pink or red and avoid wearing black on this day. Since most of the folks prefer to wear traditional clothes on this day, you can also choose to wear Indo western clothes for Dhanteras.
Day 2 – Relaxed Look For Choti Diwali (Kali Chaudas)
This day is associated with the worship of Goddess Kali and holds a huge significance in many parts of India. Though sacred havans, naivedyams are offered Choti Diwali, many people relax on this day by taking a rest and mingling with their families. On Choti Diwali they took out time to visit relatives and friends, therefore this day calls out for pretty relaxed vibes. But you can be radiant and vibrant on this day with your attire for Choti Diwali. How about donning Indo western attire or something casual on this day? Put on something that makes you feel relaxed despite being dressy. Short kurtis or crop top with skirt is great for this purpose. If you are travelling through the city and have a long day ahead of you, this outfit will keep your look light and fresh throughout the day.
Day 3 – The Grand Day of Diwali
This is the main day to sizzle and shine. You have a lot of things to do on this busy to the brim day. You will hardly get time from the hectic schedule of decorations, celebrations, meeting loved ones, worship rituals and dressing up. But we are sure you will anyhow find the chance to flaunt your style, therefore it is best to keep your outfit for Diwali ready in advance.
On Diwali, you should dress your best. It should seem like a competition to sizzle between you and the glimmering diyas. A glistening ethnic salwar suit with heavy work and dazzling fabric will help you to achieve this. Complement the Diwali dress with open wavy hairs and stylish jewels like big Kundan necklaces and drop earrings for an extra sensuous look on Diwali.
Day 4 – Feminine Look for Bestu Baras
This day has a different significance all over India. As per the Hindu Calendar, this is officially the New Year. As this is also a day to feast, folks enjoy it by cooking extensively to celebrate annakut and Govardhan pooja. It’s a great day to look feminine and demure or to bring out your natural personality as it is. Also after the tiresome Diwali celebration, it's time for relaxation donning some comfortable clothes. You can opt for lighter, pastel colour ethnic outfits for the 4th day of Diwali week. To channel a traditional look for Bestu Baras you can put on something stylish and trendy having embroidery embellishment.
Day 5 – Bhai Dooj
Bhai Dooj is the day to celebrate the lovely bond between sisters and brothers. On this day the sister visits her brother’s and cousin brother’s homes. On this day too you can keep your overall look light and peppy, while still mixing a generous dose of tradition to your outfit. You can pick choose lighter fabrics or opt for brocades and prints. Long cape kurta set can also be an excellent choice for this lovely day.
Hope these Diwali outfit ideas will help you in deciding What to Wear on the 5 Days of Diwali Festival 2019. you can share your views and feedback in the comment section below.
Have a happy and safe Diwali!!!