Versatile Festive Wear

For most people, the favourite part of festivals may be food, friends, and get-togethers, but we’re sure for you, it's the time to dress up again. But even flaunting your inner fashionista requires you to upgrade your wardrobe. Thankfully, we’ve got you covered with trendy and effortlessly glam outfits to help you nail the festive look.

Pick out the all-time trendy lehenga!

Some kinds of clothes never go out of style. Lehengas never stopped being people’s favourite choice. And why not, lehengas are all again in trend these days? If you want to keep it simple yet striking, choose a solid coloured lehenga with matching shirt and intricate embroidery. If you're planning to go edgy, pair the outfit with some chic jewellery.

Get your pishwas out and style them!

Donning a pishwas is a great way to dress up because they are very festive season appropriate. Want to add a festive vibe to your outfit? Simple, opt for a bold coloured pishwas with an embellished bodice. Add statement accessories and pretty heels. That’s it! You have an eye-catching outfit already!

An ode to pastel and nude colours

Some of you might have wardrobes filled with ethnic wear in solid light colours. But don’t worry, a little styling can get you a festive fit in no time. All you need is to have some nude and pastel coloured outfits to achieve the perfect look. Just invest in neutral colour embroidered outfits with modern cuts, and you’re good to go!

Add oomph to your solids with heavy embellishments

An outfit with a dazzling embroidery and stone work is an elegant way to enter the festivities. In fact, even a simple outfit can be lighten up with embellishments to glam up your outfit instantly. They add a graceful charm to your fit, and if they are scalloped, they add a bit of spunk as well and on the other hand, add a touch of modernity to your outfit.

Sashay your way in with ethnic dresses

They say, there’s a dress for every occasion. And festivals are no exception. Ethnic maxi dresses lend a breezy but elegant look. The bonus? These are comfortable too! If you do wear anethnic dress to a function, remember to pair them with statement earrings and flats, and if you want to turn the glam up a notch, slick back your hair and go natural with makeup too.

Coordination: Umer Mushtaq
Hair & Makeup: Wajid Khan
Designer: Aamir Baig
Photography & Styling: Rizwan ul Haq
Featuring: Fahmeen Ansari