Classic Indian look for Diwali

My second look for Diwali, is a classic Indian look. Now, when I say classic, I mean literally. This look gives me vibes of a classical Indian singer, ready for a recital (all I need is a Taanpura!). I am trained in classical music (though out of practise now) and have always loved the style of classical female singers. A round bindi, a low knot, thick kajal, gajra and wearing sarees, that is what I saw during my training days. So my Diwali look is a bit inspired from classical singers.  img_1856_fotor-modified

I have styled my black flared kurta with magenta palazzo and a chanderi dupatta. I rounded off my look with a low knot, kundan studs and black sequin pumps.

You can wear this look for Diwali parties or gatherings. Because festivals should bring out the ethnic in you.

Style tip: To accentuate the classic Indian look you can also wear gajra and apply mehendi.

Hope you like my look! Do comment.

Live & Love,

Charu.

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 For similar look check here:

Flared Kurta: Ajio.com

Palazzo: Ajio.com

Chanderi Dupatta: Ajio.com

Clutch: Ajio.com

Kada: rediff.com

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