Simple tricks to reuse old clothes & recreate new Diwali dress
Right from Navrati pooja you have been buying dresses and accessories?
And now that its Diwali time no girl wishes to repeat the same Diwali dress and being a good girl you do not want to spend more. Is this feeling marring your Diwali spirit? Let that happen no more.
Time to dig deep into your wardrobe and pull of a forgotten choli or a frenzy dupatta or old silk skirt to create an entirely fresh look. Put your designer gears on and art out your own stylish Diwali attire.
- A Skirt and a crop top:
No girl’s wardrobe is complete without these two. How will this create your Diwali dress? Don your crop top and a solid skirt. This time instead of letting it show off your belly button, pull up your skirt till it tucks the crop top.
The outcome is unbelievable, you wore a crop top and a skirt and ended up in a whole new Anarkali. What goes well with this is a heavy, clinking neck piece to shout out for that Diwali party look.
Mix and match the most colorful dupatta if you want to make it more ethnic.
- Jean and a crop top:
Create a complete runway Diwali look with a good old pair of jeans, a crop top, and a dupatta. Once the crop top and jeans are on, drape the dupatta like a saree and you are done. Top it up with some chunky tribal jewelry.
It is such a quick fusion fix for a last minute party invitation.
- Off-shoulder, shrugs, and palazzo:
All three have been top the fashion charts these summers. Now put them to good use before you bid them goodbye.
Wear your off shoulder with a palazzo and don the shrug. Pin up the shrug at the waist to create a stylish new look. Team it up with a bright dupatta and some statement danglers for a page three Diwali party look.
- Ethnic skirt, blouse, and a dupatta:
Pick up the sexiest traditional attire for your Diwali look. A deep cut blouse, team it up with any traditional skirt – a floral or gottapati laden. Drape a plain dupatta the stylish way and load your neck with some chic silver jewelry and be an eye candy this Diwali.
- Plain T-shirt and Patiala Salwar:
Pull out the plainest t-shirt and team it up with your ethnic Patiala salwar. Cover the top of Patiala salwar with a chic bright traditional belt, and you are ready super quick. Do not forget along meenakari silver necklace create a head-turning look for Diwali 2017.
- Kurti and heavy skirt:
A simple kurta paired with a heavy skirt is the best you could do to your conservative attire. A huge maang tikka and bangle laden arms will turn you into a tinsel town fairy.
Pop, fusion, traditional or cross, restyle the old clothes this Diwali and wear your own designer label.
The options are unlimited all you need to do is don your most creative cap. This Diwali do not get compliments only for your looks but for creativity too. You don’t even need to be a fashion buff to create a unique style that you can carry with an air of confidence and ease.