Keeping it minimal and vibrant this Diwali

It's the festival of lights, joy and happiness and I couldn't be any happier to be spending an amazing time with my family and friends. The best part about this festival is the vibe and that happiness it emits. The preparation and making of Diwali sweets and faral, the trips to the mall with family for some shopping time (you know that joy of buying new clothes on Diwali), lighting our homes with diyas and akash kandil, the chatter of family, friends and relatives over Diwali dinners, don't you think these are the highlights of this festival? Another favourite of mine that I obviously enjoy is dressing up ethnic. You guys probably know I love Indian outfits and ethnic dresses especially in vibrant hues. Last year Diwali, I went elaborate and draped a saree and accessorized with heavy jewellery. But unlike last year, this year I'm pulling off more of a minimal yet elegant look and styling it with some amazing jewellery picks of mine lately.

Keeping it minimal with a vibrant splash

This is my sense of minimalism where I went for a this vibrant pink and orange kurta from Ateesa which has these cute little pom-poms at the bottom of the kurta and paired it up these beautiful palazzo pants from the W store. Adding a dupatta was always an option, but I chose to go with a no-dupatta look. To complete the look, I added on these statement mirrored tassel earrings, which are just so gorgeous, and a wise pick from the Wassup flea market, Pune. Also, added a pair of bangles for an ethnic touch. The heels are from Miris, which was another wise purchase when I was on a vacay in Russia. Basically, my look has bright and vibrant hues consisting of pink, red and orange. Perfect colours for Diwali and the festive feel! Do let me know in the comments below what you think of this look. Also, to catch more updates on styling and so, do follow me on my Instagram handle @misstrinketsquare :) Meanwhile, take a look at the pictures! 

Photography: Sanil Deshmukh
What I'm Wearing: Kurta from Ateesa, Palazzo Pants from W, Heels from Miris, Jewellery from Wassup flea market Pune. 

Happy Diwali to you guys! Have a cracker-free and a pollution-free Diwali. Lots of love and luck.

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