Offbeat Festive Hues: 3 Colours You Must Include In Your Festive Look This Year

If you are feeling adventurous this Diwali, ditching the reds and royal blues might be a good start to embark on one. All you have to do is look for shades beyond the traditionally accepted festive hues. It will open up a world of experimentation and creativity for you! From picking jewelry to deciding footwear, the way you look at potential matches in your wardrobe — and beyond — would change drastically. Here are three shades you can consider to begin your journey.


Redefining Gray

This Diwali, redefine the way you look at gray. Make it festive! You can choose between patterns and combinations that have gray at their heart. A bit of glitter during festivities never hurt anyone — try for a glittery pallu. Or throw in some tassels and pom-poms with a solid shade. Digital print of a flowery pattern can also be a great pick this festive season!

Gray Sarees


White's The Way


White may feel bland at first glance for a festive look, but when paired with a zari texture or embroidered motifs, it might just be what you need. Mirror work patterns are also great picks — you can pair them with bold blouse patterns and a set of colourful, big earrings to complete the look.


White Sarees


Brown Block Prints


There is something irresistible about recurring patterns on a brown-hued fabric. The shade is strong enough to pull the look together — without going overboard — or stealing the limelight. You can pair it up with gold jewellery picks with colourful gems to accentuate the look. 

Brown Sarees

 


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