The auspicious and very popular festival of KarwaChauth is now again on the list and what to wear and what not to, is again a question which is running in a lot of peoples’ mind.
With a lot of experiment carried on in the fashion industry, its high time you say goodbye to your lehengas and wear something different and look gorgeous and plus these clothes are easy to carry. You really need to make sure you look perfect from head to toe.
To spruce up your look for KarvaChauth this year, check these out:
- Silk sarees
For the new bride who likes to stay away from the heavy traditional pieces, this is just perfect! Silk sarees are just the right way to style up for any occasion. They make you look extremely elegant and are so easy to carry. Pair it up with minimal makeup.
- Do it the Sharara way
Heavy embroidery, moti work, net and sharara style pants – the combination is a match made in heaven. This style is back in fashion and is also worn in lot of movies and serials lately. You can also play around with colors. Apply bold lipsticks to stand out.
Choose anarkalis with detail on the sleeves or flairs at the bottom. This will be a perfect pick for your day! Pair it with pretty jhumkas and bangles to complete the look.
- Indo-western gowns
These are super trendy and make you look elegant. These indo western gowns are for the people who want minimal usage of colors or work. Pair it up with mangtika and earrings, for the perfect look.
- Crop tops and long skirts
The classic combination will keep your traditional look alive while the crop top will add to the sass! Add on some oxidized jewellery to look more elegant. Braided buns or side braids are the most recommended hairstyles on this look.
KarvaChauth is all about revelling in good mood, and nothing makes women feel better than dressing well, especially while doing something special for their hubbies. Be it clothes, jewellery or makeup, everything adds to the feel-good factor on this day. So, keep these tips in mind, and feel gorgeous like never before this KarvaChauth.