Boho Festival Attires.

Some Mix and Match for your Boho Festival Attire

Hello everyone, I hope you all are safe. Our most awaited festival which is DIWALI is around the corner. I knew it’s very difficult to celebrate Diwali the same as earlier in this pandemic. But, there is a quote “Don’t Wait For Happiness Create It” This quote motivates me to be happy in every situation and create it also. So, with this, I am here to give you some mix and match for your boho festival attire. You can give stylish look to your basic pairs.

Let me save you some time before you still can’t decide what to wear… an informative guide on putting together an immaculate outfit just perfect for the “pataka” comments to roll it.

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After ten consecutive flips of the monthly calendar, we are at last inches away from easing into the festival of Diwali. What lies ahead is a joyous stretch of time characterized by all things glitter and glam. The celebratory fervor rapidly vaporizing in the surrounding air comes bearing sweet reminders of last season’s resolutions of donning the perfect Instagram worthy outfit, next time. The realization that the “next time” has now morphed into further catalyzes frantic trips to the mall and resultant overwhelming panic. Since making infinite turns to buy what you exactly need would be a risky affair this year. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t step out once or twice before the festival of light brighten our lives.

The costume is the distinctive style of dress of an individual or group that reflects class, gender, profession, ethnicity, nationality, activity, or epoch.

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Boho Festival Attires:)

  • Baby Pink Palazzo Suit Set.
  • Olive Green Sahara suit Set.
  • Black and Golden Blouse with a Long Skirt.

Look 1:)

This is a very basic attire in ethnic wear which we all have in our closet. i.e. A Palazzo suit set in a bright color looks so elegant and stylish. The print on this is very cool and attractive. So, or Boho festival attires. accessorize it with bright and heavy jhumka’s and a big ring which gives more brightness and festival vibes. It’s festival time, so how can you forget about your heels. Take out and spread happiness with your lucky feet. Must apply your lip shade for attention.

Look 2:)

This is a Sahara piece in olive green color. This color is very trendy nowadays. Sahara for the festive season looks so stylish. Accessorizing is the key to your outfit. Accept that key and boom your outfit with your accessories. I want my outfit to look classy and indo western that why I chose this kiwi look earnings with white finishing, a steel color bracelet to complement my heels.

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Look 3:)

My favorite and last look is a long skirt with a blouse/crop top. This is one of the trendy indo-western looks which you can easily carry in this Diwali. Basically, We all have a long skirt and a blouse in our closet. Just mix and match it and create your new look with me. Accessorize it with a heavy neckpiece or just earnings. Open your hair for more attention and rock in your home.

Conclusion:

Thanks for your visit, I am here to create stylish into basic 🙂

Due to this pandemic situation many of us are not able to purchase new clothes, but we all want look stylish for this diwali.

Have a look on my article. I promise it helps you a lot 🙂

Stay Home! Stay Safe!

Happy Diwali😊

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