Check out how Aditi Rao Hydari is giving us major festive look goals this year

A nightmare that we often have: Opening our wardrobes during Diwali and finding absolutely nothing appropriate to flaunt. Either that dress is too shiny, a favourite blouse is now too tight or the go-to saree is no longer trending. As the days go by, this nightmare can easily turn into reality. Decorations need to be put up, diyas have to be lit and then of course, there’s the dreaded task of buying gifts for tons of friends and family—all which means Diwali shopping often takes the backseat. Luckily for us, the stand-out collection from in its 100DaysOfNew campaign, featuring the stunning Aditi Rao Hydari, is here to solve any last-minute ‘I have nothing to wear during Diwali’ woes.

Flowy silhouettes, fun designs and a fresh take on revamping traditional wear mark this trendy line. Expect vibrant sarees, embroidered flared dresses, halter neck tops with floral prints and stylish dhoti pants. Larger-than-life accessories from will put an end to the search for distinct pieces to pair with your outfits. Its range of tribal chokers, beaded necklaces and oxidised jewellery will add a splash of colour and character to even the simplest of attires.

We break down some chic looks from the collection to help you decide what to rock during all the different occasions this festive season:

Cards night

Dressing up for cards night means giving priority to comfort and looking like the life of the party at the same time. Sounds impossible? This dazzling ensemble proves otherwise. Swap your average dress for this ace rose-gold palazzo and T-shirt combination to dance the night away with family and friends. This isn’t your average metallic get-up, its updated to cue in the comfort factor with an easy-breezy silhouette and an athleisure vibe.

Puja ceremony

Looking to don the perfect blend of traditional clothing and contemporary design? This playful ensemble is your answer to standing out from the crowd during the Diwali puja. We love the lime-green colour palette, and TBH, the addition of a statement belt is a stellar styling trick—it uplifts the outfit to give it a modern appeal. Ditch the ordinary blouse for an off-shoulder top. Who says you can’t look sanskaari and sophisticated at the same time?

Get together with family and friends

Cue the dancing, dining, wining and endless laughter with your loved ones. Everyone loves a sequin skirt, and for those who don’t (seriously though?), pair it with a laid-back blouse for the best of both worlds. Purple hues are the way to go in a sea of expected red and orange dominated outfits at Diwali. We reckon there is no better way to celebrate the end of Diwali than looking and feeling your absolute best!


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