Diwali is a couple of days away.
Going out and meeting loved ones and friends may be out the question in these times of the pandemic. But you can still plan virtual celebrations from the comfort of your homes.
Designer Monisha Jaising tells us how to use old clothes and turn them around to look trendy yet fashionable.
1. Crop tops with palazzo pants/wide leg pants
The combination of crop top and palazzo pants works amazing.
It's perfect for an easy Indo Western look.
You can never go wrong with crop tops with sequinned embroidery and a plain wide leg pants.
2. Velvet blouse with a choli
Those days are gone when a simple lehenga was considered the hottest Diwali outfit.
Add some texture in a velvet blouse paired with bright colour choli.
3. Body suit as a blouse
A trendy trick is to wear a body suit as a blouse if you are heavier on the top it gives you an option to wear a shaper inside and looks unique.
4. Saree with a belt
No matter what kind of sari you decide to wear, you can always change the style by adding a belt to it.
It not only makes you look super trendy, but accentuate the waist line and make you look slimmer.