Diwali 2019: THESE are the type of Ghararas that you can wear this festive season

Diwali is just around the corner and if you are looking to wear something this festive season, then how about trying a gharara? Read below to find out different types of ghararas' that you can sport this Diwali.
Diwali 2019: THESE are the type of Ghararas that you can wear this festive seasonDiwali 2019: THESE are the type of Ghararas that you can wear this festive season
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When it comes to the festival, all of us want to wear our best Indian attire and don our favourite pair of jhumkas and shoes. We love to dress up for festivals and always try to look different every year. And now with Diwali round the corner, all of us might be busy shopping for it. And if you are someone who still has to decide the perfect outfit for Diwali, then don't worry we'll help you with this one. 


This Diwali give a twist to your traditional wear by opting for ghararas instead. Ghararas have made their way back in Bollywood and right from Madhuri Dixit to Athiya Shetty, everyone is sporting a gharara in style. So if you are looking to ditch your same old suit and wear something different this Diwali, then read below to find out five types of ghararas that you can wear for the festival of lights. 


Black mirror work Gharara:


If you want to experiment more with a solid colour like Black, then this mirror work gharara is perfect for you. It's simple, classic and stylish. Pair it with Jhumkas like Mouni Roy and achieve this radiant traditional look. 


White Gharara:


Swear by white when it comes to festivals? Then this white Gharara with patchwork and lace border is perfect for you. It's simple and chic and is a safe bet, especially if you are donning it for the first time. Pair it will danglers like Taapsee Pannu, and you are good to go.  


Embroidered beige gharara:


If you are someone who loves to dress and love adding embroidery and laces to your outfit, then this one's for you. This heavy embroidery work gharara donned by Athiya Shetty is a statement piece in itself. Wear it or Diwali or some wedding function, it'll look stunning when teamed with maang tikka and earrings. 


Yellow embellished gharara:


Yellow is indeed a festive colour. It's bright, and when teamed with the right accessory it looks more radiant. If you love bright colours and don't mind some work, then this one is perfect for you. Keep it minimum like Madhuri Dixit, and let the outfit speak for you. 


Embossed print light coloured gharara:


If you are looking for a light colour with not too much on it, then this one is perfect for you. The embossed print on the kurta and the pattern on the gharara go well with each other. You can keep it simple like Jennifer Winget or add your touch to it. 


Which one is your pick? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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Madhuri dixit is beautiful greatest I like him super excited to see

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