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Hey, Newlyweds! Here's What You Can Wear On Your First Diwali

BY Garvita | 22 Oct, 2019 | 34141 views | 3 min read

Festivals in the first year of marriage are extra special! You dress up more than you used to do! :D However, the task lies in choosing what to wear! In case, you are not over with your trousseau you still have the options left but if you have to buy a new one then it's going to be a roller coaster ride!
But fret not, we've come up with a rundown of unique outfits that are perfect for your first Diwali. Scroll down already because we're sure you'll place orders while at it!

Drape that timeless weave

Image via @rehavij

Push your boundaries, and choose a saree drenched in a myriad of hues! It's all about creating a statement in 2020 and spread vividness during this tough phase.

Masaba Gupta

While you can check an array of festive styles by House Of Masaba through this video - 

Here are two of our favs!

Price of this Scarlet Anarkali Set - INR 25,000

Price of this Angrakha Kurta Set - INR 19,000

Giving festive season a quirky punch with functional and effortless outfits like these! House of Masaba offers some beautiful pieces and we can't help but love them all. Curated these two after scrolling and staring for hours!

Bhumika Grover

Price of this Embroidered Kurta-Sharara set - INR 35,000 (Via Carma)

To serve festive with a side of flair, how about flaunting a sharara set on your first Diwali? Bhumika Grover has a plethora of options worthy of drooling over! 
We loved this forest green short kurta with matching sharara pants, and feel it'll be an offbeat hue for the newly wedded women to wear. Might as well give it a try? 

Khara Kapas

Price of this Mustard Ghagra Set - INR 23,900

Our love for ghagras is unconditional! And honestly, we haven't seen many women experimenting with this style. So it's is definitely not done and dusted yet! If you're someone who doesn't like to go mainstream then how about wearing an outfit like this on your first Diwali? This Mustard short Kurti with a playful and fun crinkle ghagra has our heart!

Joy Mitra

Price of this Green Chanderi Silk Kurta Lehenga Set - INR 39,000 (via Aza)

Planning on wearing an outfit in Chanderi Silk for Diwali? Well, then you should definitely check Joy Mitra's collection! This Green tiered anarkali with lehenga screams festive and magnificence, and you won't look any further after trying it out!  

Sana Barreja

Price of this Navy Blue raw silk lehenga - INR 37,000

If you're looking for an amalgamation of ethnicity with modern vibe this Diwali, then you should definitely consider Sana Barreja's ensembles! We really liked this outfit for its sheer fit, hue and romantic silhouette. Definitely pin-worthy!

Good Earth

Price of this Jamun Chanderi saree - INR 30,000

For most newlyweds, the Diwali outfit is equal to a saree! But if your style is all about elegance and minimalism, then Good Earth's saree will make you fall in love. We couldn't take our eyes off this unique hue! You can easily add bling to this look by pairing it up with an OTT blouse and dazzle this Diwali. 

Sue Mue 

Price of this Embroidered Short Anarkali Set - INR 35,000 (via Ogaan)

First Diwali after wedding calls for wearing vibrant hues like red, rani pink and more! So our list would have been incomplete without a vivid festive essential attire. What we really liked about this set is that it's contemporary and would definitely make you stand out from this rest!  

Aren't all these outfits insanely gorgeous! Looks like your Diwali outfit is now sorted! Ahem.. placed an order already? 

Shop for your favourite festival outfits from the WMG Bridal Gallery

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