Bridal Fashion

#DiwaliSpecial: 8 Hacks To Use Your Wedding Trousseau For Your First Diwali

Tanya Baisoya, 25 Oct 2019

Hola newly-wed brides! Are you excited for your first Diwali with your in-laws? We’re sure you want to look your most gorgeous self this Diwali. And of course, with that comes the responsibility of carrying off the right outfit, jewellery, basically making sure nothing goes wrong with your look. But, did you ever think that you could reuse all your expensive clothes, makeup and all the other things present in your wedding day trousseau for your first-ever Diwali look? So, let’s do a little bit of mix and match, and make sure you look like an absolute pataka!

Your Style Guide For Your First Diwali

Reusing Your Mehendi Skirt

So, do you remember the peppy and colourful skirt/lehenga you wore on your mehendi day? How can you not make use of that again? You don’t want to go overboard with your outfit, and your light floral lehenga will be your ideal choice this Diwali. You can take inspiration from this real bride!

Bringing The Sexy Back!

Now is the time for you to use your blouses that you have not otherwise used till now! These uber-stylish, and yet not-so-heavy blouses are a perfect pick for Diwali!

Source Hania Aamir

The Evergreen Matha Patti!

We spotted some brides who wore these light and stylish matha pattis which can be a MUST for your Diwali look. So, don’t let your matha patti get wasted. And yes, you should make use of everything you can to look the fanciest!

Don’t Forget Your Jhumkas!

These earrings from your mehendi and reception look are just what you need to up your game this Diwali. While some of them are multi-hued, the others have beautiful semi-precious stones, which will make you shine this festive season.

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A Minimal Dupatta

Your look just can’t be complete without a dupatta! And what is better than the dupatta you wore at your wedding? We are sure you have sentimental values attached to it, and would love to use it again to look as alluring as you looked on your wedding. While your entire look is minimalistic, your bridal dupatta, on the other hand, will be the perfect balance for your look.

Oh! Those Chic Shoes  

Remember your fancy shoes from your wedding day? You can’t miss out on using your Jimmy Choos’ again for your Diwali! These sassy peep toes can be your best friend for that night!

Source Jimmy Choo

The Blingy Bangles 

Your bangles from the wedding day trousseau are important to finish the Diwali look! Be careful to choose bangles that go best with your outfit. 

The Fancy Clutches 

The last one is your traditional clutch! Remember once they were the real definers for your wedding day? You know they can play the same role for your Diwali. 

Source Graza

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