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Fashionista NOW: Sari Style Inspo For Diwali 2017 Festive Fashion

Saree styles and festive saree outfit interpretations to get you boosted up for Diwali 2017 bash.

Diwali is just around the corner and to help you ladies who are going to be celebrating to get in the festive mood, I’ve rounded up a compilation of looks to show you how various street style bloggers wear their vibrant sarees and make them their own!

Indian sarees are often bold, embroidered, and stamped in gorgeous explosion of colors. From the muted deep colors combos to the lighter airy-fairy pastel ones, sarees ensure that the wearer will look devastatingly elegant and ready to dance.

If you’re into the Bollywood-inspired fashion genre then you may have witnessed the marriage of the traditional and modern elements that can result in an unexpected fusion festive wardrobe interpretations that welcome the blend of the classics and the contemporary. My favorite would be Payal Khandwala’s mesmerizing neoprene top, silk saree and silk culotte combo from her SS16 collection.

In this post, however, we shall look at how the breed of experimental boundary-pushing fashionistas make sarees fun and forward. And also, eyeball how they make those sarees go with their existing personal style vibe. Personalized festive attires to give you own unique spin are BOMB! Enjoy!

Let’s take a moment to pause and appreciate how stunning are these women in sarees. Wow! So, which festive saree look is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!

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