Fashion Outfits to Transform You into a Diva during the Pujas of 2018 By Avik Posted on October 13, 2018 5 min read 0 0 27 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Outfits to Transform You into a Diva during the Pujas of 2018 All grains of tradition and culture are defined by Durga Puja, the biggest festival in Bengal. Apart from spending quality time with friends and family members, it’s time to do some pandal-hopping and tasting a variety of delicacies. For Bengali women, it’s the most authentic occasion to raise the bar of elegance. Choosing one ethnic outfit over another throughout the festivities depends on your preference and budget. However, with each passing year, you’re bound to come across more options to check and compare. Your list of favorites keeps on expanding very quickly. Checkout a few of the most renowned options that you have in hand: Saris Saris have always been a class apart when it comes to enhancing your beauty and grace. The Bengali woman develops a classy look by wearing the plain white or off-white cotton sari possessing a red border. Among a wide variety of other saris that are always in demand, you have the Tangail, Dhakai, Tussore Silk, Pure Cotton, Shantipur Tant, Kantha Stitch, Baluchari, Pure Silk, and Phulia Tant. Lehenga Choli A plethora of Chaniya Cholis are available in the market just like saris. You may choose to go with some of the traditional designs that boast sequins and butis throughout the outfit. Most of these options look gorgeous with Resham and Zari work on them. Studding of precious stones for embroidering the Chanya cholis more heavily is an eye-catchy option. It develops both the ethnic and yet modern look for the modern Indian woman. Chanyas will even come in a variety of shapes e.g. Full-flair, Paneled, Mermaid, Circular, and Straightened. Salwar Suits The inhabitants of South-Central part of Asia have this tradition of wearing a Salwar Kameez. The Bengalis are also very fond of it. The embroideries and fabrics of the Patiala suits have contributed much towards their popularity. On the other hand, you may even opt for the simple cotton ones. Anarkali Suits Named after the famous dancer Anarkali, this outfit is actually a rare kind of Salwar Kameez. It has always remained in demand across various consumer markets in Asia and other continents, which has helped it in becoming a timeless classic. Besides featuring a slim base, it depicts an elongated top with a frock-like appearance. Kurti and Churidar It’s quite natural for you to look chic and smart while feeling comfortable at the same time. In that case, you may try out wearing Salwar-kameez. Apart from being comfortable, they could look versatile and simple to wear. These days, a number of jacketed kurtis are also in trend. Skirts You may consider developing an indo-western combination by teaming your short kurtis with ethnic skirts. A skirt might come with its hemline varying between floor and knee length. Your sense of aesthetics and the concept of modesty in your culture may help determine your hemline. You might even exercise your personal preference over things. Sando tops and tank tops are a few good options for teaming up your skirts. So, out of all the options mentioned here, you may choose to wear some during the Pujas in 2018. You won’t regret being an absolute Diva after all!