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5 Latest Fashion Trends to Follow this Festive Season

2016 has been all about exposing shoulders, putting on emboldened jhumkas, bringing back the Rajasthani retro with the silver and metal boho necklaces, chokers, kurta sets, tassles and a lot more fun. Not only have we seen a blend of colours to celebrate everything festive, the monochromes have outshined as well to bring in elegance, beauty and class.

Working your way to portray the most sizzling look this festive season? Look no further. We’ve got a perfect list of five fashion statements made at fashion runways that will add glamour to your wardrobe. These are must haves for the festive season lying forward.

1. Kurta Sets

Kurtas for women

Nothing speaks comfort and style like the Kurta sets floating all around the country with their contemporary appeal and ultra-modern look enthused by a zeal of fusion wear.

What is better than designer prints in contemporary looks? – The same in a way that oozes comfort. With the trend of kurta sets, beautiful kurtis are being paired with palazzos, skirts, sheraras and the likes. One of the set contains a print so vivid and beautiful that you get enticed by it. What’s more is that kurtis of all lengths work to look gorgeous paired with a blown palazzo or skirt. In this festive season, bring on a long kurti and pair it up with a shimmery flowing palazzo or skirt to enhance your look.

Related Read: 5 Most Wanted and Trendy Styles in Women Kurtis

2. Capes and Suit jackets

Suit jackets for women

Another fusion trend bound to come to the platform is the suit jackets paired with inner long kurtis, gowns or dresses. Most preferable are long suit jackets with a slit to part it from the middle for the inner beauty to shine through. Pair it, yet again, with a palazzo or a skirt to own that festive night.

3. Boho silver necklaces and earrings


Boho Necklaces have made a comeback from the traditional Rajasthani silverware jewellery, and they look nothing less than attractive paired with dazzling clothes for all occasions. Often, this type of jewellery has multiple layers, making it stretch long enough to cover the neckline perfectly. No more fretting over beaded clothes to make you shine through the crowd.

4. Tassels


There’s no doubt that tassels bring in the colour to your wardrobe that is necessary to zing up the festive appearance. Festivities are also about vibrancy and hues, and tassels are nothing short of producing the energy. They can be worn as earrings, over footwear, attaches to bags, or as strings to the outfits.

5. Jhumkas


Your love for jhumkas will be reignited after the beautiful range out now in the fashion trends. From regular wear to heavy festive wear, jhumkas are bringing out the glory in beautiful lehengas, ravishing saarees, and other ethnic wear. What’s more, they tempt despite of the absence of a necklace like delicate pieces showcasing charm.

Step out and look like the goddess you are with these brilliant fashion trends of the festive season!

Also Read : Top 10 Jewelry Trends to Follow


  1. Manavi

    October 11, 2016 at 9:31 am

    In love with Tassels these days. They are so cute and help brighten up any look instantly. The ones in the picture looks great. Are they yours, if so where can I get them?

  2. vidya

    October 10, 2016 at 12:12 pm

    Awesome suggestion. Love this ideas. Surely will try this.

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