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Shopping would not come to an end in this festive season, and how it could be, when some of the most important festivals are waiting in a queue to make the entire month special. With so many festivals on the calendar in just a month might confuse on how to dress up for the festivals especially when it’s really hot. The Mileage here in brings some tips from the designers and stylist of the city to help you out.

Garima Saikia Garg advices to keep it traditional during Puja as it’s a traditional Hindu festival.

Dressing up bright and being in the best look of oneself is something which everyone desires. Traditional outfits top the list when it comes to select the dress for Puja. Cocktail sarees and mekhela sador are in for this Puja and also grabbing attention of not just the married women but also of the young girls. Sarees in ghagra style and ready to made mekhela sador are advised for the Puja. This time, skirts like mekhela are also there to woo the young ones to try it. Apart from the style, we are also experimenting with the material and offering diversified silk, soft eri silk etc. For colours, I would like everyone to try the neon colours but depending on their complexion they should choose the neon colours and blend it with pastel shades.

The young girls, who probably would not like to wear mekhela or saree, are advised to wear kurtis with palazzo pants which is the latest trend of the year. Full length kurtis or knee length straight cut kurtis with palazzo pants would suit everyone and is highly recommended for the glam dolls of the city or the region.

Seeking the well being and prosperity of the husband, the Indian wives used to keep fast for the day and the festival ‘Karwa Chauth’ is the most celebrated festival for Hindu married women. Dipankar Kashyap, a leading stylist shares some tips on how to dress up for the occasion this year.

The festival is a day where all the ladies dress up bright, wear heavy jewelleries and almost dress up like a bride no matter what would be their age. Unlike other years, this year Karwa Chauth would be hot and heavy dresses and jewelleries would not be easy to carry on. So, this year women are recommended to wear sarees and lehengas of light material such as chiffon or net and the material should have heavy borders, to give the dress a gorgeous look. Colours like red, orange and green are recommended as this are the colours of the festival.

The most important part is the accessories, so women should wear one piece of jewelery, for example one should go for a kara instead of so many bangles, to be comfortable. For makeup one should go for light colours with matte look. However, to glam up one can use shimmers.

The festival of light, crackers and sweets should be celebrated with the warmth of colours, says Joy Singh the city based designer.
Diwali is a festival of light, colours and so it’s obvious that one would prefer to wear bright dresses which are also very much in fashion. Girls should go for lehengas with contrast colour blouse and should keep the cloth material either chiffon or net. However, if someone is interested to wear salwars or sarees, they should prefer a high neck outfit which is the latest trend of the season.

Boys are recommend knee length kurtas and Patiala salwars for the traditional look. For a modern look, one can wear the Modi suit which has became the fashion statement of many especially the young generation.
Try these colours to get good luck and blessings of Maa.

1st day of Navratri-Yellow Dwitwiya-Dark green Tritwiya-Grey Chaturthi-Orange Panchami-White Sashthi-Red Saptami-Royal Blue Ashtami-Pink Navami-Purple Dussera-Red and white

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