Festive seasons in India are all about colors, passion and celebration! It’s the time to embrace the beauty of Indian culture and bridge differences. But let’s not forget, a festive season also calls in for a lot many get-togethers’ and dressing up! The mounting pressure to get everything right, from your wardrobe, to accessories, to makeup and footwear, can actually be a task! To help you to look chic and be to bang on trend this season, we bring to you the best festive fashion tips straight from the experts! Read on to know our designer’s take when we questioned them on what to wear and what not-to-wear this season.


Puneet Gupta On That perfect Clutch to complete the festive look :

Harper Bazar’s featured Puneet Gupta specializes in making elite and luxuriant accessories for wedding occasions and festival seasons, under the label Puneet Gupta Luxury. The reason for his fame and credibility stems from his extremely high quality products and designs, crafted with awe-striking embellishments.

He shares with us his take on festive fashion:

YAY: Jewel Print Clutches are ethnic and bejeweled, yet light weight and stylish! The Shrinathji Clutch adds a festive and divine spark to your outfit and works with any age and silhouette!

NAY: Regular rectangular clutches with typical embroiders.FotorCreated



Devika Srimal On her choice of footwear to ensure happy feet whilst enjoying the festivities :

A born entrepreneur. Devika Srimal takes a huge pride in her shoe line, Kanabis, being animal friendly. She crafts her footwear with high quality canvas, instead of leather.

She shares with us her take on fashion

YAY: Wedges. They never go out of style! They are comfortable and take the pain of heels away. Our latest Neo Neo (neon wedges) are perfect this season to light up your day, feet and life!

NAY: Jootis! Been worn to death, plus we do not support animal cruelty. #Saynotoleather




Nikita Mhaisalkar On A Look to try this Dussehra and Diwali :

Nikita Mhaisalkar specialises in Destination wedding wear, Resort wear, Indian fusion and club wear. Supplying to Elahe, Atosa, Kimaya, Amethyst to name a few, this brand owns a supreme position even in the international design industry.

She shares with us her take on festive fashion

 YAY: Fusion wear! Make a statement with combining ethnic look with a modern twist! A statement print dhoti pants with an embellished Ganji for a cards party, a heavy jacket or an embellished crop top with a printed dhoti for a formal diwali do or Simply drape a Banarasi or Kanjivaram saree on a printed black and white dhoti pants! Wear them and see heads turn! Make-up to sport would be Nude lips, bold kajal and lots of mascara. Apply just a BB cream and no Foundation for natural look!

NAY: Pakistani Suits




Shruti Lakhotia On The “IT” accessories to sport in the upcoming festive season :

Shruti Lakhotia owns Medoso, a passionate jewelry house. Medoso is famed for creating one of a kind contemporary treasures inspired by funky and edgy styles.

She shares her with us her take on festive fashion:

YAY: Chand Balis! They make you look elegant and dainty! You can pair them up with any Indo-western outfit!

NAY: Overdoing anything! Like, chunking up too many accessories or too many colors in an outfit.



You could also choose from our designer’s favorite picks from their Festive 2015 collections !


Puneet Gupta’s Instagram Clutch ; Kannabi’s Night Out ; Medoso’s Chinzeh Earrings ; Nikita’s Croptop skirt


So, girls take a cue and shop all what you need to step out “in style” each time and make all that stare worth it!


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