Layer up with this Saundh India saura pink jacket and sharara set with dupatta, which is enhanced with gota work, sequins, and handcrafted tassels.
Bored of the traditional red, green, and pink? Opt for this deep aqua tussar silk shirt, embellished with marodi embroidery, with a flared brocade sharara by Gopi Vaid.
Vark, Westside’s red ghagra choli set with statement sleeves, enhanced using intricate gold embroidery and sequin work, is a chic option for those who prefer ethnic wear that’s light in weight.
Channel your innate elegance in this poppy mango floral print ruffle sari with hand-embroidered blouse by designer Arpita Mehta.
Make a statement in black and white anarkali this Diwali by ace designer JJ Valaya, featuring his signature chevron pattern.
What’s better than a handwoven silk sari from West Bengal? A reversible silk sari that can be worn two ways, like this Payal Khandwala scarlet and magenta one that comes with chartreuse silk textile for the blouse.
Stay on-trend this Diwali with this AMPM pair of dhoti pants and A-line tunic in green chanderi silk, accentuated with enamel stone details.
Shraddha Kapoor’s favourite, this ready-to-wear sari from Indya comes with a stunning peplum blouse with mirror work, it is stylish and easy to carry. The Bollywood actor suggests you pair it with mirror jewellery for a more stylish look.
Style meets comfort in this beautiful mul cotton sari called Taftan from Suta’s Rings of Ember collection. What takes the drape to the next level is the subtle sparkle of zari shining through the sari.
Keep it simple yet festive with Shanti Banaras’ handwoven lilac anarkali chanderi kurta and pant set with printex pattern.