Check out our suggestions on nailing that perfect, ready-to-rock-the-event look.
Check out our suggestions on nailing that perfect, ready-to-rock-the-event look.

With the festive season in swing, we all need a little pick-me-up in the wardrobe department.

Unsure how to style that ultimate bling-y look? Looking for a few classy numbers to amp up your wardrobe? We have compiled some ideas on how to pick the right outfit, accessories and hairdos that let you be effortlessly chic this festive season.

Check them out:

Moonlight shimmer for a day-time event

If we had to pick an outfit for a daytime event - whether it is a nikaah or a daawat - it would be this shimmery, moonlight long shirt with muted embroidery and mukesh paired with matching heels.

The look can be amped up with some bold eye makeup and back-combed puffy hair with a chic bun.

A kaftan to steal the light

For a sophisticated after-five look, consider a statement peacock blue kaftan in a rich hue like this.

Pull the look together with a matching choker, outward blow-dried hair and a glossy pout, and you're ready to own the night.

Black and gold for the bold and beautiful

Black and gold is that ultimate classy combo we swear by.

Not much room to go wrong here, but if you have to make a statement, go for this black and gold kaftan with a woven fabric, flared sleeves with embroidery, and hand-beaded details and embellishments.

Keep the makeup minimal with beachy waves to let your dress do the talking.

Rock them English garden vibes

If you are looking for something more muted yet beautiful, check out this powder-blue, cutwork net dress with intricate beadwork and pearls.

This option leaves a lot of room for experimentation in the hair and accessory department. We suggest a pair of dangling earrings with an elaborate bun to complete your look.

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