1. Bhai Dooj 2016: 10 stunning bhaiya dooj outfit ideas, from Sari to Sherwani

Bhai Dooj 2016: 10 stunning bhaiya dooj outfit ideas, from Sari to Sherwani

Sensible and according to the event attire always attracts eyeballs even on a crowded atmosphere. So, this Bhai Dooj, here's how you can stun the gathering.

By: | New Delhi | Published: November 1, 2016 5:15 AM
 Sensible and according to the event attire always attracts eyeballs even on a crowded atmosphere. So, this Bhai Dooj, here's how you can stun the gathering. (Thinkstock.com) Sensible and according to the event attire always attracts eyeballs even on a crowded atmosphere. So, this Bhai Dooj, here’s how you can stun the gathering. (Thinkstock.com)

Bhai Dooj 2016: Dressing up in style is one of the most important features on any given special occasion as, apart from personal pleasure, you also advertise the fact that you are in a celebratory mood and also as it catches people’s attention. Sensible and according to the event attire always attracts eyeballs even on a crowded atmosphere. So, this Bhai Dooj, here’s how you can stun the gathering. Just follow the tips and knock them all out with your sense of style – do remember, of course, that a constant smile brings out the best effect.

Sari: For most people in India, as far as women are concerned, when it comes to dressing up, a sari is the first thing that pops into the mind. That is the image that has been carved into our minds and we generally react the most to that only. This festive season, a net sari is the best way to catch people’s attention. Other than this banarasi sari, kanjivaram sari, silk sari, pochampalli sari, patola sari etc. Can give a woman an elegant touch.

Kurta-Pyjama: Kurta-Pyjama is always first pick by men in India. Whether it is festival occasion or traditional ceremonies, kurta is a unique style statement.

Sharara: Comfortable and trendy, a Sharara is basically the replacement of ghagra and this Lucknowi attire can be transformative indeed.

Dhoti: Like Kurta-Pyjama, another dress that offers the greatest comfort factor and a trendy look is Dhoti-Kurta. During pujas and festivals, this can well mesmerise people.

Lehenga Choli: Lehenga Choli or Ghagra Choli commonly identifies Gujarati and Rajasthani women but nowadays this has become a symbol of elite class. The attire is available in both embroidered and plain version. So, pick the one that suits you.

Sherwani: In ancient times, Sherwani and Chudidar were considered as the dress of Kings and similars. So, no doubt that it will give the feel like the king.

Salwar or Churidar and Kameez: This famous dressing combination well adapted across the nation. Some might replace the salwar with churidar and the kameez length can vary from short kurti’s to ankle length Anarkali suits.

Anarkali: Anarkali dresses are widely in trend. Choose a bright colour Anarkali and let people hold their breath.

Denim and Kurta: If the party is a casual gathering of friends then team up your Kurta with your favourite pair of jeans and make a cool impression at the get-together.

Gowns: If you can manage so don’t hesitate to wear a gown because not anyone can handle it. And most important, a tall woman always rocks in long dresses.

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