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#BrideGuide: 5 Simple Styling Hacks To Look Slim In Indian wear This Diwali!

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Diwali is just around the corner and while you might think of doing a crash diet to look gorgeous in those stylish ethnic wear. We tell you 5 simple hacks to look slimmer without loosing any weight. So, be it anarkali or a sexy saree this Diwali show off without fear of looking bloated. 

#1 Fabric

It's all about the fabric, don't go for fabrics that are body hugging like lycra or spandex. These fabrics tend to make you look bulkier. Instead of these fabrics opt for cotton silk or Georgette. These are the perfect fabrics to give your body a great shape. Style your suit cotton silk anarkali with cigarette pants for a more leaner look.


#2 Anarkalis! 

For those short girls, Anarkalis are a great option to look tall and in shape. It will also help in hiding those problematic areas and make you look more lean, Anarkalis will never go out of trend, so go on and get yourself a beautiful Anarkali kurta or dress this Diwali.


#3 Straight fit Kurta Jackets

Straight fit kurta jacket is the  right choice to give a defined look to your body shape. A monochrome straight fit kurta will help you look taller and slimmer or a shimmery kurta jacket with longer side slits will work like magic too. So, this Diwali ditch your knee length kurta, and opt for a well fitted straight kurta. Opt for a quarter sleeves and team it up with palazzo pants to look glamorous. 


#4 Go For Smaller Prints

If you are opting for prints, instead of choosing big bold prints select smaller prints that looks elegant. This rule applies to all your Indian-wear needs. 

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#5 Layering! 

Layering an Indian-wear can be tricky and can ruin the entire look. It's a game not everyone can master in. But this Diwali you can amp your layering  game by opting for a waistcoat to hide the problematic areas on your upper body, but if you wish to hide your sides, then opt for a nice embroidered long jacket.




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