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Ladies! Save These 7 Fashion Tips To Steal The Show This Diwali Pooja & After Party

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Festive season has begun, and you can feel it all in the air. From cleaning the houses  to cleaning the wardrobes, we are sure you must be ecstatic to shop some new outfit for this Diwali Pooja. While, many of you are celebrating it for the first time as the Woman Of The House, so, for those girls, we had complied a list of 7 fashion tips that will definitely help you steal the show this Diwali Pooja and after party if you are planning to go on. 

#1 Get the glow right!
First thing first, if you want to get glowing before Diwali, and planning on some new facial, we advise you to stop right away. Go for only those facials tried and tested facials at least two days before Diwali to get the glow right. Opt for DIY face masks and cleanser.


#2 Buy the clothes that suits you!
Don't go follow trends blindly, if something doesn't suits you, stop and try something different. This Diwali instead of following trends create your own outfits and styles that you feel comfortable and enjoy wearing. Go for colours that looks  good on your skin tone, and material that blends as a second skin.

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#3 Experiment with the Sarees!
If you are planning to wear a saree, then don't just drape it in a basic way. Instead opt for newer drapes, that adds on the modern touch. Try wearing your sarees over a skirt, or a jacket. For more saree inspiration check Weddingbytes modern ways to drape a saree here.

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#4 Fall in love with Indo-western!
You have all the reason to wear an Indo-western outfit this Diwali, first is that it looks chic, they are comfortable and you can style it the way you want. Style a crop top with dhoti pants or skirt. You can even opt for kurta with skirts.

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#5 Go for traditional accessories!
Another way to steal the show this Diwali is by adding the retro feel to your entire look, don't shy away from wearing pretty jhumkas and accessorizing your entire look. Play around with choker neckpieces and you can even wear a kamarbandh with it.

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#6 Get your makeup right!
If your Diwali Pooja is a closed ghar-ka-function, then don't wear a heavy makeup, just go for bold kohl filled eyes, and a dark lipper. However, if you are going to host a party after the Pooja, then put on a BB Cream and blush-on. If your outfit is subtle then go for bold lips.

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#7 Hairstyles!
Go for a fuss-free hairstyle, don't get too many pins added in your hairstyle that becomes difficult to remove. Rather go for easy to style and carry hairstyle. You can even create your own DIY hairstyles for this day.
    
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