With the onset of the ten day Ganpati festival we have all the reasons to play dress up.
Ten days of festivities calls for ten days of dressup. But while you set aside an ethnic closet for the festive season, don’t forget the accessories. No look is complete until you adorn the outfit with complementing add ons. Be it jewellery or footwear or your arm candies, every little detail goes a big way in putting together a wow look.
Here’s a list of all the must have accessories to wear this Ganpati.
With every city playing host to lord Ganesha, pandal hopping is an integral part of the Ganpati festival. While you are on the go visiting these beautiful pandals, comfortable chic should be your pick. Ditch the heels and move around in pretty pairs of juttis. Be it floral prints, embellished ones or pastel solid colors, juttis are trending hot.
Tabu’s ivory embellished juttis from Needle Dust spell class. We heart that touch up of golden ghungroos.
This Needle Dust mojri could be your go-to foot piece for the festivities. The neutral grey adorned with a beautiful floral ending looks pretty and feminine.
This floral number in pastel shades worn by Diana Penty from Fizzy Goblet can amp up any casual look of yours. Add more flower power to your look with a floral pair of juttis.
Belting up is this season’s trademark look. Be it your maxis or your floor lengths or your kurta sets, flaunt that waistline of yours pairing your ethnics with a belt.
Diana Penty throws a belt onto her boho chic look from Hemant and Nandita to accentuate her slim figure.
Wearing a belt on your saree is sure to grab you some stardom this Ganpati. We heart how Tillotama dresses up her six yards from Anavila Misra with a thin metallic belt.
Kriti Sanon’s Shantanu and Nikhil outfit got an instant upgrade with a belt chuckled around her waist. A must try look for the ten days of festivities.
Scarves have the capability to add all the oomph to your fusion wear closet. For the festivities we strongly recommend tasseled scarves in bright hues.
This Kriti Sanon look styled up with a tasseled scarf by stylist Sukriti Grover is sure to inspire you to don one.
Dia Mirza’s maxi look from label Ritu Kumar got additional brownie points courtesy a printed scarf.
In place of wearing a whole lot of jewellery, for Ganpati we did suggest you wear statement pieces. Be it a whole lot of choker bling or a statement finger ring or pretty jhumkas, wear minimal attention seekers to put together an appropriate festive look. Overdoing with jewellery is strictly forbidden.
Long silver boho neck pieces are all you need to add all the bling to your monotone festive numbers. We like the way Raveena added more stars to her olive silhouette with this Sangeeta Boochra neckpiece.
Jhumkas are like forever love. Adorn your floor lengths and light lehenga sets with long statement jhumkas. A heavy long pair like Esha’s Amrapali pair is worthy of appreciation.
Midi Rings are trending hot. We love how Disha Patni wore the midi rings from the house of Outhouse jewellery.
Rihanna’s Amrapali knuckle ring is everything you need to set the festive mood just right. Wear one and you are sorted.
Be it the traditional floral gajras or contemporary hair accessories; adorn your tresses with beautiful pieces to add more drama to your Ganpati specials.
Take a cue from this piece from Misho Designs, actress Rakul Preet wore to accentuate her saree look.
If you are planning to wear your tresses in plaids then a floral arrangement like Esha Gupta is sure to elevate your fashionista image.
A traditional gajra is always a hit. Wear it like Rasika Duggal.
So go on ladies and put together an impressive Ganpati special look. Bling it on!
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