Diwali is just around the corner and you girls probably getting confused about what to wear and how to wear. But my dear ladies, you don’t need to worry. Just take off your sarees which are kept inside your wardrobe since a long time and let start to play with them. Because, sarees are evergreen ethnic wear of women which not only make you look elegant even can game around traditional too. Well if you are a saree lover, then it would be a great thing to go ravishingly beautiful because today sarees have become one of the best ruling and experimental clothing for women. Gone are those days when sarees were only a mark of Indian traditional, now they have leveled up and recognizing as the super versatile outfit that can give you types of looks as much as possible. Besides, here we gonna talk about types of sarees that you can wear to uplift your festive look for this Diwali fest. Have a look at below to explore.

Banarasi Sarees

Banarasi saree has been the soul of Indian fashion culture and it is one of the most traditional versions of saree which define feminine class perfectly. Banarasi saree is a special artistic piece of Banaras state of India that depicts the graceful and luxurious fall of silk with golden and silver intricate zari work. It’s quite heavy in nature usually but looks awesome when one team it well with jewelleries. These sarees always have been high on trend. One can choose a banarasi saree in green hue this festive season and can team it up with glossy makeup and golden accessories for a divine look.

Half n Half Sarees
When festivity calls and trend demands, play bravo in half n half sarees. Half n half sarees always be on the top of the ladder in ethnic wear for Indian women. What’s the USP of this saree is the fusion of colours and fabrics. Half n half sarees are known for their shade combinations which look impressive to adorn yet provide you ultimate fusion hacks to apply. With diversity number of options in designs and colours, choose like the above mentioned picture in the beige and purple shades. This saree is heavy a bit but one can go for light weighted half n half saree too and finish off the look by getting a nice bun hairdo with flaunting wavy curly highlights.

Traditional Sarees
Festival means slipping into a traditional number because we Indian couldn’t get many chances to wear Indian dresses. Right? And on that note, traditional sarees are what modern women need to try next. As these sarees are designed and printed with traditional prints and Indian creativity, choose the light in weight version and flaunt it with the elan of feminine charm. The hard-to-ward off way to dress on such the occasion like Diwali is to go cheerful and elegant. A pretty grey shaded sarees worked with elephant print with matching blouse piece and quirky accessories would be your upcoming favourite look.

Cotton Sarees
Love all things about cotton? Then, you can’t miss out the chance to wear cotton saree. As cotton is considered a natural yet versatile fabric for many characteristics, sarees made of cotton are in vogue in modern trend. Many of divas and bloggers are spotted draping cotton sarees in Indo-western styles. You also can choose Indo-western look or can impress everyone with your simple yet sober look in cotton sarees.

Bandhani Sarees
Are you obsessed with prints? If you are, then move ahead towards Bandhani sarees and let the crowd make noise for your traditional beautiful look. Bandhani is a tie-dye ancient print which looks very appealing to eyes even has been ruling over other prints. Give a try to this saree with best-to-go accessories and makeup to become the talk of the town.