Style like the Colors' Divas this Ganpati!

 September 18th, 2012

  • While you gear up for the festive season this year, we give you tips to dress up like your favourite Colors' bahu and surprise everyone!

  • Say bye to the Navvaris this time and Welcome Ganpati in a different avatar. Go Wakad! Add some Rajasthani touch to your wardrobe. Try the 'Anandi' look and look vivacious. 

  • Throw in some bright colours on your personality and team them with some equally bright contrasts. Like a bright blue with a bright pink. Add a dash of golden to your dupatta with beautiful kinaris to add to the mood of the occasion. 

  • Complete the look with minimal make-up. Stick to the shades of pink and peach. Bring in some bling with delicate and sleek jewellery and you are ready to welcome the Elephant God!

  • If you are planning to hold a grand pooja at home and have invited friends over to pay a visit, we suggest a little under-played look. Wear the seedha-palla Sari in Gujrati style and opt for the lighter shades of pink, orange, blue and yellow.

  • Let your hair down (literally) with curls towards the end. This will give you a chic yet easy look. Being the host you will have to do a lot of moving around, so go ligher on the jewellery and add galm to the look with the make-up that's just right!

  • Choose saris that look heavy but are lighter to carry. Go for net, chiffon and georgette with sequins or floral patches. 

  • If you are the outgoing types, don't compromise on the fun because of your attire. Be a careless beauty, wear a simple salwar kameez, let your spirit add the glow to your personality.

  • There is no way you can avoid sweat while dancing on the tunes of the famous Ganpati Dhols, so tie a neat plait instead of leaving your hair open. Pep-it-up by making a crown followed by a neat braid. Opt for waterproof make-up so that it doesn't trickle down your face, leaving you look like a ghost! 

  • Opt for the style you are most comfortable in and don't let your attire spoil the mood of the occasion. After all, Ganeshotsav is all about eleven days of non-stop fun. "Ganpati Bappa Moriya!"

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