After ten consecutive flips of the monthly calendar, we are at last inches away from easing into the festival of Diwali. What lies ahead is a joyous stretch of time characterised by all things glitter and glam.

Let me save you some time before you still can’t decide what to wear, an informative guide on putting together an immaculate outfit just perfect for the “Pataka” comments to roll in.

1. Bare those shoulders with Floral Print Long Skirt Combo

Speaking of staples, a classic lace-down crop top will perpetually be a closet must have. Putting together your favourite off-shoulder crop top with a floral print skirt can bring in that extra pop factor. Pair this ensemble with some gold toned necklace and put your hair up in a messy bun to invite some compliments.

2. Jump Into Jump-Suit

This one piece have its attractiveness because it has a golden embedded design running from the shoulders to feet and can be flattering on some body shapes. I really love jumpsuits- unless you have to go to the bathroom, where it is unfortunately necessary to remove it entirely. My jumpsuit is from Ritu Sareen, to bring some fun in the whole look I chose my nude flats from Charles & Keith, black satchel bag and paring this whole look with my Gold-Toned Circular Necklace from Pipa Bella. Last but not the least I put on some purple lipstick ton perfect of the whole outfit and finally got the, ‘women in purple’

3. Organza Crop Top – Palazzo Dynamic Duo

Custom made for the women of today, this perennial pair is sure to grab some enticed eyeballs. Couple an embellished organza crop top that accentuates your midriff with a flow palazzo for an extra dose of the trend. To seal the deal, accessorise with some beach waves while keeping the jewellery bare minimum.

4. Fall for the Saree

To magnify the drama and flair in your look, throw in a gorgeous nude printed saree. This appealing apparel has made a loud comeback. Do not forget to combine this get-up with a statement jewellery set opt for smoky eyes to bring out the diva in you.

5. The Cape Babe

A topical addition to ethnic ensembles, the sheer cape blouse with your flow palazzo, a stunning cape will leave you feeling nothing short of a super-heroine. Keep the accessories minimal and let this iconic piece occupy the centre stage in your picture-worthy Diwali look.