On the cusp of winter when the night breeze carries a chill, and the skies grow darker; the nation comes alive with the festival of lights. With stars that descend into the nooks of the city streets and the diyas at every door. In a week-long celebration that lights up the skies and our eyes. Diwali is a festival best enjoyed with the ones you love. Besides the food and fireworks, dressing up is a big part of the celebrations. So, for all you style savants, we have a specially curated collection of designer sarees, Anarkalis, lehengas, sherwanis, and kurtas for the festive season on Aza Fashions. Here are our 5 Diwali couple outfit ideas and styling tips for you and your significant other.
Turn up at your upcoming Diwali parties in these matching mauve looks. Designer brand Gulabo Jaipur takes inspiration from the majestic state of Rajasthan for their classic creations in Indian ethnic wear. The delicate floral print and floral motif dupatta make this Anarkali perfect for the festive season. This designer Anarkali pant set finds its other half in Jatin Malik's designer kurta set which is paired with a silk jacket. In a similar elderberry shade, the floral embroidery on the jacket beautifully ties in with the flowers on the dupatta. This perfect Diwali couple outfit, that is sure to set off fireworks.
For the duo that wants to exude quiet elegance, this is just the pairing for you: Payal Singhal's floral printed designer saree alongside Project Bandi’s kurta set with a cream bundi. The warm autumn colour story and motifs run seamlessly from one garment to the other. Thus, giving us a cohesive story of this contemporary iteration of Mughal floral work. Both designers strive to echo the essence of Indian heritage and craftsmanship in their creations while translating it into modern-day designer wear.
Not enthusiastic about matching looks? Playing off one another’s colour palettes is a smart and easy move. It’s a fairly simple tactic to implement even with your existing wardrobe and helps keep away from those jarring colour combinations. This contemporary tribal print saree from Masaba and yellow Lucknowi kurta and salwar set from Soniya G truly complete each other. The yellow accent from the hummingbird print is amplified in the kurta. Pairing intricate designs with simpler solids is an easy fix to avoid stressing over clashing prints. Accessorize this saree with Masaba’s iconic palm motif or cow head jewellery pieces for a vintage chic look.
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For the couple that loves to finish each other’s sentences; these blue looks from Pink Peacock Couture and Hilo Design are made for you. Let your eyes follow the conversation between the pair. Flowers that creep up from the blue satin embroidered bundi jacket to the crop top and down the lehenga in a rephrasing of the same floral embroidery work. In an entrancing, soft, and ethereal powder blue; these two creations are right out of a fairy tale. Finish off the designer jacket and kurta set with some umber loafers or mules. As for the lehenga, adding a pair of beaded statement earrings is the way to go.
Last but not the least, pastel pink perfection for the power couples. Pink is undeniably the colour of the decade. Pastel pink as proven itself to be a timeless classic. This printed chiffon dress from Paulmi and Harsh in a dusty rose marries in with the pink silk bandhgala from Philocaly. The square neckline on the Anarkali calls for some ornate festive jewellery. Elevate the men’s look and style with accents of brown for a polished finish.
Which of these Diwali couple outfits would you pick for you and your better half? Leave us a comment below!