Dress – Koasheé by Shubhitaa | Earrings- Just Jewellery | Bracelet- Cartier | Sandals – Primark
Well its been quite hectic the past month with the London Travel and also putting up all the travel posts on the blog. While almost all of my London travel content is up on the blog and on my Instagram profile I will keep on sharing some snippets of it time and again.
Wrapping up with the travel posts its time to welcome the Diwali festivities and keeping up with the tradition of an ethnic Diwali look, here is my Diwali outfit. Last year as it was my first Diwali after marriage I had opted for an opulent Anarkali dress. This time around I decided to take the minimalistic route and opted for a beautiful pink block print gown with light gota embroidery.
Every year along with the joyous celebrations Diwali reminds us of an important message, the true significance of the festival of lights. The essence of this festival lies in the message it spreads of belief, belief of triumph of good over evil. Believing in yourself and realisation of your inner light and always choosing the path of righteousness.
To all my beautiful readers, Wishing you a Happy Diwali and a Prosperous New Year. Have a safe Diwali.