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Look Trendy This Puja

Festivals have always been the time when you can be the style diva by dressing in the best of your attire. Durga puja is the main festival of west Bengal and has been associated with several rituals and tradition. Fashion in Durga Puja is all about ethnic wears and western outfits. So lets take a look-
DreSSing StYle For WomEn – Western outfits with vibrant color are the best fashion for teenage girls. Including, if you want to style modern then there is low waist torned jeans, crop top, patterned jeans ,cold shoulder tops, shrugs in crochet and much more. Regarding ethnic wears the trends of designer sarees that evoke traditional look have been dominating the market. Women who want to experiment their looks in salwar can opt for designer salwar kameeze or anarkali that have been in vogue. Several variations in sarees and salwar are there which will give you a contemporary look.

Dressing Style for Men - For boys, both full and half sleeve is suited for the current fashion trend. However, you don’t need to wear a simple shirt instead of that you can wear shirts with multiple pockets, tie print, some patch work as well as stipes and checks and much more. Fashion in Durga Puja for men has found its new meaning with different neckline and collar cuts in kurtas along with some indo Western waist coats. Dhoti kurta is the attire for Durga Puja which gives you a classy look. Looking trendy yet traditional with men ethnic wear will set the fashion note for you this puja.

Afghan Jewellery - as we are done talking about outfits, it is time to talk abou the most trending jewellery of this year. They can be matched with sarees, kurtas and also separates. Have you not go some of them yet?
GO get them FAST! 

By: Aritro Ghosh


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