If you’re looking for outfit inspiration for Diwali, and have spent hours scrolling through your favourite Bollywood actress’ Instagram account. Stop. We’ve done that for you.

We’ve put together a list of some of our favourite looks – they’re feminine, fierce, stylish and more importantly, easy to wear.

Pretty Pastels

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Instead of the usual bold hues, opt for pastel shades that can be worn during the day. Athiya Shetty pairs her pastel pink anarkali with white palazzo pants and a white dupatta. A pair of statement jhumka earrings is all you need to complete the look.

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Mix It Up

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Ethnic wear isn’t only limited to traditional salwar suits. Go ahead and play around with prints and layers. Pair a white jumpsuit or a maxi dress with an ethnic shrug and accessorise your outfit with a bold statement silver neck piece, just like Aditi Rao Hydari.

Traditional Love

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If you’ve got a last minute Diwali party to get to and have nothing to wear, go traditional like Kajal Aggarwal. Pair a crop top with one of your favourite silk sari. Accessorise you look with gold statement earrings and an elegant hairdo.

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Classic White

White ethnic outfits have been a major trend with every passing festival. Keep it simple like Bipasha Basu, with minimal accessories. It’s perfect for when you want an easy going outfit that still looks extremely stylish.

Contemporary Ethnic

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Go bold with a bright contemporary ethnic outfit like Sonakshi’s, which is perfect for that Diwali party you’re excited to get to. Complete your look with your favourite stilettos and you’ll definitely make a statement.

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