If you’re more focused on achieving your #fitnessgoals than nibbling on a kaju katli this Diwali (because hey, that Bond Girl bod is almost within your grasp), don’t feel bad. We’ll help you sample some Diwali delights, without a single calorie passing through your lips. Promise!
Just try these delish styles on for size and channel your inner jalebi bai.
So, you’re fond of Kaju Katli? Well, your taste seems straight forward, but you secretly want to be noticed. How about a nice printed skirt with a border and a gold choli blouse paired with some oxidized silver jewellery?
Just like Gulab Jamun, a universal favourite, you are the life of the party. So, be an effortless diva in a pair of silk trousers and a hi-low kurti.
If you like this shy cousin of the rasgulla, your personality too, is elusive. Choose a traditional silhouette in a kalidar anarkali fabric like chanderi, especially something with chikan work or zari panelings.
Like a true ‘jalebi’, you’re hot, twisted and you know it. Accentuate your curves in a lovely georgette sari with delicate gold embroidery.
You probably are the disco ball at every party and by that we mean, the one that the party revolves around. Play the part in a sleveless a line kurta paired with beige aztec print palazzos.
The kesar peda is in a league of it’s own and so are you. Slip into a backless choli paired with a embroidered sari and be the showstopper that you are.
The motichoor laddoo is the Kim Kardashian of all sweets. Make an impression in a boxy pleated skirt and a short kurta with a hint of orange. Complete the look with silver kadhas.
Dry Fruit Barfi
This one’s for those who love making a statement. Just like the complex and multi-layered barfi, get a put together look with this maroon suit set. The asymmetric top with intricate dabka embroidery paired with the printed pant is perfect for a night out with friends.
Karanjis trigger nostalgia and are the best things with coconut in it! Take your love for vintage to the next level by opting for a woven saree with a long sleeved blouse, if you love this sweet.
The puran poli is a sweet steeped in tradition. Wear your heritage on your sleeve by choosing a vibrant lehenga choli that will match your personality.
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