Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri, Diwali, and the three-month long wedding season - ‘tis the season for dressing your festive best! While we’re all for recycling outfits, we wouldn’t recommend wearing your trusty suit set or lehenga over and over again, even if it highlights your best features. This year, we say that you ring in your favourite festivals with some seriously stylish upgrades. Which means, stocking up on all the right style staples. Don’t have them yet? Grab your wallet and get shopping from our top picks:

The Dhoti Saree

Every girl needs a saree in her wardrobe. It’s super chic and can be worn in a myriad of different drapes. But if you’re tired of the regular nine yards, try a dhoti saree like this one. It looks so elegant and is amazingly easy to wear and carry off.

The Maxi Skirt

Lehengas are stunning, but they tire you out. Instead, we prefer going with breezy maxi skirts with delicate prints such as this one, for this very reason. Pair it with a shirt and some jhumkas, and you’ve got yourself a little fusion outfit.

The Shrug

If you thought that the shrug is best for western outfits, think again. It’s a great option for your festive outfits and is extremely classy when paired with a pair of palazzos and heels. This one even comes with a matching top and palazzos!

The Lehenga Choli Set

We know we said that lehengas are tiresome, but they don’t always have to be heavy. We love how lightweight and dainty this lehenga and choli set is. It doesn’t come with a dupatta, so it’s convenient, and perfect for a daytime event!

The A-line Kurti

You can’t go wrong with an A-line kurti such as this one. Not only can you pair it with a churidar or palazzo pants, but you can also wear it on its own as a dress. With this one, you’ll be turning heads for sure!

The Draped Salwar

Yes, churidars and palazzo pants are all the rage right now, but never underestimate how stylish a draped salwar like this one is. Invest in a white one which will go with any kurta in your wardrobe. Shop more here.