How to do Festive Diwali Fashion Right – Macy’s

Hi Darlings!

Diwali is almost here.
I can almost smell the faint aroma of my favorite Diwali sweets and almost imagine the rangoli designs I’m going to be drawing.

While I’m sure you’re busy pinning all the festive fashion inspirations on your Pinterest boards, I’m bringing you a spin on festive fashion like never before darlings.

When you think of festive fashion, what comes to your mind?

Or the beautiful Anarkali?
Or if you’re feeling especially queen-like then a lehenga.

All these are beautifully rooted in tradition and I love wearing them too.
But this time, I’m experimenting with fashion that’s both Western and Indian – because that’s exactly who I am.

I’m collaborating with Macy’s to bring you a little bit of the east and the west!



The inspiration behind my very first outfit for this collaboration was using current runway trends to create something unique.

Snakeskin print pants have been trending majorly since last year so I decided to style them with a black turtleneck and add a layer.


To top it off I used heavy Indianised chunky jewelry and a tiny bindi to complete the look.

This look is extremely easy to recreate darlings.

While we are all waiting to be reeled into the festive fever, I have a major surprise for you.

This Diwali, i.e. 26th October, I’m going to be at Macy’s Los Cerritos Center to celebrate in true Indian style.

Yes, you heard it right!


There is so much planned for you all and also there special gifts for those of you who visit and shop for $50 or more.
You can click here to find more details about the event.

Now for those of you darlings who are in or around L.A. please do visit and let’s celebrate Diwali together.
After all, festivals are made fun only with family, right?

Shop the look:

Kendall + Kylie Faux-Leather Skinny Pants

Graphic Open-Front Cardigan

Sanctuary Essential Turtleneck Top


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