The festival of lights - Diwali is here! An occasion best known for its scintillation and vibrancy. It is indeed unquestionably a much-loved fest among all ages, breaking through the boundaries of cultures, religions, and nationalities.
While cleaning up and decorating your houses is a festive ritual, Diwali is also the official time to refresh your wardrobe. Dressing up in the choicest Indian ethnic saree collection is what we all love, for this is the occasion that celebrates Indian culture in all its glory. With socializing at its peak, these are also the days meant for turning up in your best collection of silk sarees and all versions of wardrobe extravagance. So to oomph up the Diwali vibe, we have bought you a curated range of bandhani's and kanjivaram silk sarees that would light up your Diwali season vibe!
(Draping Auspicious Red Bandhani Silk Saree In Style)
The first official day of the Diwali festival is also famously known as Dhanvantri Triodas, which is considered to be extremely auspicious, DhanTeras is the day to shop, buy and rejoice! Dedicated to the Lord Dhanvantari (the Goddess of Wealth) – this sacred day or Shubh Muhurat is an excellent time to shop for your wedding or festive celebration For those who would love to experiment with not-so-minimal design in festive apparel, adorn this stunning Bright red bandhani silk saree designed with lovely geometric floral pattern all over the body and ace your festive look by matching with a golden jhumka and a bun to stun everyone at the festive gathering!
(Vibrant Hues of Bandhani Love)
The second day of Diwali has exceptionally divine significance. It’s the day to worship Goddess Kali – the destroyer of evil while following rituals like Havana. And for the ones who aren’t praying, this day is just the time to take a break before stepping into the big Diwali day. To be a part of the Diwali celebration, adorned with gorgeous bandhani silk handloom saree curated with lovely Bandhani dots and floral motifs,
teamed with contrast red and zari weaved border and pallu. To complete the look, pair it with a few gold bangles and a red hibiscus flower, as it is said to be the favorite of goddess kali.
(Complete the look with sparkling tissue kanjivaram saree)
As the brightest festival of the year- it’s officially the occasion to shine. For a day that’s busy to the brim, there are simply lots of things to do. Decorations, celebrations, worship rituals, dressing up, and meeting loved ones, you may just run out of time. But that’s no excuse to let go of this lovely chance to flaunt your style. Like the lights brighten up the whole house, wear and flaunt this Light gold tissue kanjivaram silk saree with floral pattern all over, designed with contrast blue and gleaming gold zari has woven border and pallu. Keep your saree intact by pairing it with a 3/4th sleeve designer contrast blouse, Kamar bandh, golden jhumkas, and bangles to be your stylish best.
(Bring Out Your Feminine Side)
4th Day: Well, this day has mixed connotations all over India. While in some parts, this is officially the New Year (as per the Hindu calendar), in other places, this is just a day to enjoy the festive bonhomie. Depending upon what you are planning to do on this auspicious day that marks the daylight of goodness – you can plan your wardrobe. You can do away with all the overdose of festive glimmer and take a breather with relaxed wardrobe choices. Bought to you, this vibrant orange tissue kanjivaram silk saree with a floral pattern across the saree is ornamented with contrast red and gleaming gold zari woven border and pallu. Team up this saree with a full-sleeve blouse and a pearl choker that would look sophisticated and seems magical to flaunt.
(Be elegant and playful in this kanjivaram)
Last but not the least, we have something special for all out there. This is the day bestowed to brother and sister’s eternal love. A day dedicated to all the sisters who take their brother’s blessings and serve him his favorite food or thali mixed up with her unchanged love. As this is the day when you can look the way you exactly want to, adorn this medallion yellow korvai Kanjivaram silk handloom saree is crafted with self-tonal zig-zag stripes, where it is accentuated with contrast vermilion border and pallu ornamented with gold zari woven with mangai (mango) motifs. Pair it with a gold necklace and bangles to oomph up the whole look!
We at Singhanias are showcasing the 5 styling tips on 5 days of auspicious days of diwali. Singhanias remarks that a dream is to do what they love most and create what a woman likes to wear. This diwali season, we welcome you to walk in directly to get the touch and feel of the richness of these alluring bandhani and kanjivaram silk sarees yourself and buy the perfect saree that adds charm to your look!