Day 1: Are you ready to start twirling? This flowing lehenga is made for a night of dancing and hanging out. Accessorize with statement jewellery and gold-toned accessories.
Day 2: You can have the best of both worlds—tradition and contemporary—with a sculpted sari gown. Coordinate your hybrid drapes with bold jewels and towering heels for a statuesque impact.
Day 3: Red and yellow are classic colours for traditional festivities. Team up the hues with silver and pearly white accessories for an elegant look that will transition seamlessly from day to night.
Day 4: Pair the subtle shimmer of a regal blush ensemble with kundan jewellery and sparkling accessories to channel a modern day princess. All eyes at the soiree will only be on you.
Day 5: Did you think jumpsuits were only great for dates and club wear? This zardosi-embellished one-piece, and jacket, makes for a decadent but unconventional outfit. Finish with lots of bling for a festive night out.
Day 6: The closest we come to feeling like a desi Cinderella is in an anarkali. Update the voluptuous silhouette with embellished cut-out details—your ethnic #ootd can’t get any more sensual.
Day 7: Conventional colours like black and gold get an out of the box treatment with quirky prints. Must-have extras: Big jewels and comfortable mojris to dance and swing the night away.
Day 8: Monochromes aren’t just for sharp day dressing. A minimal pre-draped silhouette gets a refined twist when paired with a dark lace top. We bet the French would like this look.
Day 9: Subdued metallics and intricate surface treatments will stand out in a crowd of sequins and sparklers. Complete the look with understated accessories and, unexpected pop of colour.
Day 10: A traditional colour palette of red, gold, and white marks the final day of the grand festival. Accessorize with oversized jewels and comfortably chic wedges.l