Get ready for a Festive Brunch without spending an extra penny!?

Kicking off the festive season on The Style Chair with a very chic yet festive look. Just like we like it on TSC ❤

How many of you hate the OTT Indian looks and hate looking like just one among the crowd at a wedding? This post is just for you then. A look put together to make you stand out from the rest without looking jazzed up like a Christmas tree.

The festive season is about dinners and card parties and let’s just say another excuse to celebrate and be around our loved ones.

So keeping this in mind we decided to put together a look that speaks style and makes a statement, yet looks festive enough for the season.

And you know the BEST part? I literally bought nothing new to put together this look. Not like we aren’t spending enough money buying gifts and new clothes for ourselves or shoes, makeup & even home decor. Now we additionally have to spend on clothes to wear for festive brunches & parties.

So, that’s the beauty of this whole look and that’s what real style is about! Putting together a look and mixing-matching what we already have in our wardrobe.

So let’s put together this Festive Party Look:

White shirt: throw on any white shirt from your closet. Whether it’s a bell sleeve or a rolled up sleeve or even a Chinese collar. Infact I have so many white shirts but I decided to wear a white shirt dress here mainly because of its flared sleeve.

Styling Tip: wear your dresses under a skirt to give it a different look and also makes it more wearable.

A Regal Necklace: whether a choker or temple jewellery or even long beads with a brooch in a Victorian setting. It’s the Jewellery that can make or break this look. Make sure to go all out Indian with the jewellery to give the look it’s festive feels.

Fancy Midi Skirt: The latest trend for the season is pleated skirts and I took mine to a festive new level by wearing a metallic midi skirt. The silver and the bronze is what really gave the look the dressy and festive touch. Any bright coloured or metallic midi skirt would work best paired with a white shirt.

Festive Day Makeup: Festive Makeup means one thing and only one thing- Bling! Whether a glitter eye makeup or just a glitter liner, TSC definitely thinks glitter and shimmer is a must for a festive look. If you are opting for an Indian touch to the look then a winged eyeliner is a definite requisite.

Since we are talking about a brunch look I would suggest not going to heavy with the makeup. So, if you plan to have glitter eyes then go more subtle on the lips.

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Dress worn as Shirt & Heels- Koovs

Skirt- Zara

Necklace and Earrings- Beauty Palace, Jaipur

Clutch- Forever New

Photography Courtesy– Sushmitha Tadakamadla (Follow her amazing work on Instagram @sushmithatadakamadla

Hair by Ayushi Bansal (@ayushibansall_hairdresser)

Location Courtesy– Marriott Suites, Pune (FYI they have some fabulous Diwali Staycation Offers and you must check it out if you want to just relax this Diwali).
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