It’s that time of the year where festivities are at its peak and the wedding season commences too. While it’s super exciting to be all dressed in Indian wear and all the ethnic jewellery, we know some of you are confused as to what to wear and where to buy your outfits from. No fear TSC is here!
Diwali parties are taken quite seriously by a few and everyone is excited to host Diwali parties at home. But let’s let that voice in our head out, the one that questions how will we manage to look all pretty in new outfits when we already spent so much buying Diwali gifts!?
Simple solution- Rent an Outfit!
Having done a post already on clothing rental sites- Top Four Clothing Rental Sites in India. I needn’t go on about how amazing an idea it is to just rent an outfit. But I shall definitely be telling you about Stage 3. Stage 3 is a Delhi Based Designer wear rental site with even a store now in Delhi. From designers like Manish Arora, Sabyasachi, Anamika Khanna, Tarun Tahiliani and Ridhi Mehra, Stage 3 has a really huge variety of designer wear and not just Ethnic Outfits but even Western wear like gowns, dresses and jumpsuits.
Stage 3 also keeps adding to their stock and from their newest additions I specially loved this Blue lehenga by Inayat. There shaded effect on the brocade top looked so royal and the skirt of the lehenga was just perfect and not OTT with its works yet looked royal all thanks to the raw silk.
What amazed me was how Stage 3 managed to nicely have this huge outfit fit into a box and sent across. And quality wise I was quite satisfied because no one wants to wear an outfit that looks rather used or is in a bad state. Check out Stage 3 and you can yet get yourself that Designer made Diwali outfit❤️
Now let’s talk about the styling for this PM Look! The hair, makeup and the accessories.
Before any of you wonder, let me tell you (for all of you who don’t already know) I am a Makeup Artist and a Hairstylist and that’s how I managed to get this look at home. Do check out my Salon Instagram- @sheriessalon
HAIR: To really show the one shoulder top I was sure that an updo was necessary. For a vintage effect (also different from my side fringe) I decided to have a soft quiff style for the front and use my curls to have a textured bun. The roses were my little English addition to break the all out ethnic look. Also the usual hair accessories and head pieces have been overused by me already. Note: Be careful of every element of your look. It can take just one jhumka or a paasa to change your look from contemporary to all out ethnic.
ACCESSORIES: Ideally shoulder duster earrings would go well with a one shoulder top but I opted for a heavy neck piece considering the hair was up and the neck was totally empty. This gorgeous set was bought during my recent travels to Jaipur. Although my mother thought a green neck piece wouldn’t look good with this blue toned outfit but she was quite happy when she saw the pictures because the green actually offset all the blue from the outfit. The Blue and Green double finger ring from Pitara by PS was the perfect statement piece for my fingers so left the wrists bare (it’s a festive look guys, not a wedding look remember!)
MAKEUP: Finally I decided to go all out with my makeup and not be lazy. The eyes were kept three tone with a smokey effect. Point to be noted here is that falsies can totally transform your eye makeup. Very natural looking false eyelashes (from PAC) have been used so the effect doesn’t look artificially done. In fact I experimented a little here myself by using an eyeliner pen to do the black part of the smokey and give it that intense effect. Another ground rule is: when going heavy on the eyes keep the lips rather natural.
No justice could’ve been done to this look of it wasn’t for Sushmitha being behind the lens. She has done some really creative work and it’s definitely worth a visit on her Instagram- @sushmithatadakamadla
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