Bringing Sexy Back in Designer Wear this Diwali with TSC & Stage3

Before I start talking festive dressing and get excited with all the Indian dressing. Here is wishing all my lovely readers a Happy Diwali to the one’s in India and outside❤️ Its the biggest festival in India and it’s one festival that really excites me for all the lights and colours. I mean don’t you get excited seeing such pretty lights around ad everything so nice and bright!?

TSC Says: Let’s burn it up with our style and let’s not burn crackers.

It’s really scary seeing the rains hitting my city at this time of the year, in fact around the globe too. So let’s make this year and the years to come clean and pollution free by not burning crackers and let’s light up some beautiful diyas.

If you’ve seen the last festive post I did, I went all out with royal colours, fancy hairdo and some amazing eye makeup. Of course all that is nice for a grand festive occasion but what about an outfit that can be worn in the day. Like On Diwali day, when you plan to go out for a festive lunch with family; you want to be dressed up yet not OTT. Or for a cards party you would want to wear something stylish, although leaving the grander outfits for the big Diwali party. So yet again Stage 3 comes to the rescue! This time I opted for an Esha Koul Outfit that was the perfect day wear colour and the best part was that it had both gold and silver work on it (so the jewellery isn’t restricted to just gold toned). Whether day or night, I wouldn’t wear an outfit that isn’t stylish. The real show stopper of the look was this outfit’s back. It made this rather plain colored outfit look all that glam❤️

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Check out Stage 3 and you can yet get yourself that Designer made Diwali outfit too❤️

ACCESSORIES: Considering it being a day look big earrings are more than enough to accessorize with open hair and the necklace can be skipped. A hand harness makes up for adornments for the fingers and wrist. Earrings were another amazing buy from Jaipur (during my recent visit, check out the Jaipur Shopping Vlog on my YouTube channel) and the hand harness is from one of my fav online brands for jewellery- Prerto.

HAIR: For a more casual and fun look Curled hair always looks ideal and they even add bounce to the hair. Simple and non-fuss!

MAKEUP: again being a day look the makeup was absolutely in tune with the same. Bright lips and a winged liner is my all time favorite for a dressy day look and you can never go wrong. The festive touch was added here with subtle gold shimmer on the lids. Like I always say, festive looks and shimmers or glitters are a must❤️

For some amazing eye makeup check out my last Grand Festive Look post!

This was my first time at Shaniwar Wada in Pune and although I did expect to see more at the fort I’m glad I atleast visited the fort that has been historically important.

This photo tour through Shaniwar Wada made me feel nothing less than the gorgeous Mastani (Deepika Padukone) from the movie Bajirao Mastani (Shaniwar Wada was one of the forts shown in the movie) all thanks to Sushmitha Tadakamadla. You should definitely go check out her Instagram to see some very creative work from her portfolio- @sushmithatadakamadla

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