Festive Collection by Biba
I love how the month of October marks the beginning of the festive season! From Navratri pujas to Dussehra to lots of cards parties and finally Diwali, this tends to be my favourite time of the year. With so many occasions to celebrate, it’s essential to have a good collection of festive & ethnic wear ready at your disposal. While I personally like to experiment with the latest trends in Indian wear, I make sure I add some traditional elements to my attire to balance out my traditional side.
For this festive season, I decided to pick something from BIBA. I personally feel that it’s a great place to go to if you’re looking for something traditional but with a modern twist. I really like how the brand keeps up to date with the latest trends in ethnic wear and sells good quality fashionable Indian wear at reasonable prices. From everyday wear to party wear, BIBA is the gamut of all things ethnic.
For my festive look this year, I decided to go with an Off White coloured outfit. To me, shades of white seem like underrated colours when it comes to dressing up for celebratory purposes. With just a hint of gold embroidery, any white outfit can look quite festive. I paired an off white anarkali kurta and churidaar set with a short embroidered jacket, both from BIBA and to complete the look, I styled my outfit with a glittery gold potli bag from Beau Monde Bags & Accessories, embroidered gold juttis and some local jewellery that I’ve collected over the years.
I love how this look is extremely comfortable and perfectly festive for any cards parties, pujas that I need to attend this season. It’s a beautiful and classy outfit that allows me to enjoy myself while being hassle-free, especially when I know I’ll be partying late into the night!
My suggestion? Head over to your nearest BIBA store or even visit their website to check out their extensive collection for yourself. Mix and match pieces of clothing to your desire and I’m sure you will end up with several beautiful options to sport this festive season!
Juttis from Janpath Market, Delhi
Borla, Earrings and Ring purchased locally from street vendors over the years