by Aarti Kapur Singh
This Gurpurab, look gorgeous. Get inspired by our outfit ideas and celebrate the festival in style!
Even a few days before Gurpurab, the atmosphere is devotional and blissful everywhere. Gurpurab is about becoming one with the God that is inside of you. Celebrate the uniqueness in you with your own distinct style of dressing up. Take inspiration from the beauty in the world and share love.
2. Add Phulkari: Manish Malhotra celebrated this traditional embroidery from Punjab in a whole collection inspired by Phulkari. Sonam Kapoor loves it too. Phulkari adds not only colour but a nice ethnic tadka to your look. Whether as suits, sarees, shawl or dupatta, a phulkari will surely make you stand out.
Add a ‘belonging to God’ feeling in your attire by opting for headgear – pagris, or patkas that look very classy. You could even go the fusion way by pairing a heavy lehnga with a plain white mandarin collar shirt and a contrasting dupatta.
Velvet is a great fabric for winters. It looks royal and keeps you cozy. You can make your salwar kameez look modern by opting for different cuts and silhouettes. Anarkalis are still in vogue – adapt them to have churidaar sleeves to make them look better for winter. A heavy jacket in brocade will lift your lehnga as well as salwar kameez from drab to fab.