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Diwali 2019: Festive outfits we would love to have from Divyanka Tripathi aka Ishita Bhalla's wardrobe

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17th October, 2019 15:54 IST

Divyanka Tripathi has ruled our hearts by portraying Ishita Bhalla on the popular show Yeh Hai Mohbattein. She not only captivates us with her beautiful style, but her fashion sense is very relatable too. There was a time when Divyanka used to sport only Indian wear, but with time, Divyanka has amped her style game like no one else. And with the festive season around the corner, if not Divyanka, then who else can help us with desi outfits.

Each Indian outfit donned by Divyanka is not only replicable but is stylish, chic and comfy. The outfits can be worn on multiple occasions and can be styled easily too. Read below to find out which Indian outfits we would love to steal from Divyanka Tripathi's wardrobe. Her style sense in Indian clothes is A plus, and there are not one but multiple outfits that we would like to have from her wardrobe.

The Golden-White Kalki Sharara:

This sharara is perfect for the main day of Diwali, it's classy, embellished heavily and has all the glitz and glam you need for your Diwali outfit. The cut and the length of the kurta is asymmetrical and goes well with the heavily designed sharara.

Blue Aayushi Maniar Indo-Western Gown:


If you don't want to go all traditional and want to mix your desi and western looks, then this one is perfect for you. The flowy gown has a perfect traditional length, and the work on the outfit is floral and modern. Pair it will danglers to give it a desi vibe and you are good to go.

Floral Manish Reshamwala lehenga saree:


The best thing about this lehenga saree is that it has a perfect blend of colours. It's not too heavy and not too light. Just perfect for Dhanteras, Diwali or Bhai Dooj. You don't even need to do many efforts with your makeup since the lehenga saree speaks for itself.

Red printed Gharara:


The best thing about this outfit is that it's simple yet classy. The colour red makes it stylish, and the human print on the gharara acts like a cherry on the cake. It can not only be worn for festivals but can also be worn for a wedding or other family functions.

Red and blue Anarkali:


The colour scheme, the golden work on the outfit is stunning, and it's a perfect combination of a ghagra and Anarkali. It's easy to carry and definitely, a must-have for this Diwali.

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