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Looking your best is the only option a girl has during the season of festivities. To stand out this festive season try a hand-woven sari like chanderi or opt for a beautiful chikankari kurta with jeans to keep your fashion game on point this Diwali, says an expert.

Here are some tips from the experts of LimeRoad style council that will give you a sassy makeover.

Be beautiful in a sari
Ditch your old chiffons and georgettes and lay your hands-on hand woven maheshwaris, pochampally and chanderi silks in vibrant colours. Team it with a contrast blouse to look stylish.

Indo-Western
If you want to try something unique and different this Diwali, you can try Indo-Western. Saree with an Off-shoulder blouse or you can also go for a structured kurta or a traditional choli with cigarette pants, dhoti pants or palazzo pants.

Bring back your wedding finery
Create looks that are unique yet pocket friendly. That wedding lehenga that you toiled over is probably gathering dust in an old trunk. Club a choli from your wedding ensemble with a long ethnic skirt in one colour and a simple stole and bring out the stylist in you. Throw a pair of chunky earrings to complete the look.

Do the unexpected
While Diwali is all about looking colourful and bright, there are many who believe in looking subtle. And subtle, mind you is not always boring. Pair your jeans with a short chikankari kurta in pink, green or blue and give out chic vibes this festive season. Add a vibrant piece of silk stole to elevate your look and club a huge pair of silver earrings for a fashionable look.

Old is gold
Fish out your old sari from your cupboard. Drape it into a dhoti, club your favourite noodle strap top. Team it with big bangles and accessorize with heavy neck pieces and look stunning.