It’s the time of the year when the festive season is in full swing. This year, make your little ones the talk of the town with amazing festive outfits. Celebrate Diwali in style with our range of festive outfits for kids – both girls and boys! Choose from an array of glittery pieces that are sure to make your kids twinkle.
Check out these 5 Diwali Fashion Trends for kids currently dominating kids’ fashion around the globe.
Shararas and ghagras are the hottest trends this season. Your little one will turn heads as she dons an attractive ghagra with a matching kameez or cute shararas with a short blouse or a kurta.
“White feathers, princess crowns
Satin shoes and gorgeous gowns.”
Gowns for your little princesses never go out of style. They will never go out of trend either! With the unique Indo Western touch, your princess will surely stand out. Girls look absolutely marvelous in long gowns, especially if they are draped in net fabric. The net gives a nice effect for photos. Don’t forget to accessorize to create a look that is uniquely your own.
Be bold & cute in an ethnic suit.
Salwar suits are incredibly versatile. The Salwar Kameez is a classic look that never goes out of style, and with palazzos& pants, you can create many incredible new looks for your babies to twinkle this festive season.
Diwali is the time of the year that leads into the festive season. Give your boy a princely look this Diwali with a silk kurta set. To make this look a notch higher, you can pair it with a dhoti or pajamas and make him stand out amidst all the other kids during the Diwali festivities and share light and joy with everyone around.
Waistcoat suit for your little prince
When you’re looking for an outfit that’ll make your son stand out, nothing does it like this. No other outfit looks so good for a party as a classy waistcoat suit. Embrace the elegance of your son by dressing him in a fine, tailored formal waistcoat suit and give your son a very gentleman-like look.
Mark your calendars as the Indian festival of joy and prosperity is just around the corner. Let your kids get in the spirit of the festival with the sparkle and shine of Indian attire. It’s the best time to experiment with desi avatars for your kids.