Glam-up, your Diwali, look by pairing Ethnic wear with Sneakers

Diwali is one of the most celebrated festivals in the country. Favourite of many for reasons galore- be it decorating the house or styling yourself in ethnic attire, the aura this festival brings is incomparable.

So, whether you are heading for a Diwali get-together or just enjoying some family time, become the head-turner by flaunting your traditional outfit with not standard but innovative styling tips. Curious?

Ladies, this Diwali, if you want to #BeYouTryNew, it's time to do the unconventional and team-up your Indian wear with Sneakers. The shoes from the house of Neeman's are already the talk-of-the-town for being stylish, comfy and, more notably, sustainable. Keep reading as we tell you how exactly what to do-

  • The Dhoti Affair

Go experimental and unorthodox by pairing your Wool Joggers with a short Kurti with dhoti and a mandarin collar jacket. This will add an extra oomph in uplifting your look, and trust us, get you those added compliments.

  •  Ethnic Jumpsuit

To get into the Indo-Western mode, we say don a jumpsuit and wear them with the Cotton Classics Sneakers. This look will make you the centre of attention by adding zing to the Diwali look.

  • Skirt and Cropped top

ReLive Knits sneakers are shoes that shout comfort and style. So, if that's your fashion mantra, too, then team them with the effortlessly classy ethnic and western skirt and cropped top outfit. This perfect unison look will certainly invite some awed compliments.

Check out some of these styles at @thatbohogirl

Also, shoot a video and tag @neemansofficial and @thatbohogirl share on Instagram Reels by 3 Nov '21 and get a chance to win hampers worth over INR 10,000. Use #ChangeTheNorm and #BeYouTryNew in your caption.

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