15 Outfits From KALKI Fashion To Dazzle Up Your Festive Wishlist

By The Crimson Bride .

While the year 2020 might have stripped us of our joy of dolling up and stepping out almost completely but, the year isn’t over yet. And those “dress up show up” shenanigans have already started making their way back into our lives; slowly but steadily. In fact, what’s probably making everybody’s eyes sparkle and hearts flutter with immense happiness and hope in the upcoming festive season.

Yes, the time when we all celebrate in style is just at the horizon and we bet, you’re equally excited to make this dull year a bit brighter and merrier. Even though the celebrations are going to be intimate & homely, we know they’re going to be high on style because who doesn’t like slipping in voguish outfits, right?! And the one brand that leaves everybody spoilt for choices with truckloads of outfit options is KALKI Fashion.

Ranging from classic and timeless pieces to super contemporary and modish designs, KALKI Fashion has an entire array of uniqueness that’s going to make you go all head over heels. And especially, with their festive collection. So whether you’re looking for your Rakshabandhan outfit, ensembles for EID celebrations, or bookmarking your pre-diwali and Diwali wardrobe, this brand has got it all covered.

For that matter, to give you a little sneak peek into their stylish festive wear, we fished out some of the most gorgeous designs that struck a chord with our hearts and curated this lookbook for you.
So get scrolling, save your favorites, and spread that happy festive cheer frolicking about in tasteful outfits!

The rani pink flamboyance

With a gorgeous dash of zari, sequins, and kundan work, this vivacious front slit Anarkali-lehenga ensemble is a perfect pick for all those newlyweds out there. Since, all the upcoming festivities would be your “firsts” in your marital bliss, it is only fitting for you to dress up! Whether you go light on your jewellery or extra, this outfit’s appeal would look stunning either ways.


Of hearty florals

If sorbet hues tug at your heart then this beige green saree replete with colorful floral embroideries should be your go-to. Being a Georgette piece, this outfit makes up for a super comfortable and breezy one while the intricate florals lend it a super refreshing charm that’s just unmissable. This piece is apt for all your day-time festivities and would make you stand out.


About earthy hues

We’re absolutely rooting for this golden ochre beauty, to be honest. While salwar kameez have been a wardrobe staple for quite a while now, palazzo suits have majorly marked the women fashion scenes evidently. And such pretty pieces are a sure shot charmer. Laden with dainty resham bootis all over and minimal sequin embroideries, this outfit can be donned for both daytime and evening ceremonies.


When pristine meets festive

This breathtaking cream colored Anarkali in chanderi silk has our heart and for reasons more than one. Be it the graceful hue of this outfit, its intricate mirror work, the frill detailing on the sleeves or the dupatta marked with thread tassels, every single element of this piece makes it worth adding to your festive wardrobe!


Go sharara

Shararas and ghararas have been a big hit for quite some time now be it for wedding ceremonies or festivals. So of course, a striking sharara set such as this raw silk piece in Pigeon blue had to make it to this lookbook. What makes this stand out apart from its color is the stylish kurti design with a pleated hem!


A subtle saree

A great choice for a daytime affair, this lemon yellow Georgette saree boasting of elegant cut dana and stone work is what you need. It’s an amazing blend of subdued and fancy making it the perfect option for any festival you want to. Go minimal on the jewellery if you want to keep your look subtle or go heavy with those earrings to pull off an OTT look.


A refreshing treat

Stitched in a super summery sky blue hue, this palazzo set with a peplum kurti design makes up for a super chic ensemble that you must bookmark right now! With a plain palazzo and a simplistic fringed tulle dupatta, we love how the kurta laden with resham and sequins in a chevron pattern steals the show!


That vivid contrast

Fashioned in a brocade patola design, this navy blue Anarkali set paired up with a contrasting dupatta is one fiery outfit oozing with an opulent charm. Be it for the fabric, the design, or the colors, the richness of this ensemble is worth slipping into for making a voguish statement that gets all those heads turning.


Pep up your style

Festivals are all about making merry, happiness that knows no bounds, and a heart warming zest. And this equally vibrant Anarkali will set that exact same tone. Crafted in the shades of yellow and burnt orange, this dual-toned Anarkali laden with Lucknowi thread work & zari embroidery is literally royalty in its own! The finesse of the work is worth gushing over.


Timelessness of black

Black is an evermore color and Indian outfits in this hue always make up for a stellar piece. For instance, have a look at this gorgeous black palazzo suit! Weaved in a straight cut silhouette in silk and teamed up with an equally beauteous dupatta, this black beauty must make it to your festive closet. Period.


The Leheriya essence

This amber yellow tiered sharara set paired up with a peppy fuchsia Leheriya dupatta is yet another statement outfit that can make you shine like a diva that you are. While the exquisite kurti design is heavily laden with tiny flower cut sequins with detailed embroideries on the sleeves, the dupatta makes it all pop with its hue and the gota lace outlining it. This outfit is all you need to complement the vibrancy & happy cheer of the festivity!


Chic with an edge

For all the millennials out there who want to wear the uniqueness of an Indo-western ensemble for that much awaited celebration, this offbeat yet classy outfit should be your go-to. This pretty yellow dhoti and high-low kurta set done in bold prints and minimal embroidery on the placket will surely make you stand out. Also, it would be a great pick for a super close-knit family affair wherein you won’t feel OTT and yet look dolled up!


Ombre for the win

This Ombre floor-length Anarkali drenched in the exquisiteness of distinctive pinks is yet another piece that a newlywed bride can choose. With Lucknowi thread and sequin work done in varied patterns such as bootis, scallops, and Moroccan details, this piece is what you should opt for if you plan to go all out there with your look. In fact, this would strikingly double up as the perfect piece that you can wear to the next intimate wedding you’d be attending!


Banarasi is forever

This quaint yet plush Banarasi saree in Georgette, highlighted with a colorful sequin & thread embroidered border is simply to die for! And well, this saree can be styled in different ways which will lend you a look that’s unique every time. You can opt for open hair & minimal jewellery for a girly look, go with a neat bun to look like a true royalty or wear a tousled bun / braid for a rather chic look and this piece is bound to make you look breathtaking and nothing less.


The effervescence of pastels

No matter what the festival is, you can never go wrong with an offbeat pastel-hued outfit that’s replete with the prettiest of embroideries. In fact, an outfit such as this Anarkali, the subtleness of which is further amped up with the zardosi and resham work done in contrasting pastel shades.


Authored by Divya Arora

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