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Sparkle Bright This Diwali Season


India is known as the land of festivals. People of the country come together to celebrate the spirit of every religion with great fanfare. Fashion naturally becomes a part of such traditions. Saris, shararas, ghagras choli, salwar suits, churidars, anarkali and more styles make the day (and the evening!).

Here, in Atlanta, there’s festivity in the air. It feels goods to shop at malls during fall season. The change in season also heralds new fashion lines.

Diwali is a great boon for the fashion industry. Diwali parties and pujas require a vibrant wardrobe.

Here we feature some new launches from the Raneez collection.

RED SARI in pure crepe de chine is enhanced with gota, zari, stone with four side border and gold blouse. This sari is perfect for pujas.

HOT PINK SARI. The hot pink limelight half & half sari in crepe jacquard and net is resplendent in gold and enhanced the resham, stone, zari, beads, artificial pearl, lace and patch-work border.

BROWN LEHNGA: Pitta work Georgette lehnga in brown.This ensemble is embellished with stone and golden zari in ornamental motif and the border is beautified with lace and golden zari in foliage and ornamental motif. Accompanied by a silk brocade gold choli and gold net long jacket and a chiffon dupatta in fuchsia with golden zari four-side border.

ORANGE ANARKALI LEHNGA in georgette. This ensemble in gold is embroidered with sequins, zardosi, and stone work all over. The lehnga lining is crepe. Full sleeves net kameez in red is embroidered with sequins, zardosi, stone and golden zari work on the yoke in floral and abstract motif and on the empire line and sleeves in ornamental motif. The patch-work border is embroidered with sequins, stones and zardosi work. A net dupatta in orange is part of the ensemble.

Jewelry: Diwali is the time to bring out your exquisite gold jewelry. Diwali pieces ranging from jhumkis and chandbalis to eclectic, vintage pieces like the time honored gold jadou, shine bright at parties and pujas.

Make-up: Cranberry smoky eyes. Foundation with bronzer. Red or dark lipstick. And don’t forget the bindi.

Purses: Embroidered potlis with heavy tussles.

Footwear: Wedge or platform heelS.

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