Diwali Lookbook Ft. Sabhyata

Diwali is my favorite festival out of all the other festivals majorly because of lights. I remember yesterday I was strolling through streets and just by seeing my city decorated with lights I felt I was a small kid who gets happy seeing lights everywhere, so basically my happiness is unexplainable. Coming back to what I am here for “Diwali Lookbook” ofcourse.

So I have curated these Six looks from one of the ethnic brands “Sabhyata Clothing” which is opened in prime mall i.e Saharaganj (Lucknow). The best part about this store is you will get all your ethnic needs under one roof, name it and it’s there. Be it pants,plazzo (Narrow and wide leg), jeggings, leggings, all sort of kurtas, tops, skirts, duppattas and even jewellery like bangles, earrings, neckpieces and also Men’s ethnic wear. I will assure you that once you go there all your needs will be well taken care off. I will be writing down address and even link you with their instagram handle.

About Sabhyata

“Sabhyata” as the name depicts is a true reflection of Indian Ethnic wear. Since its inception in 2003 the brand has been catering to women from all walks of life.With a motive to redefine ethnicity Mr. Anil and Mr. Pankaj opened up Sabhyata’s first store in Delhi at Lajpat Nagar in the year 2003.

The product line of Sabhyata includes the entire gamut of ethnic wear for women including kurtas, kurtis, patialas, churidars, salwars, dupattas and much more. Sabhyata has rediscovered the traditional salwar-kameez to an outfit which makes a women both stylist and confident. Our garments are designed with utmost care keeping the Indian Women In Mind.

Sabhyata has made its presence felt in the entire nation and at present has 40 stores all over the country. Moreover, we export our products all over the world.


Look 1

If you are someone who loves minimalism and like white more than any color than this look is perfect for you.

I have picked up white kurta and paired it with blue hakoba plazzo pant and blue duapatta. I love oxidized & silver jewellery more than anything so I have used my earpin as a nosepin and to minimize the plain look I have added silver ghungroo neckpiece.


Look 2

I have created this look for all the working women who want to standout and look different at workplace. I have opted for full black look in which I wore black kurta tucked inside black pants and high-low shrug from Sabhyata itself. I personally love every color but, black a little more. To add up little diwali sparkle I have added a pinch of gold with my cuff.DSC_1859AirBrush_20171015232858AirBrush_20171015232332DSC_1850

Look 3

We all love pink, don’t we? As soon as I have seen this beautiful crepe kurta I had this look in my mind next I searched for narrow legged plazzo pants and oxidized silver-pink bracelet from the store. This look can be worn anywhere from office to some pre-diwali parties.AirBrush_20171015232753DSC_1922DSC_1904

Look 4

I have created this look by keeping choti-diwali in my mind. Because many relatives come to my place for some pre-diwali celebrations and I want to look totally ethnic that day. So instead of wearing indo-fusion I opted for turquoise green Embroidered kurta with orange legging and Silk duppatta and also few colorful bangles & jhumki to complete the look.

Note : If you looking for different styles of dupatta from Silk to Lehariya and many more you can find it in the store itself.


Look 5

Skirts with Kurta are so in this diwali, for me skirts are new best friend. I don’t understand why its still hot here when its already October so I find skirt as a best suited option.

I have paired a maroon colored skirt with golden detailing on it . I personally liked this kurta and wanted to create a totally different look with this one. I opted for Golden metal bangles which I have picked up from store.


Look 6

This is my final look for this diwali and you can wear this simple outfit for post diwali rituals or parties. It’s very basic, yet so glam. Here I have paired navy blue kurti which has golden print on it with mustard colored skirt. I haven’t accessorized this look because I felt that skirt and kurti already have so many prints that it will take away all the attention if I do so.


So these are my Six Looks for Diwali which you can also wear for Pre and post diwali parties. Do let me know which one you liked. Also there is a giveaway contest going on HERE, where you can win goodies from Sabhyata itself. So go and take a part.

Sabhyata Instagram : HERE

Giveaway Contest : HERE

Much Love,





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