01/10Here's how you can add that glam quotient to your festive looks!

Here's how you can add that glam quotient to your festive looks!

A sexy back: Nothing spells chic quite like a sexy back. So, ditch the plain, basic and boring blouses and opt for one with a sexy back. You could try different styles like a cross bodied back, a mesh back, a sheer one or even a bare back look.


02/10Add glitter

Add glitter

We all know metallic colours can help make everything a lot more glam, instantly! And we all know that metallics have been in trend for quite some time. So, if you're looking to take your festive attire to the next level, try and add some glitter to it using some metallic tones.


03/10Fabric matters

Fabric matters

Trust us when we say, the kind of fabric you choose matters a lot. Make sure you don't end up choosing something that makes you look bulkier than you are. Fabrics like cotton silk, tussar silk, etc help give you a bulkier appearance whereas free-flowing, lightweight fabrics like crepes, nylons, chiffons and neoprene can help make you look slimmer. So, choose wisely.


04/10Jewels to the rescue

Jewels to the rescue

If you're looking to make a style statement, this would be the perfect way to do it. Avoid opting for traditional jewellery like kundans, polki and diamond pieces and opt for chic, experimental jewellery that can contrast with your clothes. For example, wear a necklace as a maangtikka and think of creative ways in which you can stand out.


05/10Put your best foot forward

Put your best foot forward

Your shoes matter, ladies! So, make sure that you opt for a sophisticated pair of desi shoes to team with your ethnic ensemble. If you want to opt for heels, wear something that's contemporary yet comfortable so that you stay comfy throughout the day. And if you're looking to opt for flats, wear interesting footwear like printed juttis or embellished kohlapuris. Trust us, they'll help you stand out from the crowd.


06/10Experiment with different styles

Experiment with different styles

Unless you try and experiment with the way you style your attires and silhouettes, you're going to look the same in everything. For example, if you like Anarkalis, wear one with extra flows and go sans pants. If you like straight kurtis, team them with dhoti pants instead of churidars, or opt for palazzos. Think of a different way to style your gorgeous saree. This way, you'll end up with newer, fresher looks.


07/10Choose the right prints

Choose the right prints

Yes, everyone is oh-so-in-love with floral prints right now but that doesn't mean you should opt for them too. Try out some newer, fresher prints. Opt for animal prints, hazy psychedelic prints, geometry, stripes and pretty much everything different you can think of. Only then will you be able to break away from clich├ęs.


08/10Choose the correct colours

Choose the correct colours

Say no to pinks and reds and opt for fresher colours like neons, yellows, fuchsias and blues. You could even try and experiment with pastels and mints and even bold colours like olives, rust and navy. Trust us, you'll grab eyeballs wherever you go.


09/10Get the right fit

Get the right fit

If you're thin and you end up wearing something super loose, you'll just look like a pillowcase and you wouldn't want that would you? The key to looking fab is to wear the right size clothes, which means they should be neither too thin nor too loose. They should be just the right fit and should accentuate your figure.


10/10Go for sheer

Go for sheer

If you're looking to make a statement, here's how you can do it. Opt for sheer clothes and watch how they instantly glam up your look. You could opt for sheer sleeves, a sheer back or even a sheer neckline with minimal embroidery. Often Indian wear is full of vibrant colours and embroideries so opting for something sheer will help you stand out in a chic and classy way.