In 2020, even the festive season is going to look entirely different. With more house parties, adhering to the COVID-19 restrictions, we’re going have a drastically different Diwali experience this year. For house parties, it’s important that you put your best foot forward this time. After staying in for months in the end, it’s only fair to look your best for the biggest festival of the year.
While choosing what to wear, it’s also important to accessorise in a way that helps enhance your look. Here are some exciting accessories to choose from:
1. Cuff Links
Instead of regular buttons, use cuff links to finish your outfi in case you’re opting for a formal look. Cuff-links have a way of instantly lifting the presence of your outfit. Since it’s festivity time, you can go all out in choosing an unconventional design that excites you.
While you can’t wear a tainted pair of sunglasses at night, a transparent pair can really go well with ethnic outfits. A black-rimmed transparent pair can really add character to your outfit and help put your personality out there. We suggest:
3. A Handy Lighter
While we do not recommend smoking, but if you’re someone who takes a drag once in a while, an ornamental lighter goes a long way especially at a house party where it’s bound to be passed around. We suggest one that impresses everyone at the party instantly.
4. Lapel Pins
A lapel pin is another accessory that can take your outfit game up a notch. In fact, there’s no need to choose a traditional one this year. There is a wide range of lapel pins to choose from that can resonate with you and reflect your personality. In fact, if you choose one wisely, it may even become a point of conversation at the house party and for good reason.
5. Quirky Socks
Gone are the days when people would stick to solids like blue, black, or brown for the socks that would wear. Vibrant and colourful socks instantly brighten up a monotone outfit and in a good way. In fact, you can even choose prints with pop culture references to your favourite tv shows and films.
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