Ayushmann Khurrana’s stylist Isha Bhansali is going to help us out with the festive accessorising for the season. When it comes to Diwali outfits, it’s usually about ethnic wear but what we fail to do is accessorising, the key role that builds up a look.

Accessories play a major role in defining any look. Be it casuals, formals or ethnic wear, it should be considered equally important. Yes, these little things matter the most as it changes your entire style game. All you need to know is how to pair the right accessory with the right outfit without overdoing it.

When you say festive accessories, one thing clearly pops in our minds, the traditional jewels. But its 2020 and you can definitely combine modern accessories with a traditional kurta, making it a contemporary look.

Let’s see how to accessorise for the festive occasion.


Talking about chains, Bhansali says, ” You only need to adopt a simple string and not go all out. Take inspiration from Harry Styles and our maharajas, wear a chain with your sherwani for a royal look.



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“Even though they’re a big Streetwear symbol, you can wear them over your casual kurtas, with sleeves rolled up and sneakers,” explains Bhansali.


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She thinks that chunky rings make the best accessory. Wear simple bands but multiple ones as they’ll go with any outfit.



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She adds, “Chunky bracelets for casual outfits and Kadas for formal ones.”


Bhansali says, “Sunglass chains are much needed, it’s a stylish way to support your shades especially for those outdoor functions.”

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