Diwali is a festival and an occasion to dress up in modern and ethnic clothes. Check out for Diwali apparel present ideas.

Diwali Apparel Gifts

Diwali falls on the day of ‘Amavasyaa’, when there is darkness around. People decorate their homes with diyas, candles, and colorful decorative lightings. They spread light in every corner of the premises indicating victory of good over evil. Diwali is also a festival of wearing new and traditional clothes that are brightly colored and are extravagant. It is a time to dress in luxury as the apparel that you choose reflects the themes of light and brightness.
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During this time of festivity, there is a natural inclination for bright colored, ethnic, and traditional clothes. Women have a preference for silk sarees, embroidered salwar kameez, lehngas, gagra, sarara and chudidars. Men can choose to wear designer kurtas, sherwanis, dhotis, and chudidaars. Their clothes give them a traditional look. However, there are some youngsters who like to wear cool and trendy clothes like Jeans, Designer Tee Shirts, and Cargo Pants. Children are also dressed in brightly colored fine clothes and dresses. One should be careful in wearing synthetic clothes, as it is also a festival of crackers and lamps. Enjoy Diwali by wearing your best clothes. Here are few ideas about the same.

Apparel Gift Ideas For Diwali

Women’s Clothing
You can present your loved ones by sending them nice pieces of apparel like sarees, lehanga cholis, or salwars for mothers, sisters, and daughters. All Indian women choose and love to wear new sarees on any festival for instance Diwali. This is possibly the most well known of all the Indian festivals. Indian ladies, wear exclusive new sarees that are embroidered with gold on this day to worship Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. The Sari is ethnic Indian attire that symbolizes the essence of purity and represents the rich tradition of India. The traditional look of any garment will never change whatever the fashion is. Like the paithani from Maharashtra, chanderi and maheshwari from Madhya Pradesh, benarasi silk from Banaras, silk ikat sari from Gujarat Jamdani Sarees, and the Tanchois sarees of the east. The Kanjeevaram saris, Konrad, or temple sarees of South India, Kota silk saree of Rajasthan and many others, the list is endless. Another beautiful option is traditional Lehenga – Choli, gagras, and lanchas with beautiful heavy sequin work and lovely color combinations. Some of popular ethnic Indian costumes are the long jaipuri skirts, embroidered skirts, banjara skirts, gypsy skirts and the printed crinkled skirt coupled with ethnic tops. These are popular among the younger generation. The salwars and chudidars in various designs and varieties is another wonderful option.

Men’s Clothing
You can dress your brothers, sons, fathers, and husbands in delight by sending them nice Tee shirts, shirts or kurta pyjamas or even dhotis to give a traditional look. Another conventional style of clothing is gifting wonderful hand woven warm vests and jackets, embroidered hand block print Kurtas , Casual and Cool kalamkaari print kurtas made using vegetable dyes. These can be worn with jeans, trousers, pajamas, or churidars. One of the oldest styles of Indian men`s wear is the dhoti. There are more than 60 different ways of wearing it. Dhoti-kurta is worn on special occasions like Diwali and has no age bar as such. In most parts of India, it has the status of formal wear. One can also gift designer kurtas and sherwanis, which can be worn with chudidaars.

Clothing For Kids
For girls, it’s time to dress up like dolls. There is a variety of clothing available during Diwali season with large discounts. Frocks, lehanga-cholis, midis, salwars, capris, denim clothes, and so many other types in vibrant colors and wonderful designs to choose from. For boys tee shirts, jackets, kurta-pajamas, denim clothes, little sherwani’s, innovative dhotis, and trousers and shirts are a few options.

Diwali comes in winter and it’s a great idea to gift shawls as they not only look ethnic but are also useful among the older members of the family. You can also use it as fashion statement. Pure Pashmina, a cashmere silk shawl, artistic Designer Jamawar, or one of the beautiful embroidered and beaded evening wraps are absolutely perfect for this joyous occasion.