By Neha Gargi Last Updated:
Ladies, International Women’s Day is just around the corner and it is time to celebrate the fountain of strength called woman! Thinking about how to spend your entire day? Well, worry not because we have some amazing suggestions as well as outfits lined up for you to have a gala time this Women’s Day. So, what are you waiting for? See what all you can do on this day that celebrates you, while looking perfect for the role!
There cannot be a better way to spend Woman’s Day than having lunch with your besties. Whether you decide to go to your old hangout that holds special memories for all of you or to check out a new restaurant, make an effort to look your best. Pick this gorgeous white and lemon yellow saree from Craftsvilla.com that is perfect for an outing. Pair it with an embellished off-white blouse in three-fourth sleeves, and finish off your look with pink lips, minimal makeup and a messy braided hair.
Is your husband treating you to a romantic dinner at home or taking you out to celebrate you this Women’s Day? Now since you are the guest of honour for the night, why not dress up for the dinner date in a bright-coloured saree. Bring out the inner star in you by wearing any of these sequinned sarees from Craftsvilla.com. Choose one from the orange, red or even white and team it up with a sleeveless blouse. Go minimal on jewellery with just a set of chunky earrings. Finish off your look with a dewy makeup, bold coloured lips, and a romantic hairdo.
Even if it is a working day for you, there is no need to go to the office in your same old outfit. Pick up a dark blue chiffon full-length anarkali suit or a front-slit salwar kameez embellished with beautiful thread-work. It is perfect to celebrate your regal self while remaining very work-appropriate. Let your hair loose or tie it in a fishtail braid. Opt for light makeup and paint your lips in a lovely shade of pink or nude.
If you are one of those women who stand in the forefront when it comes to doing something for the betterment of women, you must dress with confidence and poise. A white embroidered saree is the perfect pick for hosting a fundraising event or paying a visit to a women’s shelter for a speech. The colour white represents purity and serenity, and will make you look no less than an angel.
Is your grandma fed up of seeing you in western wear all the time? Time to give her some happiness! Pick a floor-length anarkali suit and watch your dadima go bonkers over her ladli. Take her out for a walk, drive her to the park/temple, or go shopping with her and make her feel special. Do something special for this very special woman in your life on this day.
There are quite a few events on Women’s Day to felicitate women achievers. If you are going to such an event or have been nominated for your achievements, you need to look your best. Pick this absolutely gorgeous cream coloured saree with embroidery and lace work from Craftsvilla.com. Wear chunky earrings and a statement-making ring, tie your hair in a bun, and add a pop of colour to the whole outfit with a bright coloured lipstick.
Dazzle at the party in this sophisticated orange coloured full-length sleeveless gown. Orange is a colour that signifies bravery and thus a perfect complement to the undying spirit of women. Go for smoky eyes, bold lips, and style your mane in loose curls. Accessorise yourself with a chunky gold handcuff and statement making earrings in gold. Walk gracefully to the party in golden high heels.
Having a special night of dance, masti, and dinner at your home with all the women in your household? Time to rock the night in this simple and beautiful cream crop top and brown skirt! Team up your chic outfit with kohled eyes, statement earrings, golden bangles and leave your beautiful tresses open. You can even have some fun nail art sessions at the party.
You can gather up all the women in your friend circle, in your neighbourhood and in office to celebrate Women’s Day through your heritage. This peachy pink sharara with an embroidered high neck will make you stand out.
Reading is the best way to educate young minds and help facilitate imagination. Encourage the young girls in your neighbourhood to open a reading club where they can read about all the great women achievers, be it fictional or real. Host an opening night this Women’s Day. Keep things classy and understated in salwar suits.
Celebrate yourself and the women in your life this International Women’s Day (Avail minimum 50% discount on all the products at Craftsvilla only for today!) with these gorgeous choices that bring out the best in you while you stand up for all that you deserve.