Diwali is right here. And if there is one thing that is synonymous with Diwali in the millennial age, it is nailing the Diwali look - cuz we may hate crackers, but our Instagram stories need to be da bomb!

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Well, if you're looking for fashion inspiration - the kind that will require minimal effort but give maximum results - then check out these absolutely stunning Indo-Western Diwali looks. 

1. Combine the traditional saree with a belt, a top, or both, to revamp your look. You can also drape it differently and stand out for your on-point style. 

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#10yearsofrawmango in @vogueindia Image (1): “I like pairing pieces to create a look that is expressive and authentic. Sanjay’s pieces are versatile, seasonless and crafted with utmost care. They are distinct and strong. He has found the perfect balance.” Artist @diabhupal in ‘Beam’ grey jacket, ‘Aglow’ grey shirt & ‘Stellar’ grey skirt from ‘Midnight’ collection. Image (2): “I’m pretty minimal in terms of aesthetic, and for the longest time I couldn’t get into ‘Indian wear’ because it was too busy and bling. I love the subtlety, the quiet statement it makes, and most of all, the amount of thought and research Sanjay puts in.” - Illustrator @pi_alize in ‘Sarika’ Kurta & ‘Badra’ pant. Photographed by: @ankitaachandra Styled by: @aradhanabaruah @priyankaparkash #rawmango #sanjaygarg #vogue #india

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2. Go for the effortlessly cool look that never goes out of style.

Today, in @kalloldatta

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3. Let the cold shoulders warm up your fashion quotient this Diwali.

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💥🔥 @athiyashetty in @manishmalhotra05

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4. Who says dresses can only be worn one way? 

5. Dhotis and pants are the way to go when you're done with churidars and patialas!

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6. You can also jump on the jumpsuit bandwagon! 

7. Long or short -  jacket is the jack of all fashion outfits!

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8. Crop top with lehenga is the style to try this Diwali.

9. Western tops with Indian lehengas is the classic Indo-Western look, especially if you add knotted tops in the mix!

I always turn to my mom's wardrobe whenever I don't have anything to wear (which btw is all the time) and its always so much fun styling those outfits. This time I picked up a lehenga skirt from her wardrobe, added a belt to make it fit and concealed it with my oversized t-shirt and there you have an easy comfortable look for summer! Also paired it with her silver jewelery 😀 . @amazonfashionin has come up with a mother's day store if you want to gift your mom something pretty and then borrow it later! It has some really cool stuff so do check it out and let me know if you also borrow your mom's stuff 😉 . #IGotItFromMyMomma #MomsDayWithAmazonFashion #MothersDayWithAmazonIN #MomKnowsBest #AmazonBeauty #LoveAllTheMomThingsYouDo @KamaAyurveda. And stay tuned for a fun contest! . . 📷 @_yg_photography

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This Diwali, let your OOTD light up your Instagram feed brighter than those diyas