5 Things You Must Never Wear On Diwali

What to wear on Diwali is a question we all must be pondering upon as the festival of lights is just around the corner. However, the question is that while we want to dress up at our traditional and ethnic best, it can also bring along certain safety concerns.

Accidents on Diwali are something that we all hear about every year, and that is the reason we thought of putting together some pointers for you on things you must never wear on Diwali. These are basically things that must be careful with on this diwali. A little caution is always good and you can have a memorable Diwali with friends and family.

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1. Watch out for your dupatta

The first and foremost thing that ladies need to watch out for is the dupatta. While you can dress up in your favorite anarkali or salwar kameez, it is advisable not to wear the dupatta when you go for the fireworks celebration. Since the dupatta hangs freely on your shoulders, there is every possible chance of mishap. You can wear it at the time of religious festivities and the Puja, but make sure to do away with it once you are out for burning crackers at night. brijraj anarkali suits for id in pink color

2. Avoid Loose fitting salwar

Another thing that can be avoided is a loose fitting salwar, more specifically the Patiala ones. Since ananarkali or a kurta or a kameez is synonymous with traditional dressing, you can team it up with achuridaar or fitted leggings and avoid the salwar that can catch fire because of its loose fitting.

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Avoid patiala salwars. Wear churidaars instead

3. Sarees with long loose pallu

Talking of sarees, we can obviously not count them out when it comes to what to wear on Diwali. A saree is an epitome of class and elegance for Indian women and what better occasion to wear them than on Diwali. The only word of caution here would be to make sure the saree is tied neat and clean, and the pallu does not hang loose. You can always tuck it in and make sure you are taking care of the safety factor well. brijraj poly georgette saree

4. Improperly tied sarees

Another couple of things that you can do with sarees; firstly, tie it a little higher than you normally do so that the lower end is not exposed to any stray fire sparks that are coming out of the crackers.

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5. Avoid fabrics prone to catching fire 

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Cotton is best to wear on diwali

One more option that you could try is picking clothes made of fire-resistant materials such as jute or cotton. These fabrics are less prone to catching fire easily which implies you are safe. Chiffons and georgettes can be worn any day but don’t go for them on diwali for they catch fire very quickly. Just make sure you do not opt for these fabrics when it comes to wearing a saree on Diwali.

So whatever fabric you choose to wear on Diwali, be it a suit or a saree, avoid synthetic materials completely. They stick to the body and are highly prone to catching fire. Moreover, in the event of some mishap occurring, it is difficult to get away with synthetic fabrics as the fire spreads rapidly.

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Festival of lights is a beautiful time to get together with family and friends and revel in joy and celebration. Being safe is something that is of utmost importance. So please keep in mind the above things when you choose what to wear on Diwali. Wishing that the day is happy and safe for one and all!

Author: Brijraj

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