Godwit Khadi’s Festive Style Tips

We caught up with Godwit Khadi, who shared some festive styling tips with our readers. Here are her tips that cover outfits, makeup and accessories

Godwit’s Festive Outfit Tips

Give traditional attire an edgy, western & trendy  touch

  • wear sarees with crop tops & shirts.
  • wear handloom silks embellished with hand embroideries
  • team up skirts with Banarsi dupattas
  • team up heavy lehenga skirts with off shoulder crop tops and asymmetric capes

Festive Makeup Tips

This festive season try

  • Subtle blush of rosy glow
  • metallic eyes of coppery shimmer all around upper and lower lids and lush lashes.
  • two toned lips a subtly darker colour than the top lip looks best with a stain gives a natural finish.
  • lightly highlighted skin emphasising the points of the face where the light hits which gives a natural finish.
  • smudged liner.

Festive Hair Styling Tips

This festive season try

  • Mermaid braids, sleek updos.
  • play with arranged bobby pins after you are done with the hairstyle of your choice.
  • embellished hair comb

Festive Accessories

This festive season try

  • Bling chokers with studs.
  • clutches.
  • make a statement by wearing belts over sarees.
  • make a strong statement by wearing hoops.
  • metallic chunky neckpieces.

About Godwit Khadi’s Festive Collection

A regal blend of western and fusion, this festive collection exudes a vibrant mesh of colours and festive spirits. The collection celebrates a sense of timelessness with vivid solid hues interspersed in classic ornate designs. Godwit Khadi whimsically experiments with different styles and lengths of evening gowns, bringing together a richly playful and flamboyant collection.

Smooth and mushy, with a scintillating sheen, the fabrics used in this collection are not only skin-friendly but eco-friendly too. A variety of silk, such as Pure Reeled Silk and Pure Raw Silk along with a wide variety of handpicked silks from different parts of India, such as – Mulberry, Garad, Mysore Silk, Tussar, Katiya, Matka and “Peace Silks” like Eri and Munga, are intermingled in this collection.

Natural on the spectrums of the fabrics & techniques used and eccentricity in designing, these apparels are curated to cherish unique identities, aesthetics, and sensibilities, just like the festivals in India.

For more information: Godwit Khadi’s social media handles & the website:

·  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GodwitKhadi/

·  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/godwitkhadi/

·  Website: www.godwitkhadi.com