It is still a bit chilly but festivals do call for a bit fashion extravaganza, do not let the cold take away the fashion diva in you. This Lohri, wear traditional or try chic, take out those colourful Anarkalis or straight-fit Kurtas from the summer heap and don them with aplomb. Designers across the country list down the ways to look your best ‘Panjaban’ self this Lohri. Take a look: 1. Patiala Suit: Never goes out of style! Those pleated falls and narrow hem wali salwar in the bold and bright colours light up your Lohri like nothing else. Pair it with Zardozi kaam wali knee length kurti and a Punjabi Jutti, and you’re good to go and rock the day. [caption id="attachment_27450" align="alignnone" width="696"] image courtesy: andaaz fashion[/caption] 2. Anarkali: The flared kurta is a popular choice amongst the fashionistas these days. Ethnicity with ease, a fantastic combination when you’re the perfect host and a home-maker. Pick bright hues, team them up with traditional jhumkas or this season’s trendy chaandbaalis and you will be an epitome of warmth and grace. [caption id="attachment_27451" align="alignnone" width="696"] Image courtesy: india rush[/caption] 3. Long Kurta with Straight pants: If modern and chic are more your style, pick out a long, ankle length kurta with straight-fit pants. Just to give twist to your Lohri style sheet, select a georgette or silk long-shirt with dazzling but subtle embellishments and patterned pants in colours that light up your festive mood. [caption id="attachment_27452" align="alignnone" width="696"] image courtesy: peachmode[/caption] 4. Flared kurtas: From last season to this one, they are a sure shot hit. Gold and antique embroidery on flowing flare-y kurtas teamed up with sharara-style salwars are your pick if you love drama and style with tradition. [caption id="attachment_27453" align="alignnone" width="183"] image courtesy: anju modi[/caption] 5. Jacket-style kurtas: Wanna be stylish but do not want to compromise with your health? Try this elegant and stylish trend in fabrics like velvet and silk and you are good to heat up the Lohri celebrations. [caption id="attachment_27456" align="alignnone" width="696"] image courtesy: aainagirl[/caption] Do not forget the accessories- jhumkas, chandbaalis, juttis, and the paranda. Up your style quotient and make the style statement! Happy Lohri readers!