Get inspired by these B-town beauties for In-house Diwali celebrations
As ethnic wear is one thing we all prefer and love wearing, here are some Bollywood actresses who have aced the traditional look!
The festival of lights has arrived and all we can think of is loads of sweets, meeting family and friends, and getting ready to celebrate Diwali. As ethnic wear is one thing we all prefer and love wearing, here are some Bollywood actresses who have aced the traditional look! let's take a look at some of the trendy ensemble opted by our favourite stars.
Shine on like Mrunal Thakur as she looks every bit classy in a Punit Balana creation. A rapture rose skirt-lehenga with all-over printed motifs paired with an embroidered cropped shirt is perfect for an inhouse Diwali celebration- free flow with just the right amount of bling and comfortable to move around.
If you’re looking to spend the upcoming festivities at home and contemporary is your style then this look is perfect for you. Dia Mirza looks stunning in an ensemble from Ritu Kumar, the co-ord set features a crop-top with bell-sleeves and a maxi skirt with an angular hemline. She accessorised her look with a chunky, silver choker and silver earrings from Tribe By Amrapali. The addition of silver jewellery is what makes the look bohemian in its essence.
Aamna posted some pictures a few days back in which she can be seen donning a beautiful lehenga designed by Gopi Vaid. The bright red colour of the lehenga, the eye-catching neckpiece and the blouse work adds up to make a beautiful in house Diwali outfit that anyone can carry off with ease.
When in doubt, ditch traditional sarees and opt for Kiara Advani's sartorial choices which are an inspiration for many. The actress is seen looking ravishing in this Arpita Mehta berry blurred polka print hand-embroidered gharara, blouse and blurred stripe dupatta with cowrie shell detailing which might just be the perfect festive pick for in house Diwali this year.
If you love pastels and want to go light this Diwali, then take some tips from actress Rochelle Rao who is seen wearing an ethereal dusky blue raw silk Lehenga, choli and soft net dupatta by designer label ANJ. The hand-embroidered gold Sadi work done in patterns is inspired by the intricate motifs done on blue pottery. This is a modern take on an age-old craft.
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