This Diwali is nothing short of a surprise to fashion lovers, especially for people who love to channel styles with the inspiration from Bollywood divas as the leading ladies showed the art of taming style within ethnic wear. Whether it’s a saree, lehenga or an anarkali suit, one will find them without being confined to their limits of style as the magic of fashion was spilled across the fabrics by designers. Love to see the styles? Enter now…..
Kareena Kapoor Khan
Kareena Kapoor Khan was seen often wearing Sabyasachi duds but the golden anarkali suit that she chosen for this year Diwali bash is unique from her previous collection and was quite strong and compelling with her giant earrings.
Alia knows how to keep spirits up even with something that’s simple and ethnic. On the holy moments of Diwali she showed comfy in style by decking up in a white hue top to which she teamed up a dazzling pink long skirt. To the end, her attire is a mix of both tradition and contemporary fashion.
Wearing a pastel pink colored Prathyusha Garimella gown along with a box clutch and simple jewellery, Neha Dhupia looked stunningly beautiful during Diwali celebrations. The flowy gown is ethereal and reminds the flair of designer Prathyusha who is known for her artistic designs.
“Grandeur in decency” is the epitome of Sonam Kapoor’s Diwali look. The ivory color white saree from the creations of Anamika Khanna and queen’s long length pearl necklace carved the beauty into a royal queen. Her look breathes well with a high bar of grace which Sonam owns it inherently.
Katrina Kaif draped a Sabyasachi gold and blue net saree that is a delight to watch on Diwali. Weighing a stunning necklace, the beauty has made justice to the sheer saree with her style and confidence.
Too smitten! I said it right off the bat ever since I watched her baby pink lehenga suit and now it’s your turn to say as pink is every girl’s frenzy favourite. To her clear bright skin tone, this SVA by Sonam and Paras Modi pale pink lehenga created wonder while her charming chain strap bag, chandbalis and manghtikka accentuated the total look.
A splash of bright golden yellow color was fallen out from Karishma Kapoor’s Diwali ensemble ‘floor length anarkali’ created by New Delhi fashion designer Rohit Bal. It is simple, elegant and goes quite well with the festive soiree.
Jacqueline Fernandes is another women on Diwali to rock pastel colors with a deep interest to make it shine equal to lights in the day. She is in Shehlaa’s long length anarkali with a matching clutch and a pair of strappy sandals.