With the festive season around the corner and everyone going crazy at the mad shopping scenes. We can’t help but stalk our favorite divas from the B-Town and take some inspiration. Well, yes you got that right. Fashion and beauty game should always be on point. And taking some cues from these Bollywood Queens is not a bad idea right? From contemporary to fusion and totally ethnic look, these beauties slayed them all. We must say: it’s got to an amazing show.
All dolled up this festive season is our gorgeous lady ruling the Bollywood and hearts of men since early 90’s. Ain’t she slaying like a true royalty? We are still wondering about her eternal charm hovering our hearts made of wallflowers. Let’s take note of cream and golden making a major comeback this season. Layering is the trick but you can also choose different styles to drape a basic sari. Accessorize smart and don’t forget to pull your hair back in an elegant updo: chignon or side low bun.
For the non-conformist ladies, this style should suit you just well. A floor length gown with shades of monochrome and cinch with a belt to accentuate that slim waist. Go neutral with beauty palette and don’t forget to smile to go an extra mile.
Choosing a typical ethnic and traditional ensemble for the festive season is a great option. Pull it off with an elegant and mum’s inspired hairdo with a little twist. Braid your hair in the front and a chic neat bun at the back adorned with gajras is all you need. Pick up a sari from your mom’s closet and voila, you are alls et to ace Pari’s look.
Divya Kumar Khosla
Ain’t no one like this beauty. Divya Khosla perfectly defines the traditional beauty and carries off Masaba’s Red Lehenga Choli with panache. The colors totally add to the flavor and feel of the occasion notching up the diva look.
Poised beauty donning Sabyasachi with hair all slicked back neatly looks ravishing s ever. This black robe with golden detailing took our breath away and if you want to create a similar look, pick up a beautiful gown with intricate detailing and accessorize with a choker or polki neckpiece.
Graceful and vibrant ladies, this one if for you. If you love shimmer and all things old school, we know you are floored already. Dia Mirza chooses Anita Dongre wisely and goes minimalist while accessorizing herself. So the trick is to balance the couture and jewels for a perfect look. And it’s not that difficult to re-create, we bet.
A lady should be two things : classy and fabulous- Chanel. Shraddha Kapoor totally reminds us of this quote and you can slay this look with a pretty pastel lehenga. Add a statement neckpiece and leave yourself free for some movement or to shake a leg. Don’t forget to add some drama in your makeup and play with some colors. Because a pop of color never hurts nobody.