Know how fashion went Bollywood way this festive season

Festive fashion
(From L to R) Dia Mirza, Sonakshi Sinha and Kangana Ranaut. Photo: IANS

New Delhi: We're more than a couple of weeks into 2022, and the first festival of the year-Lohri, went by smoothly. Check out these celebrity styles for some inspiration for festive seasons:

Sara Ali Khan

Sara's classic Patiala Shalwar teamed with a short Kurta is our top choice. Dress the part by teaming it with a pair of juttis, bangles and a bright dupatta.

Sonakshi Sinha

It doesn't get better than a traditional lungi, a favourite in Punjab for celebrations. Keep winter chills at bay with a cape over your shoulders and add length by picking one solid colour.

Dia Mirza Rekhi

Dress to the occasion in the colours of festive occasions, yellow and green! Dia's saree is a great option if you're a sustainable fashion advocate who likes to keep it elegant and simple.

Festive fashion
(From L to R) Deepika Padukone, Pulkit Samrat and Alia Bhatt. Photo: IANS

Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt's traditional Banarsi silk saree, accessorized with mogras in her hair and pair of jhumkis are a great choice for Lohri in the city.

Deepika Padukone

A mustard velvet kaftan keeps you snug and warm on a cold evening and also makes for a regal and rick ensemble with just the right vibe.

Kangana Ranaut

Kangana's fashion and film choices speak for themselves. Always one to experiment with her wardrobe, her ensembles are always a hit. While this Sabyasachi ensemble hits all the marks, you can easily recreate the look with a printed suit, churidar and an organza dupatta from your own closet.

(From L to R) Sarah Ali Khan, Jahnvi Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor. Photo: IANS

Sonam Kapoor Ahuja

For a glamorous evening, take a cue from fashionista Sonam Kapoor Ahuja's closed and choose a dramatic anarkali for a party. Chikankari embroidery in colours of cream and ivory keep the look dramatic without the fuss.

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