This Ganesh Chaturti is finally over. As we all prayed for the blessings of lord Ganesh, Bollywood did the same. But, needless to say, they did it in a more fancy way. The stars were dressed well and looked their absolute best. Each one was stunning and created a new fashion wave inspiring many festive looks. Let us look into some of these festive outfits that you can take inspiration from, the next time you are getting ready for a wedding or festivals.
So, here are some outfit ideas for upcoming festivals!
1. Paint It Red
We saw many ravishing actresses like Katrina Kaif and Ileana in red hot dresses. At any festival, red is considered the most auspicious colour to wear. It is also very bold, easily visible and looks good on any skin tone. Thus, we suggest you choose the colour when you are buying your festive outfit. Red lehenga, anarkali or a salwar suit will look gorgeous with some gold accessories.
We saw most of the Bollywood beauties celebrating the festival in beautiful sharara suits. Shararas go well with short embellished kurtis as well as long sheer anarkalis. Drape a dupatta and wear embellished juttis to look drop dead gorgeous in the desi way. For this traditional outfit, you will need some antique stone jewellery and a potli to round up the look.
Anarkali suits are comfortable to wear and look pretty too. They are the ideal outfits for any festive occasion. This particular outfit doesn’t demand any complicated hairstyle. Free wavy hair, minimal makeup and large jhumkas are all you need for this look. If you are in a hurry, this look is perfect for you.
Usually, yellow is not the colour that we prefer when we are getting ready for a festival. We feel that yellow is too bright. But, the Kapoor sisters proved us wrong. Yellow salwars, anarkalis and lehengas with golden work on them will look absolutely stunning when worn especially at festivals. If you feel the yellow is too bright, you can use a pink dupatta for contrast just like Kareena has done here. Keep the accessories minimal, probably large jhumkas and that’s it.
For all those who still believe that festivals are the time to bring out your sarees, you are absolutely right. Bring out your silk drapes or any glittery saree that you cannot wear on daily basis. Antique jewellery, festive makeup and you are good to go. This is an ideal look for traditional festivals.
For the younger lot, festival is all about flowing lehengas. For festivals and poojas, you must opt for shimmering and shiny lehengas with golden or silver sequins all over. They will look special and ethnic too. Keep the jewels minimal, diamonds or stone earrings will do. Shimmery makeup should complete your look.