These Bollywood Styles For Diwali Will Make You Look Like A Fashionista

9:07 am 7 Nov, 2018

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Remember the sexy back flaunting by our own desi girl Priyanka Chopra in Dostana? or the golden swimsuit? There are so many styles flaunted by our stars which are worth dying for. Celebs wear traditional attires like lehenga choli, sarees and kurtis and soon the dresses become famous. This Diwali add the glamour and glitz in the festive feels to make a lasting impression. Try these Bollywood Diwali styles and become a fashionista in no time.

Diwali celebrations start almost a week before the main day so there are numerous occasions such as card parties and pujas wherein you can style yourself with the perfect attire, makeup, and accessories.

 

 

Here are some inspiring Diwali style tips straight from our Bollywood divas:

Transparent necklines

Transparent necklines look extremely elegant. They never go out of fashion. Designed with fine lace and net, these go very well in blouses and Anarkali suits. They could be used in wedding gowns but has now become quite popular in the Indian couture.

 

The evergreen saree

Diwali means a lot of parties and you can don an adorning the evergreen cocktail saree teamed with a single knotted blouse or a halter top. This will enhance your look like anything and you can just let your hair loose for the fun. Experiment with the all-time favorite ethnic yet trendy sarees.

 

 

Brocade skirts with deep cut cholis


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Inspired by the traditional lehenga, brocade skirts are just the perfect attire for Diwali and can be teamed with a deep neck choli or a crop top. You can accessorize the attire with a heavy neck-piece. Carry off those sexy backless and deep cut blouses to look truly glamorous.

 

 

 

Shoulder duster earrings

Our Bollywood divas have carried off the shoulder dusters earrings with grace. The best part of these earrings is that these go well with Indian, western as well as fusion attire. The sight of them falling on your bare neck would definitely make a lot of heads turn.

 

Go low on makeup 

This Diwali wear minimum make up and show the natural glow. Let your skin sparkle naturally. Go for a dash of eyeliner with dollops of mascara and lip gloss in natural shades of peaches and pinks.

 

 

Try on these trendy looks and let everyone be in awe of your entrance.

 

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