Are you bored of wearing your usual colours in wedding functions? If yes, its time to wear white. From Anushka Sharma to Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, every tinsel town lady has declared this versatile colour as a "party-perfect" colour. If you too want to pull off this colour, then take cues from these actresses.
Trust Anushka Sharma to shell out some major style goals with her anarkali outings and the diva won't disappoint! For an event, Anushka sported a white anarkali, featuring threadwork. Center-parted bun, smokey eye makeup, and a pretty small bindi, rounded off her look. If you want to style yourself in the most minimal way and yet, look gorgeous, then this look is just for you! Pick a simple anarkali suit and keep your makeup and jewellery minimal.
Sara Ali Khan
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How can we talk about the latest fashion trend without mentioning Sara Ali Khan's name? For Femina magazine cover shoot, Sara sported a white saree with minimal floral embroidery and a strapless blouse of the same colour. Adding a western twist to her look, Khan teamed up her saree with an oversized checkered shirt in the tones of green and brown, and a statement belt.
Tara Sutaria might be just a film old but she has always managed to impress us with her sartorial choices. The actress made our jaws drop when she stepped out in a white ruffle lehenga. Adding more glamour to her look, the actress opted for chandabaalis, loose curls, and dewy makeup. If you too want to recreate this look, pick out a white choli and team it up with an asymmetrical ruffle lehenga, like Tara did.
Sonam Kapoor Ahuja
However, if you're looking for something peppy or isn't too fond of the ethnic attire, then take cues from fashionista herself, Sonam Kapoor. Sonam wore a white silk flowy dress with a plunging neckline and added a long fitted silk white blazer. She teamed up her outfit with white flared pants and gold jewelleries by Amrapali jewellers. Completing her look with a neatly tied bun, Sonam wore gold pointed shoes and opted for kohl-rimmed eyes and a flushed pink lipstick.
Although Mouni Roy is a newbie, but she is a true fashionista. During 'Made In China' promotion, Mouni was seen sporting a beautiful floral white saree by Urvashi Sethi with a sleeveless white blouse. The saree contains hand-painted cherry red gum tree blossom flowers on it and hand-embroidered Gota work on its border. If you're someone who isn't too fond of lehengas or suits, then this look can be your best bet! Pick a floral white saree, keep your makeup subtle and hair styled in loose curls and you're good to go.
Although Hina Khan is yet to make her Bollywood debut, but she knows how to grab our attention. Recently, Hina shared a series of photos on Instagram in a white crop top and skirt which was accompanied by a net cover-up that was embellished towards the seams. She rounded off her look with a high bun, subtle makeup, and traditional jewellery. This look is apt for an evening party.
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Not only millennial actresses, but veteran actress too are going gaga over this trend. Sharmila Tagore wore a pretty saree with silver embellishments. With her staple hairstyle and minimalistic makeup, Sharmila Tagore looked ravishing and has definitely urged us to drape the white six yards more often. You can carry this look for sangeet night.
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