Rakshabandhan is just around the corner and after a difficult few months due to the pandemic, we are all excited to celebrate the festival with enthusiasm. However, the risk of virus is still not over, therefore, instead of celebrating the festival on a large scale, we should spend it with a few loved ones.
Although, we are spending it inside the safety of our homes but we all surely want to dress up. So, here are some celebrity inspired minimal ethnic looks that are perfect for celebrating Rakhi at home.
Let’s start with our all-time favourite anarkali. Alia Bhatt is wearing a simple yellow anarkali with silver bootis printed all over it. She has paired it up with a sheer white dupatta with a border and some detailing. She kept her makeup light and blow-dried her hair. She was also wearing jhumkas along with silver footwear.
You can easily recreate this look for rakhi. Just bring out your favourite anarkali and pair it up with a trendy dupatta. Keep your makeup light and style your hair in simple curls or let them be straight. Add some accessories and you are good to go.
Indo-western outfits are perfect for small festivities. Madhuri Dixit is wearing a green crop top with red threadwork and a green palazzo. She has paired it up with a plain floor length shrug. She has gone for nude makeup and blow-dried her hair. She is looking effortlessly stylish in this outfit.
You can also wear a similar outfit to celebrate rakhi at home. Just get a crop top and palazzo set and pair it up with a matching shrug and you are good to go. This will keep you comfortable as well as make you look stylish. Just remember to add your favourite accessories.
Sharara is so much in trend right now and you can get every kind of sharara, from simple to heavy. Hina Khan is wearing a simple red sharara with mirror work and looking extremely stunning. She has kept her hair natural and went for light makeup with a bold red lipstick.
You can also get a simple sharara in a bright colour for rakhi and you will surely look beautiful. Keep your hair and makeup simple and add a few accessories according to your style. Also add a dupatta for a more traditional look.
Ethnic Peplum Top
Sara Ali Khan is looking gorgeous in this yellow peplum top with colourful Guajarati work all over it. She has paired it up with ripped jeans and red juttis. She has kept her hair and makeup simple and added a pair of earrings.
This look is a bit different but you can easily pull it off for the festival. Get a bit longer peplum top with Gujarati work all over it and pair it up with jeans and your favourite juttis. For a more ethnic look, add a pair of jhumkas and you are good to go.
Anushka Sharma is wearing a simple white saree (Bollywood inspired striped sarees) with blue bootis spread all over it and a narrow blue border. She has paired it up with a simple check blouse and kolhapuri chappals. She has kept her makeup natural and tied her hair in a sleek bun. To complete the look, she wore a pair of big earrings and a small bindi.
If you want to wear a saree for this rakhi, then a simple saree like this is perfect for you. You can get a plain saree in any colour and pair it up with a printed blouse. Add a pair of kolhapuri chappals and earrings and you are good to go.