Outfits like lehengas, anarkalis, shararas and suits will always rule the conversations around wedding and festive wardrobe, but this season, it's the ghararas that have been given the proverbial gold star by the tinsel town ladies. Don't believe us? Scroll on and check out how b-town celebs are going gaga over this trend.
Sara Ali Khan
Sara Ali Khan looked every bit of diva in this Sukriti and Akrita number. For her movie promotion, she wore a neon green gharara that had intricate embroidery in the shades of red, blue and vibrant orange. She teamed up her ensemble with a matching kurta and dupatta. With soft waves and minimal makeup, Sara Ali Khan rounded off her look with neon bangles and juttis. If you're planning to wear a neon or popping girl, then you know what you should do!
This list is incomplete without fashionista, Alia Bhatt. The Highway actress shows us how to pull off velvet gharara with poise and elegance and we're taking notes. Alia wore a ruby silk mashru kurta embroidered with tilla work, paired with a velvet gharara and a hand-embroidered organza dupatta. If you too want to look like Alia, pick out an outfit in the same colour from head to toe. Complete the look with a dupatta and statement earrings and you're all set to make those head turn!
When it comes to style and fashion, Deepika Padukone knows the right way and time and again the diva has proved the same with her outings. Mrs. Singh looked ethereal in a stunning gold and green gharara, looking nothing less than royalty in it. Her chandbalis earrings and flawless makeup with her hair tied up in a pony, completed her look. This look is apt for you if you want to create a statement but don't want to get overboard.
Want to look your glamorous best and ensure all eyes are on you? Let Mouni Roy be your inspiration. Pair a solid colour kurta with mirror work gharara pants and pair it with a sheer mirror-work dupatta for the most regal look. Keep your tresses open and opt for smokey eyes to complete the look. For accessories, you can opt for silver jhumkas and chunky kada, like Mouni.
Madhuri Dixit may not have made her comeback on the silver screen but she is still a fashionista. For an event, Madhuri took all of us by a storm with her yellow sharara which had golden embroidery all over it. She left her hair loose and makeup minimal with this look and let her outfit do all the talking.
For yet, another grand and sophisticated look, take inspiration from Taapsee Pannu and pick out a white colour cotton number with loads of gold embroidery. Pair it with large statement earrings and a matching dupatta. With your hair tied back into a messy ponytail, kohl-rimmed eyes, tinted lips and you are good to go!
Which look are you going to recreate? Do tell us and stay tuned to HerZindagi for more such articles.