The women of Bollywood have been flaunting their desi style at various press and public appearances. Of course Team MissMalini has kept a close eye and made notes to figure out a ‘must-try’ style guide just for you. This is the season of festivities, weddings and a whole lot of celebrations. So here are a few looks that we think you’d love to try!
Kajol’s Ivory Elegance
Think refined and then think pretty, that’s what Kajol did in this net with lace detailed sari in an ivory tone and it worked! Especially with her dark kohl eyes to enhance her serene look. This is a sophisticated direction that is perfect if you want to look your stately best.
Sonali Bendre’s statuesque silhouette in a Manish Malhotra anarkali
If you aren’t a fan of heavy traditional garments, then try a deep toned anarkali like Sonali Bendre with just enough embroidery to dress it up. This Manish Malhotra anarkali is subtly chic for a day function and dressy enough for you to carry from day to night. Deep toned colours like emerald green or maroon with a tastefully embroidered neckline and borders work perfectly for festive or bridal functions.
Sonam Kapoor’s pop toned take on the sari
Sonam Kapoor is a devoted fashionista and this sari from Manish Arora’s Indian line stands as proof of her fashion forward style. Taking a cue from her look, you could rock a fun take on the evergreen sari in pop tones to your best friend’s sangeet!
Mandira Bedi’s classy look with a generous touch of colour and gold
You just can’t go wrong in a pastel toned sari with a touch of gold, especially if you are Madira Bedi. This look may seem a little for subtle for some, but you can dress it up with intricate jewellery. Choose an ornate pair of earrings and borrow a few vintage rings from mom or grandma to add a touch of richness to the look.
Sonakshi’s nawabi style
This is a classic look that Sonakshi gracefully carries off. A floor length monochromatic anarkali is timeless and elegant. Because it’s black and white, you have a choice of adding a hint of colour in your make up or flaunting some minakari jewellery.
With the number festive functions and wedding dos that will follow for the next few months, you will need some fancy traditional and off-beat Indian wear. Keeping up with the stars, Team MissMalini found similar looks on Flipkart and we had to share. It’s that time of the year and you know you want to look you best! So don’t worry, we’ll be there with you through it all and bring you all the tips and tricks you’ll need to getting great style!