Diwali Style Inspo From Bollywood

Diwali is just around the corner and so don’t be a fashion victim when everyone around you is going the extra mile to look good. If you are still confused about what to wear, here are some last minute ideas you can borrow from your favourite celebrities to add extra sparkle to your celebrations! Stand out tall and smart with these amazing options.

Go Traditional

If it is Diwali, it has to be traditional seems to be the mantra for all. Deck up in a paithani or a Banarasi sari in the evening to make the festival extra special. And if you think saris are too old fashioned, why not go for an opulent lehenga with a choli? We loved Kriti Sanon’s recent outing in an emerald green lehenga with a jooda updo embellished with a gajra.

Jewelry style – Complement your bright lehenga with statement gold jhumkis and chunky rings.

Look the part

Rock the traditional look with this jhumka style Darbari earrings.


If traditional isn’t what you love, go fusion. Fusion wear is clearly the hot favourite with our Bollywood actresses.  Maxi skirt with cold-shoulder top is just the right way to zing up the Indo-Western look. Take style cues from Shraddha Kapoor who loves to deck up in heavy lehenga skirts with lighter tops. You can also throw a full-sleeved cropped jacket top over a lehenga in bright colours.

Jewelry style: Pair your Indo-western outfit with maang tikas and bold and thicker bangles. If you are going for a sassy crop choli, wear a statement neckpiece.

Look the part

Add drama to your fusion wear with this colourful passa rimmed with pearl beads.


You are a non-conformist by heart if you love the boho look. Try wearing your crop choli with palazzos or throw an ethnic jacket over a voluminous skirt for that desi-meet-boho look. Take style tips from Taapsee Pannu who wore a kurta with contrasting pants and a vibrant shrug. To add the bling to her attire she accessorised with layered neckpieces. Parineeti Chopra too turned up in a ruffled floral dress with a long jacket giving us boho chic goals.

Jewelry Style: Our desi wear is never complete with blingy baubles. Add a heavy duty neckpiece for that look-at-me accessory. Else flaunt traditional chandbalis with ruffled dress for people to take notice.

Look the part:

Even a simplest outfit can be perked up in beautiful Darbari chandbalis.

Sari with twist

You just can’t miss the new avatars of the sari which designers are churning out. For some sari styling lessons turn to Shilpa Shetty who knows how to carry off a contemporary sari well. She recently made heads turn at a reality show in a short shibori sari teamed with a nappa leather bralette and accessorized with a waist-belt. At another event she beamed in a sunshine yellow sari paired with a shirt blouse and tribal jewelry.

Jewelry style: A sari is never complete without some statement jewelry. However too much of loud jewelry can ruin your look. Go with one statement piece – necklace or earrings.

Look the part

For a brunch or girlie night outs, wear this striking oxidized necklace. Avoid wearing any other jewelry to keep the focus on the neck piece.


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