Who doesn’t want a perfect Diwali especially when it comes to your Diwali outfit? Today’s blog is all about the fashion inspiration you need this festive season. Pull off your festive outfit like a pro without making too much of efforts. Scroll down my blog and have a look at the mesmerizing and perfectly donned looks of Bollywood divas.
DEEPIKA PADUKONE- Do not leave that lavish silk saree in your wardrobe. Take it out and put it to some good use taking cue from the B’town queen, Deepika Padukone. Add some antique gold jewellery and increase the desi factor to your Diwali look.
HANSIKA MOTWANI- Turn the heads in an authentic banarasi silk dupatta. Adding a heavy dupatta to your plain kurta or suit can do wonders in your look.
ILEANA D’CRUZ- Do not forget to pair your outfit well with accessories. You can take help inspiration from the gorgeous Ileana and transform your boring looks in to an extremely magnificent look. Right accessories and sexy choli is all you need!
MADHURI DIXIT NENE- Floral hair accessories are big this year – New York Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2019 shows were testimony. Surprisingly, fresh flowers have always been a big part of Indian culture. You must have definitely seen your mom or your grand mom adorn their hair with roses or jasmine during special occasions. If this festive season you are looking for easy hairstyle ideas, don't forget to wear contrasting flowers on your hair like Madhuri Dixit Nene.
MALAIKA ARORA KHAN- Have you ever thought of turning an old outfit into something stunning? If no, then get up and choose any of your old outfit from your wardrobe and turn it into a classy one. Drape a classy old saree and pair it with a black cropped top like Malaika Arora Khan. You can also wear it as separates like Gauahar Khan.
SHILPA SHETTY- Are you thinking of wearing a lehenga this Diwali? Well well, you can always ass twist to your outfit. Team up your wedding lehenga with a shirt and add a heavy choker and studs as your accessories.
HUMA QURESHI- Last but not the least, opt for a fusion of western and traditional separates taking inspiration from Huma Qureshi's elegant separates.