With the ongoing Ganpati festival, Bollywood stars have seldom been seen in stunning ethnic wear. From Shilpa to Mrunal, Shamita and Mouni Roy, these divas were seen wearing some pin worthy outfits. Let’s have a look at festive wear ensembles worn by our favourite b-town celebs.
Festive wear inspired by Bollywood celebs
Shilpa Shetty in a multi coloured drape saree
Shilpa Shetty Kundra wore a pre-draped leheriya saree in hues of pink, green, grey, aubergine and ochre, with an olive green palla. The saree was paired with a heavy marodi work blouse and a hand-embroidered belt.This saree is from Punit Balana’s recently launched Sanganer collection.
Mouni Roy’s Floral pink lehenga for is perfect for the festive seaosn
Mouni Roy in a pastel pink floral print lehenga ha our heart. The umbrella cut skirt has hand painted floral details. The monochrome outfit is ideal for a daytime look or can be your Diwali ensemble.
Shamita in a Gopi Vaid Sharara
A pastel printed sharara with gota work and odhni with scallop borders, is a must have in your ethnic wear wardrobe. Pair this with some nice jhumkis and you can rock any Diwali party. The halter neck style sharara is by Gopi Vaid.
Mrunal Thakur in a cape an pants by Varun Bahl
Who doesn’t like a silhouette that makes you look elegant and chique. A raw silk floor length cape would add definition to your body and make you look fab. Pair it with a skirt and crop top and stilettos for a classy look.
White is for festive wear!
Dhoti pants are still in trend and what better than an ivory short kurti and dhoti set. Style it with some juttis and chaandbalis and you can rock any festive occasion.
Here are some ethnic wear looks that we spotted on tinsel town ladies, do let us know the one’s that you liked.
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