Style like Bollywood at Diwali


And our favorite festival is here, with all the glittering lights, decorations and sounds of firecrackers.

If there is a great time to flaunt your style statement, it is now. This is the time when the store windows get festive upgrade for all the continuous festivities of our nation. And we cannot help but flow in the flood of festivities and fun. Now the question is, are you ready for Diwali?

With Diwali so near, one of the best things about these festivals is to dress up. Fashion has forever been synonymous with Bollywood. We, the common and freaky fans of Bollywood celebs, are smitten by the bug of their fashion. So during festivities as well, we try to follow our favorite celebrities copying their style.
Go through to take a look at how you can dress like your favorite celeb from movies during festivities.

Sonam Kapoor of Aisha

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Sonam Kapoor, can we forget her or her style statements? Remember the golden colour saree of her, the maang tikka and the dangling earring. For a house party it is the perfect attire. Glamorous but sweet one! You can easily copy this style for yourself.

Rani Mukherjee in K3G

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Who will not include a Karan Johar’s film and the glamour of the celebs in their list to follow? Remember the title song where all are singing and dancing and waiting for their “ankhon ka taara” Rahul. If you remember the song, Rani wore lehenga maang tikka and choker necklace and other accessories.

3 divas of Mohabbatein

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If you want to look mod and trendy, go for the lehenga and accessories like the three YRF divas had worn in the song “Pairon me bandhan hain” reuniting with their heroes. Check out their look and you can make a fusion with that look or copy the entire look for your Diwali celebrations.

Bollywood has been successful in capturing the essence of Diwali truly. You can find it in the ambiance as well as the idea of fashion to follow. And it is not the case just for Diwali, but for each festival celebrated in our nation.

Enjoy the festivities with your dear one and do not forget to comment in the box below. And of course stay stylish!!!

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