I believe that many of us look forward to dressing up throughout the holiday season. The cuisine, of course, and that. And when you stop to think about it, Bollywood movies offer the ideal clothing ideas for these situations!
To help you create some outstanding looks this year, we’ve put up a list of Bollywood characters who are wearing gorgeous ethnic attire. Here’s some of them that I have mentioned below :
From the movie Jug Jug Jeeyo – Naina Khanna
Sincerely, I enjoyed Naina Khanna’s (Kiara Advani) costumes throughout the movie. However, the beauty of this specific white lehenga sari made it impossible to ignore.
From the movie Brahmastra – Isha
Okay, so perhaps the movie’s dialogues were a touch dubious. However, Isha (Alia Bhatt) was too stunning in her red saree for words. I think it’s a great look for the pujo season.
From the movie Dostana – Neha Melwani
This saree was probably every Desi girl’s fantasy saree at one point. Sure, it could be a bit too glossy for a Diwali party, but you might present it to your masterji and ask to have a few things changed.
From the movie Ramleela – Leela
I always get enthusiastic about lehengas on a dandiya night. So when we talk about the auspicious occasion, how could we forget Leela’s (Deepika Padukone) stunning three-toned lehenga from Lahu Muh Lag Gaya?
From the movie human – Dr. Saira Sabharwal
There were several wonderful clothing ideas throughout the entire web series. One of them was the saree that Kirti Kulhari’s character, Dr. Saira Sabharwal, wore in the episode. Particularly in the first few episodes, this exquisite purple one combined with a lovely brocade blouse. Moreover, how tasteful is the jewellery she wore with it?
From the movie Jab We Met – Geet Dhillon
Geet Dhillon (Kareena Kapoor), a timeless classic, worn a lot of fantastic ensembles, in my opinion. But the outfit-party was all about that pink suit!
From the movie Aashiqui 2 – Arohi Keshav Sirke
I was most anticipating the song and beautiful turquoise and gold saree that Arohi (Shraddha Kapoor) wore when Aashiqui 2 came out. How lovely is this colour combination, really?
From the movie Veer Zaara – Zaara Haayat Khan
Although officially a Lohri attire, Zaara (Preity Zinta) wore a gorgeous pink and orange ensemble. But the jewellery and colour scheme are perfect together. We can easily locate a lovely AF suit that is identical to this.
From the movie Piku – Piku
You might add this statement ensemble of a brick-red saree, gold earrings, and dark, kohl-eyed makeup to your ideal ethnic-wear Pinterest board. Am I correct? Or am I mistaken?
From the movie Shershaah – Dimple Cheema
I was instantly smitten by the costume that Dimple Cheema (Kiara Advani) was wearing, which was white and baby pink. And if I had to choose between this kind of simple, breezy outfit and a really glam one to attend a festival with my family, I would choose the former every time!
The finest part of the holiday season, in my opinion, is dressing up, whether it be in something glam or something a bit more casual.