FOR A GLAM­OROUS ‘DIVA’LI LOOK

From sheer shim­mer saris to bro­cade maxi dresses, Bol­ly­wood celebs give us ma­jor style goals for Di­wali brunches. Get in­spired!

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - LIFESTYLE - Text: Ak­shay Kaushal

GLAM GAME

If you want to raise your hot­ness quo­tient as you go out at­tend­ing Di­wali brunches, wear a sexy sari in net or ge­or­gette with an off-shoul­der blouse like ac­tor Shilpa Shetty. She is wear­ing a Fal­guni and Shane Pea­cock ensem­ble.

A VEL­VETY TOUCH

For that plush and re­gal vibe, pick a long vel­vet kurti teamed with palaz­zos like ac­tor Kan­gana Ra­naut and fin­ish off the look with a pair of jut­tis. This show stealer by Anita Don­gre is surely go­ing to be a con­ver­sa­tion starter.

HAND­LOOM MAGIC

If sim­plic­ity is what at­tracts you then opt for a hand­loom sari like ac­tor Ka­jol, and team it with a printed em­bel­lished blouse to spruce up the fes­tive look. Here, she is wear­ing a sari by de­signer Puneet Balana, and chan­de­lier ear­rings to seal the look.

BRO­CADE BLAST

A bright chan­deri or bro­cade dress is all you need to glam up your Di­wali brunch. Like ac­tor Soha Ali Khan, team a red Raw Mango dress with marsala heels and min­i­mal makeup.

BELT IT UP

Be the ray of sun­shine like ac­tor Karisma Kapoor, who is wear­ing a yel­low flo­ral sari from de­signer Sabyasachi, ac­ces­sorised with a belt. Since there is al­ready a nip in the air, wear­ing a full-sleeved blouse will not only amp up your style but also pro­tect you from the cold.

SARI STYLE

You can also go com­pletely tra­di­tional like ac­tor Nim­rat Kaur. Let the neck­piece and gajra (flower gar­land in hair) get you com­pli­ments from all cor­ners. Nim­rat is wear­ing a Raw Mango sari.

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