From childhood to teenage, no matter what the age is, our first inspiration to style ourselves is from film stars. We have grown up trying to look exactly same like our favorite celebrity. The charm of their dresses and outfits never fade away from our eyes.
If you are one of those who just can’t stop drooling over those heavenly outfits, here are some latest Bollywood inspired trends you can check out.
Alia’s Gangubai inspired look
For her first promotional look, Alia Bhatt wore a white-yellow Resham organza saree. She opted for minimum accessories and went for a traditional earring along with a messy bun.
Not only during promotions, in the movie too she wore a white saree, and ofcourse that set a trend in the fashion industry.
Bhumi Pednekar’s Badhaai Do inspired look
At Bhumi's recent promotional event for Badhaai Do, she was spotted in a blue corset along with ripped high-rise mom denim.
She decided to keep her promotional event comfortable yet stylish. She left her pleasingly rich look open and opted for neutral eyes along with nude makeup to praise her look.
For her other look, she opted for an ivory organza saree with embroidered motifs in red color that spelled ‘love’ in various languages. How cool is that? You can even get your own name embroidered.
Vaani’s Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui inspired look
Amazing! Right? How the rigid schedule has not stopped Vaani Kapoor from dangling and bringing her best fashion-forward.
During the promotion, she tried to mix some old-school vibe with a modern twist for serving a mesmerizing look.
She slipped into a flamingo-pink color gown with a plunging cowl neck, criss-cross ties, and embellished straps. Vaani wore the outfit with silver peep-toe heels and stud earrings.
During her promotional event, Vaani wore a mustard sequin gown along with embroidered straps.
Sara’s Atrangi Re inspired look
Sara Ali Khan opted for a light pink floor-length suit painted with white roses all over it with sequin embroidery enhancing the beauty of the suit for her promotional event. She paired it with a matching dupatta and diamond studs.
Simple but elegant. Isn’t this what we all desire while we dress up?
Another look of Sara Ali Khan features a yellow-ivory kurta set that has intricate embroidery with Gota-Patti work. Her roomy outfit ensured free movement along with a contrasting dupatta of organza which added a little drama.
Anushka Sharma’s Ae Dil hai Mushkil Inspired Look
Some styles never go out of trend. Check out some sizzling looks of Anushka Sharma in Ae dil hai mushkil promotions that are not very difficult to style.
First look is a gorgeous black gown with embroidery at the bottom. A go-to look for an evening or a cocktail party.
Polka dots have been timeless inspiration match it with any contrasting solid cloth outfit and that’s all you need to look trendy. This outfit of Anushka Sharma pairing printed black base & sky blue polka dots skirt, with the same sky blue top and an accent coming from accessories, just make a perfectly chick and trendy casual style.
Kareena Kapoor Bajrangi Bhaijaan Inspired Look
Indigo colored kurtas with floral dupattas go for any casual or semi-formal occasion and Kareena Kapoor always rock the casual Look.
You don’t also need to wear heavily embroidered outfits to look perfect. Even a plain black shirt looks just-so-gorgeous with long printed Skirts. Check out Kareena kapoor’s long Batik printed Skirt with a black shirt.
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Deepika Padukone Tamasha Inspired Look
Denim is one outfit which looks absolutely stunning with any kurta. Check out how wonderfully deepika padukone has clubbed floral crepe kurta with denim.
How adorable is Deepika Padukone looks in these black polka dots jump suit and floral Jackets.
Alia Bhatt’s Kapoor and Sons Inspired Look
Florals are forever and go with any fabrics. And Alia Bhatt looks Dazzling in a yellow and white Floral Satin Dress.
Red Shirt with a blue denim is what we have been seen since ages. But it’s just about how you carry yourself. You don’t need too many designer clothes in your closet. For a casual weekend, Just wear a red shirt with funky denim pants.
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