Ganesh Chaturthi 2018: Take Cues From Sonam Kapoor, Nora Fatehi, Kritika Kamra, Nushrat Bharucha & Shamita Shetty On How To Ace Your Ethnic Game
India’s one of the most favourite festivals, Ganesh Utsav 2018, is round the corner. And if you are confused about how to dress up for your Ganesh Chaturthi visits, here are our Bollywood ladies showing you how to up your ethnic quotient
The festive season has kick-started. Ganesh Chaturthi
2018 is almost here and we’re sure everyone is getting their wardrobe in place
for various pandal and house visits during the season. But in case, you are
still clueless as to how to dress-up this Ganpati. Here are a few
Bollywood ladies, showing you the perfect hues, textures and styles of Indian
outfits, which you can opt for this Ganesh Utsav.
Sonam Kapoor recently walked for a fashion week in Delhi. The colour of the lehenga choli she opted for was a deep Magenta or Rani Pink.
Sonam Kapoor Walks The Ramp For An Event In Delhi
Now, the diva’s look might be a little over the top for a Ganpati visit but you can surely choose the bright and attractive colour for your Indian outfit. It will definitely make heads turn.
Nora Fatehi In A Lehenga Choli
Next up is Nora Fatehi, who is seen flaunting those curves in a white shimmery lehenga choli. If you want to keep the style quotient up and sexy, then you can probably opt for the cut and the drape across the shoulder adds edginess to the look.
Kritika Kamra Poses For A Photo Shoot
If you are the more comfortable and fusion sorts, then take a cue from Kritika Kamra, who again chooses a shade in mauve, and pairs a chunky silver neck piece with her A-symmetrical dress.
Nushrat Bharucha Poses For A Photo Shoot
And look how Nushrat Bharucha is slaying it in a royal blue, floral embroidered lehenga. The embroidery and the colour stands out in Nushrat’s look and you might want to incorporate those in any of your styles.
Shamita Shetty Snapped In A Traditional Avatar
Shamita Shetty shows you how to style a simple Anarkali attractively. The actress wears a beautiful green anarkali with a hint of fuchsia. She ties her hair in a neat bun. The touch of cold-shoulder in the Indian wear is a good one.
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