Karwa Chauth 2018: Katrina Kaif, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Ameesha Patel Or Bhumi Pednekar- Whose Style Mantra Will You Follow?

Festivities are all around as Karwa Chauth 2018 is round the corner. We bring to you a list of B-Town divas- some give us inspiration while some give us an idea of what not to wear on the special occasion

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Karwa Chauth 2018: Katrina Kaif, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Ameesha Patel Or Bhumi Pednekar- Whose Style Mantra Will You Follow?

Karwa Chauth is all about fasting, rituals, mehendi and a lot of celebrations with your loved ones. When the occasion is special, your style game has to be up to the mark. Here are some Bollywood actresses who have worn ethnic clothes in the recent past. While a few of them really aced the game, others failed to nail it.Also Read: Karwa Chauth Songs: 5 Best Romantic Hindi Songs To Celebrate The Festival .

If you are a saree person, then Benarsi silk in a bright colour with contrasting blouse is the way to go. However, if you want to take a cue, avoid the one Katrina Kaif donned recently at a Durga Puja. She wore a pink benarsi silk saree with a white blouse. Kajol and Fatima Sana Shaikh set a better example in that look.


KATRINA KAIF- DO NOT FOLLOW

 
KAJOL- FOLLOW


FATIMA SANA SHAIKH- FOLLOW

If Anarkali is your idea of donning an ethnic look, then Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s beige net outfit should be avoided. Too dull and lots of fabric play. Instead, look at Bhumi’s vibrant anarkali with zari and mirror work.

AISHWARYA RAI BACHCHAN- DO NOT FOLLOW


BHUMI PEDNEKAR- FOLLOW


 A bright lehenga choli for the newlyweds is an excellent option. It’s your first Karwa Chauth and you would want to dress like a bride. Yellow is the colour of the season and Sanya Malhotra’s look is something what I recommend.

SANYA MALHOTRA- FOLLOW


 
AMEESHA PATEL- FOLLOW

Although many like to avoid light colours, especially white, but if you’re a fan of the same, then Ameesha shows you how to look elegant in the colour. You can probably add a dash of colour by pairing colourful mojris, bangles and jewellery with it.

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