Bollywood-Inspired Looks For Your Celebrations!

Eid-Al-Adha is the festival that honours sacrificial elements, and is considered to be supremely holy. Hence celebrating it is a joy unparalleled; but between the feast, the traditions, and the camaraderie it is important to put your most fashionable foot forward! And when in sartorial doubt, there is no better inspiration than our very own Bollywood stunners! From floral sets, to angarkha- they and in turn, we, have it all covered!

1. The Minimal Look

Handlooms, block-prints, a play on casual wear – this look is super minimal but also festive without trying too hard! Plus the dark tones give it an edge. The idea is to have a tousled hairdo, some light make-up, and the conversation centering around your comfortable and traditional get-up!

2. The Boho Chic Look

11 days to go for #STREE! Styled by @tanghavri make up @shraddha.naik hair @menonnikita

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Crop-top. Long skirt. Nose-pin. Oodles of silver jewelry. Emulating a bohemian vibe is quite easy especially during summer because our wardrobes are anyway full of flouncy skirts and cute tops! But don’t forget the kohl eyes, because they really set the tone!

3. The Dewy Look

The idea behind a dewy look is basically to pair up very light colours with elements of stark make-up, mostly a bold lip colour that could either be red or a strong pink. This outfit complements your dewy face, rather than being a separate entity in itself!

5. The Modern Look

🌼 #jummahmubarak

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It’s hard to imagine a modern look without elements of fusion in your outfit, however Modern is in the eye of the beholder. Taking a break from the traditional silhouettes, and embroideries -bits like tassels and lace with statement earrings instantly bring you from trendy to trendsetter!

6. The Blushing Look

Stand on my feet, I do 🌸

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7. The Siren Look

But don’t compromise if you want to take the style quotient up several notches, and just straight up be the talk of every town you so step in! A halter neck and a lehenga-skirt is just around the corner from the above mentioned boho look but with a little more oomph! Add a high pony-tail and some chandbalis and your look is super glam and equally appropriate!

8. The Traditional Look

However it really is transcendent to be head-to-toe traditional – from bedazzling jhumkis to shararas in beautiful jewel tones!

9. The Elegant Look

💙 #shehlachatoor

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A bardot kurta with ample fringes on your dupatta and slim pants in muted pastel shades matched with a graceful choker and a retro hairdo is a sure-shot way to be the belle of the ball!

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