If there is someone who radiates royalty, it’s Aditi Rao Hydari and we think it’s safe to call her a patronage of silver jewellery. We go back and take a look all the times she made a statement wearing ethnic outfits. The last 365 days of what she wore, we raid her and her stylists’ Instagram and pick out some arresting looks that you can adopt this festive Season.
1. Mango Crush
We love this bright pop of yellow. This is one of the looks Aditi Rao Hydari donned last year for the festivities and we are still going head over heels over this look. Steal some style cues and opt for a long, flowy asymmetrical dress or kurta with some striking silver streaks in the form of antique accessories could get people crushing over your appearance.
2. Pristine Whites
What better than an all-white ensemble to speak of purity and subtlety through your clothes?
3. Bohemian Feels
Feeling like a boho desi girl this festive season? Why not get experimental! Throw on a kurta dress over a pair of well fitted denims for a fun filled evening with family and friends.
4. Pompom Your Way
This head to toe attire shows a cool way to play with multiple colors. The light base of the outfit accentuates the prints and pop jewellery. The pompoms carry the quirk and the stones embedded on the silver choker maintain synergy. Effortlessly easy breezy!
5. Say Sunshine
If you can’t get yourself to ditch that classic floor length Anarkali this year as well, then believe us when we say you don’t have to. Let a bright colored contrasting dupatta be the hero and flow over a solid colored outfit. Add to your look a dash of jewellery and you are ready to celebrate!
6. Pretty in Pastel
Breaking away from regular silhouettes, something like this can be a refreshing change. The bottom part of the outfit gives a modern twist to the age old dhoti while the sheer sequinned dupatta adds the right amount of bling to this otherwise understated attire.
7. Lime & Green
How can one go wrong with a handwoven saree like this? It’s simple yet glamorous and will surely make you look breathtaking. This festive season, wear a saree!
8. Festive Fusion
Blur the lines between traditional and western with an amalgamation of a crop top, wide legged pants, and a floor length jacket. Bring out your inner desi glam vibe with prints and jewellery that add the much needed Indian-ness to a contemporary silhouette.
9. One for the Extravagance
If the festival calls for a grand celebration then you could attend it wearing an outfit that exclaims opulence like this peplum kurta-sharara set.