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These were the Best Dressed People of 2016

December 28, 2016 14:45 IST

Presenting this year's most stylish looks ever.

As 2016 gives way to 2017, we take a look at the best Indian celeb looks of the year.

Topping the list was, of course, a Bollywood-Hollywood star, who hit a sartorial high this year with her delightful wardrobe choices.

A few elegant men made it to our list, one of them al 60 year old who experiments with his look (yup, we are keeping you guessing).

Pregnant women find a special place here -- proving that maternity fashion is mainstreaming.

Let's rewind and take a look at 2016's trending outfits.

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Priyanka Chopra Best Looks 2016

IMAGE: If there was an award for the Indian celebrity who rocked the red carpet in 2016, Priyanka Chopra would win hands down. She worked her charm not once, twice but thrice!

The actress wowed in a Zuhair Murad sheer white gown, left, at Oscars 2016. Her outfit for the Oscars was the most trending dress of 2016.

Piggy Chops chose a gorgeous red one-shoulder Jason Wu floor-length gown (centre) for the Emmy Awards

Later, for the Vanity Fair party, Priyanka stunned in a grey Jenny Packham gown. 


Photographs: Jason Merritt/Getty Images (left), Frazer Harrison/Getty Images (centre) and Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

Ranveer Singh

IMAGE:  'GQ Actor of the Year' Ranveer Singh pushed the boundaries of fashion at the GQ party! He looked dapper in a black tuxedo with an attached skirt by DSquared2. Ranveer accessorised the look with a mini boombox, which he carried around with such ease.

Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com

Anil Kapoor

IMAGE: Snappy dresser Anil Kapoor unveiled this new look on Twitter and we just could't get over it. 'Life's too short to have boring hair!' wrote the actor, who recently turned 60.
Oh boy! Look how he carried this sharp suit with authority!

Photograph: Kind courtesy Anil Kapoor/Twitter

Sonam Kapoor

IMAGE: Close on Anil Kapoor's heels was his daughter Sonam, who showed us that wearing a sari doesn't need to be a boring affair. There's good reason why she's called the Audrey Hepburn of fashion today. Sonam added a fresh take to the traditional outfit. Take the red-and-white sari for instance, which she wore to Bipasha Basu and Karan Grover's wedding.

Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar and Sonam Kapoor/Instagram (extreme right)

Arundhati Roy

IMAGE: Novelist Arundhati Roy turned cover girl for Elle this year. She wore an outfit from Pero by Aneeth Arora and accessorised it with her sweet smile. The award-winning author and activist never looked groovier.

Photograph: Elle magazine cover

PV Sindhu

IMAGE: Indian Olympic medallist PV Sindhu turned into a glamorous cover girl this year. Looking all sassy, Sindhu killed it in a lace mini with hair let loose.

Photograph: Cover of JFW magazine

Kareena Kapoor

IMAGE: Kareena Kapoor proved that she is the ultimate to-be mummy, as she rocked her pregnancy bump in red at the Lux Rose Awards.

Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Sushmita Sen

IMAGE: Turning showstopper for the launch of designer Rebecca Dewan's couture label at St Regis, Sushmita Sen lead by example as she stomped the runway in a black shimmery off-shoulder gown.  

Photographer: Pradeep Bandekar

Carol Gracias

IMAGE: Supermodel Carol Gracias stole the spotlight, as she strode the runway for fashion designer Gaurang Shah at Lakme Fashion Week 2016 (LFW), with a prominent baby bump. Dressed in a lovely green and pink sari, with her hair tied in a bun and decorated with flowers, Carol looked confident and happy. 

Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com

Diandra Soares

IMAGE: Model and former Bigg Boss contestant Diandra Soares gave the brides-to-be a look to aspire for in this white Rohit Verma embroidered lehenga.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Divum Photography

Kiran Rao

IMAGE: Dhobi Ghat director Kiran Rao was our poster woman of indie cool in a white phool badi jamdani sari by Raw Mango.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Raw Mango/Instagram

Fawad Khan

IMAGE: We wind up with Fawad Khan. The actor, who was the showstopper for Manish Malhotra at LFW, made the girls swoon in a maroon and black creation. 

Photograph: Kind Courtesy Weber Shandwick India