Spice up your Diwali style with some interesting ideas from your favourite television stars!
With barely a fortnight to go for this year's Diwali, many of us are scratching our heads about what to wear on the festive occasion.
Falling short of ideas?
Here are some of the HOTTEST television stars who will help you out with their own style files!
Go the svelte Shveta Salve way in a traditional Maharashtrian sari, jewels and bindi.
Want to make things even more interesting? Pair the look with a backless blouse!
Dressed in a black bandhgala jacket and a blue pocket square, actor Apoorva Agnihotri displays how the ethnic look is done right on festive occasions.
Dil Ki Nazar Se Khoobsurat actress Soumya Sen is a stunner in a multilayered lehenga that looks like an anarkali to the unskilled eye.
It's identity notwithstanding, this outfit is so much win!
Sasural Simar Ka actor Shoaib Ibrahim is quite the looker in his embroidered kurta with just the right dash of colour thrown in.
We couldn't recommend this look more for its comfort fabric, effortless style and youthful vibe.
For fusion fashion fiends, there this dazzler of an outfit donned here by actress Rashmi Desai.
Is it a lehenga with an attached bodice? Is it an evening gown? Who cares when it looks like THAT!
Think you're more of a power dresser even during festivities with the family?
This super sharp all-black suit look, worn here by Ritwik Dhanjani, will suit you just fine.
There's a little something for traditionalists, right here!
So we've got the leggy Shweta Tiwari, demonstrating just how fetching, if done right, a simple salwar kameez can be.
For the more unconventional-minded folks out there, here is the dapper Manav Gohil, rocking a sherwani-type jacket and dhoti pants.
And who could forget the evergreen, ever sensual sari?
Telly tube's sweetehart, actress Drashti Dhami is a scorcher in this flush pink sari.
Funnyman Kapil Sharma showcases his own fashionable flair here, dressed in a tasteful pathan suit and Nehru jacket combo.
And here we have the pint-sized Ratan Rajput, telling us no fabric and no silhouette is too overwhelming if done right.
The blouse, that mad dash of red and the massive flair of that magnificent lehenga, our heads are reeling with the very thought of wearing something as suitably decadent as that!
It's code red from Aashka Goradia too, who shows the perfect way to spruce up a lacklustre outfit.
Grab a colourful shrug and you're good to go!