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How to wear WHITE this Navratri

By Rediff Get Ahead Bureau
Last updated on: September 24, 2017 08:41 IST
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Let the celebs give you a fashion lesson or two on how to wear white on Day 5.

Shilpa Shetty

Shilpa Shetty's ethnic look is simply mindblowing. Take a cue from Shilpa and pair a white sari with a multi-colour blouse. Complete the look with metallic jewellery.
 
Photograph: Kind courtesy Sanjana Batra/Instagram

 

Parineeti Chopra

An off-shoulder like the one Parineeti Chopra is wearing is a must this Navratri. You can throw in a fun bandana too.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Sanjana Batra/Instagram

 

Tamannah Bhatia

You can also go down the traditional route and be a head turner in this gorgeous white lehenga like Tamannaah Bhatia.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Sanjana Batra/Instagram

 

Anushka Manchanda

Wearing a coat over a sari is going to soon be such a rage thanks to Anushka Manchanda. You can try it out too!

Photograph: Kind Courtesy Anushka Manchanda/Instagram

 

Swara Bhaskar

Swara Bhaskar draped the sari in an out-of-the-box fashion and you should totally try this look. 
It's interesting how she wore the sari with palazzos and a cropped top.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Swara Bhaskar/Instagram

 

Taapasee Pannu

How about a threadwork bardot sari like the one Taapsee Pannu is wearing? You can always take a regular sari, but drape it in a fun way like the actor.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Devki B/Instagram

 

Kangana Ranaut

Take fashion lessons from Kangana Ranaut on how you can pull off a simple cotton muslin sari so beautifully. She paired it with a cold shoulder blouse with ruffles and ended up looking like a million dollar bucks.  

Photograph: Kind courtesy Ami Patel/Instagram

 

Bipasha Basu

Want an ethereal look this Navratri? Try white separates like Bipasha Basu. Don't forget to go subtle with the make up.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Bipasha Basu/Instagram

Shilpa Shetty

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