Don't let the pandemic dull your Karwa Chauth celebrations this year.
We've handpicked some of the latest styles so you can make a stunning impression in red.
IMAGE: Think beyond the heavy reds and embellished lehengas this year.
Choose a berry pink handmade gharara like Kiara Advani here who is wearing one from Arpita Mehta's latest festive collection.
Team it with a strappy blouse, a statement accessory to complete the look. Photograph: Kind courtesy Arpita Mehta/Instagram
IMAGE: Love saris, but don't want to wear a kanjeevaram or your wedding ensemble?
Vidya Balan shows you how to pick reds that are easy on the eye and comfortable to wear. Photographs: Kind courtesy Vidya Balan/Instagram
IMAGE: Or simply opt for a layered anarkali. Aditi Rao Hydari has beautifully paired this red outfit by Sonam Luthria with pink sharara pants. Photograph: Kind courtesy Sonam Luthria/Instagram
IMAGE: Divya Khosla Kumar looks effortless in a red kurta with gota detailing. The hand embroidered outfit by Ridhiiee Suuri is simple and festive! Photograph: Kind courtesy Ridhiiee Suuri/Instagram
IMAGE; Can't find the right sari or kurta? You can also add a touch of modernism and dress up in a comfy dress like Rasika Duggal.
Add some antique or statement jewellery and you're all set to make a fab impression.Photograph: Kind courtesy Sagar Mohite/Instagram
IMAGE: And ,of course, don't forget to wear a mask when you step out. Preity Zinta shows you how you can amp up your mask game with a red hand embroidered mask deisgned by Anu Batra. Photograph: Kind courtesy Preity Zinta/Instagram