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V-Day Fashion: Go Bold, Go Flirty

By Rediff Get Ahead
February 11, 2022 09:04 IST
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Scrambling to put together a fabulous look for Valentine's Day? Let these celebs inspire you.

Please click on the images for a better look.

IMAGE: If you haven't really got the chance to dress up in the recent past, here's your excuse.
Celebrate the day of love with a lovely red cutout dress like Nia Sharma.
Style it with a matching cap and gold accessories.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Nia Sharma/Instagram

 

IMAGE: If you want to keep your look casual, opt for denims and a cropped top.
Vaani Kapoor's low-key vibe will help you embrace your inner diva.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Vaani Kapoor/Instagram

 

IMAGE: Shama Sikander's fabulous pantsuit is perfect to make a glamorous fashion statement.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Shama Sikander/Instagram

 

IMAGE: What better way to soak up the winter sun than with a dip in the pool?
Just make sure you are dressed in a fashionable red cutout bikini like Sakshi Malik.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Sakshi Malik/Instagram

 

IMAGE: What's more iconic that an off-the-shoulder red gown like the one Neha Sharma is wearing?
Photograph: Kind courtesy Neha Sharma/Instagram

 

IMAGE: Get inspired by Laxmi Raai and bring sexy back.
Add a red sari and some metallic jewellery to tie it all together.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Laxmi Raai/Instagram

 

IMAGE: For a late night date, paint the town red in a figure-hugging dress that Mouni Roy is wearing.
In addition to the fierce silhouette, you can round off the look with ankle-length boots and a sling bag.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Mouni Roy/Instagram

 

IMAGE: We have saved the best for last!
For that extra oomph, you can just copy Deepika Padukone's look.
It's red, it's sexy and it will make you standout for sure.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Deepika Padukone/Instagram

Photographs curated by Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com

 
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