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Dress up like Alia, Sonakshi this Raksha Bandhan!

August 14, 2019 15:23 IST

Wondering how to nail the ethnic look this Raksha Bandhan?

Take a cue from our very own Bollywood stars, says Namrata Thakker.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Alia Bhatt/Instagram

Floral prints are always easy on the eye and never go out of fashion.

If you want to keep it simple yet stylish, go for a palazzo suit in a floral pattern like Alia Bhatt.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Sonakshi Sinha/Instagram

Channel your inner fashionista this Raksha Bandhan and go the Sonakshi Sinha way by opting for a fusion outfit with oxidized jewellery.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Shilpa Shetty/Instagram

Draping a sari isn’t easy but it’s easily the most beautiful garment you’ll ever wear.

Whether you go traditional like Madhuri Dixit or up the ante and add a matching belt like Shilpa Shetty, you'll look festive this season.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Karisma Kapoor/Instagram

If you love bling, don’t forget to wear those big chandbalis!

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Shahid Kapoor/Instagram

And here’s Shahid Kapoor looking effortlessly fashionable in his fitted, matching kurta pajama.

That’s how you nail the desi look to perfection, guys!

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Ayushmann Khurrana/Instagram

Want to look all dapper and sophisticated like Ayushmann Khurrana?

Put on a bandhgala and a pair of nice pants, and you will stand out from the crowd.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Varun Dhawan/Instagram

If you aren’t a fussy dresser, wear a white kurta-pajama and add some zing to your look by opting for a colourful dupatta.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Anil Kapoor/Instagram

How cool does Anil Kapoor look in his ethnic avatar!

A Nehru jacket is perfect for every occasion but, if you’re still confused, go for the Modi look that seems to be in fashion.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Karan Johar/Instagram

How can Karan Johar be left out?

Team a blingy bandhgala with a simple pair of pants to balance out the drama.

NAMRATA THAKKER / Rediff.com
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