Bollywood's lessons for the day.
It's that time of the year again when India dances to the tune of dandiya.
Add to that a glamorous dose of filmi fashion and you can be the life of the party.
Want to learn a thing or two about dolling up this Navratri? Just follow Bollywood's lead.
It's the time to ghagra!
Baghdad se leke Delhi via Agra -- dig out all the flowy desi skirts in the closet, the more gher the better as demonstrated by Disha Patani.
Make-up artiste Bobbi Brown believes concealer is the secret to the universe.
Add to that recipe, Bipasha-style dab of lipstick and dash of kohl and you're ready to rock and roll.
For your eyes only!
The only way right way to do make-up is to have fun with it.
Give wings to the edgy fashionista in you.
How to put your best feet forward and flaunt your sexy back at the same time? Pooja Hegde provides a scorching demo.
Make a Sonam-sized statement!
Festivals and extravagance go hand in hand.
If you've got it, flaunt it.
Keep it bright. Keep it festive
Yami Gautam's fuchsia flurry is exactly what we are talking about.
Purse it up
It's splendid, it's silver and it's just the right size to toss in a phone and some cash -- what's not to love about Aditi Rao Hydari's sling purse?
Arm yourself in baubles and bangles like Ileana D'Cruz.
Say YES to colour
Is there a colour Shilpa Shetty cannot pull off? She had us at yellow.
Jutti do it!
Now, now, desi Cinderellas, don't forget about your favourite accessory. Look how adorable Tapsee Pannu looks in hers.
Why tie yourself in knots about 'Who will win Dandiya Queen' when you can do the same to your hair?
Amy Jackson's gajra proves a string of mogra never looks out of place or fashion.
Just a dot of bindi goes a long way in keeping things traditional.
It sure worked wonders on Priyanka Chopra.
A Guy Thing
Navratri is the perfect occasion (and perhaps only time) to let your inner Ranveer Singh loose.
Or should we say run riot?