The last day of Navratri is all about the colour PINK!
So if you want to rock this colour truly like a diva then take a look at our pretty ladies from B-town and get your fashion fundas right for one last time!
A pale pink crystal lehenga with a hot pink choli is all you need to turn heads this festive season.
That's Shriya Saran looking gorgeous in a Manish Malhotra creation.
If you love all things shimmery, then go for a pink lehenga with mirror work and pair it with a blingy choli.
The beautiful Kareena Kapoor Khan is also sporting a Manish Malhotra outfit.
You could go completely western by donning a long pink off shoulder tunic matched with blue dhoti pants.
Go for the smoky eyes make-up and you'll look like as good as Jacqueline Fernandez.
Give a hatke spin to your traditional look! Drape a pink brocade sari over a pink choli and finish off your attire with a gold churidar.
That's Aditi Rao Hydari in a Ritu Kumar creation.
Show off your curves in a strapless gown with pink and white lace designs, just like Priyanka Chopra.
She is wearing a Monique Lhuillier number.
If want a princessy-dreamy look than opt for a pink floral lehenga and team it up with sky blue short choli.
You can flaunt your perfectly toned mid-riff in the outfit as well. That's Nargis Fakhri in Anushree Reddy ensemble.
Don't want to wear anything flashy yet want to stand out? Then simply wear a hot pink sari and finish off your look with a chunky earrings.
Flash your million dollar smile and you'll shine bright throughout the night. Preity Zinta would agree!
Go crazy this festive season and wear a funky white-and-pink pant suit like Kalki Koechlin.
It's comfortable, chic and very cool!
Another easy-breezy alternate is to wear a pink brocade maxi with orange dupatta.
That's Dia Mirza looking pretty in an Anita Dongre number.
If too much isn't your cup of tea and then wear a cream-and-gold off shoulder printed crop top and team it up with a pink dhoti pants.
You'll definitely turn heads even after the dandiya party is over!