It's Ganpati Bappa Morya time, folks! And nobody mixes festivals and fashion better than Bollywood.
Looking for style tips to dazzle in on Ganesh Chaturthi this year? Sukanya Verma gives you tips from the best:
Though King Khan's second born's Bollywood debut, The Archies, is still a few months away, Suhana looks every bit ready to wear stardom like a second skin in her glittery blue sari. More power to the seven yard wonder.
Sara Ali Khan
A single rose can up the festive glamour quotient more than any jewels in the world, demonstrates Sara.
A traditional gajra of fresh, fragrant mogras is even better, proves Mouni.
Still better opt for a fancy hairstyle like Mrunal's, what with her mix of braids and jasmine.
Speaking of hairdos, Alia's fishtail ponytail goes wonderfully well with her stunning sari.
Bling it on like Wamiqa and her collection of striking statement rings.
The Marathi mulgi's nose ring game is on point, no surprise there. Nothing like a vintage touch to break the monotony of a traditional look.
Trust Lolo to let her greyish silver eyeshadow and hot pink lips to highlight the festive fervour of her otherwise minimal ensemble.
Nothing like painting your nails in the most fun hues of the festive, a la Sonakshi who runs a nail brand called Soezi.
Fashion is fun but you don't always need fancy clothes and cosmetics to look your best. And Rashmika's embodiment of Audrey Hepburn's quote -- a smile is the best accessory a woman can wear -- is its gorgeous example.
What's dressy yet elegant at the same time? Katrina conveying the power of 'au naturale' in her salmon pink ethnic outfit embellished with intricate golden thread embroidery.
You can never go wrong with black and gold. Team it with dramatic kohl eyes and emeralds like Deepika and it's etched in stone.
Aspiring for a stylish and statuesque aura like the Scoop star? Pairing a mint green anarkali with oversized jhumkis and colourful juttis might do the trick for those of you on the taller side.
Floral fun forever insists Mithila's bright, beautiful attire with a vibe so cheerful, it's infectious, really.
What's a festival if not an excuse to shimmer and sparkle like Kajol in that ombre sari?
For lovers of handwoven fabric, Vidya's bright red kanjeevaram classic is what the stylist orders.
The talented star of OTT hits like Mirzapur and Guilty Minds says cheers to that in her purple kanjeevaram.