Are you ready to add a pop of blue to your wedding outfit? Whether you are the bride or the bridesmaid, be sure to add a blue hue. Electric blue accessories and makeup are some ways to incorporate the trend into your look, but to stand out in the crowd, you can’t beat a bold, colourful outfit. Don't worry, we promise you won't look like a Smurf. The colour is sure to flatter all skin tones and compliment all neutral colours. Well, these celebrities have certainly made this colour trend LIT! So, check them out and tell us which one is your favourite.
The"tu cheez badi hai mast mast" girl was recently seen attending a lot of wedding functions. She is the fresh face of Bollywood that many are willing to see more of. Her laser cut, acrylic-embellished electric blue flared jumpsuit by Papa Don't Preach by Shubhika is making rounds on social media and giving us major shaadi style goals. We can't wait to get hands on this colour before it goes out of trend.
Kangana Ranaut has been spotted in a lot of Indian wear lately. And we can't blame her. She looks extremely beautiful in everything that she wears. She incorporated electric blue palazzo pants in her ethnic wear look by Tarun Tahiliani. Keeping her salwar and dupatta on a lighter tone, the bottom is what is catching our eyes.
The "desi girl" is sizzling in her desi avatar. The colour suits Priyanka like a dream. She wore a beautiful salwar, kameez and dupatta set by AM PM Fashion. Don't we all agree that Priyanka needs to show us more of her desi look? Her style never seems to disappoint us.
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The goddess of ethnic wear is here to show us how to belt up a saree. She was one among the few actresses who were spotted sporting this trend as soon as it made its presence. She was seen wearing a shibori, white-and-blue saree by Ragini Ahuja. This was then teamed with the chicest tan leather bralette and a brown waist belt. Now, all we need is a pretty blue tie and dye saree and a tan belt to follow in Shilpa's footsteps and merge modern with desi style.
Much like the B-Town beauties, our International tennis star too had a lot of weddings to attend. Her mid-blue dupatta is what is taking her simple anarkali suit to a whole new level. She was seen wearing an Anjali Couture ivory anarkali suit and a border full of drafts of gold looking jovial in all her jubilance.
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The Indian actress, producer and director was gracefully carrying off an elegant navy ‘Kalka’ jacket and dhoti-pants designed by Tisha Saksena. We guess the dhoti pants will never go out of style. You can get your hands on a similar set and style is as one piece or use it separately with different pieces to create your own style. Just remember to electrify in the colour trend.
The beautiful and evergreen Tabu never disappoints us with her classic style statement. She looked ravishing in a cobalt blue suit by Anita Dongre. Don't miss the yellow Jaipuri juttis that compliment the colour. Are we getting invited to any wedding function soon?
Have a look at her social media handle and you will be all praises for the way she dresses up traditionally. She wore a beaded kite jacket with a blouse and drape-skirt by Nupur Kanoi. We love the slight green and yellow beads this electrifying outfit flashes beautifully. Hey people, at least send me a cocktail night invite, please!
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Sonam's pictures are always a feast for the eyes. With changing trends in fashion, one must really step out of their comfort zone to stand out from the crowd. If you dare to dress up like the fashion diva, follow her trails. The fashionista wore a black and electric blue metal sari by Rimzim Dadu. Yes, you heard that right! Thought you couldn't style your saree in more possible ways? Guess, we will always have to keep a track on Sonam's outfits because she does them way before others.