Miss those times when parties and events lined up your social calendar? Us too! With the COVID-19 outbreak, the high-octane glam dressing for parties has taken a backseat, but we see no harm in keeping in mind the best of party numbers. Enter bodycon dresses, a knockout party outfit bound to make heads turn. Whether it's an intimate gathering or a group hangout in the foreseeable future, you can prep for a glam-induced entrance, courtesy bodycon dresses. Here's how!
From colour that steals the show to glistening numbers that are fit for a partaaay, here's taking some inspiration, Bollywood style, in wearing the hot number right!
Vibrant hues never fail to impress and should you be looking for a case in point, Deepika Padukone's scarlet number is testimony to the fact. Step out confidently in the body-hugging attire, experimenting with back variations, cut-outs, slits and more. Add to the mix a pair of towering heels or gladiator flats with tie-up details just like Alaya F, whose yellow bodycon dress is just as exciting.
For the go-to metallic sheen that works wonders in OTT shindigs, take cues from Kareena Kapoor Khan's high neck mirror dress—an outfit that could never go unnoticed. If shine packed with colour is what you desire, Ananya Panday's neon pink bodycon dress with a sheen to spare ought to be on your style charts. Very vinyl of her!
Ain't no party like a print (and embroidery) party! Introduce bold and dynamic patterns to your wardrobe, standing out from the crowd at the glitziest of events. Delve into the intricacies of placement hand embroidery like one seen on Janhvi Kapoor's Sabyasachi dress or pull out all the stops in a classic animal print bodycon taking a cue or two from Suhana Khan. Either way, there's no thinking twice with these scene-stealing party numbers!
Give the classic LBD an update, delving into bodycon dresses that you can repeat on-loop. Take a leaf out of Priyanka Chopra's book of style, wearing a slightly embellished bodycon number with a plunging neckline. For an even edgier approach, elevate your look with an off-the-shoulder take à la Disha Patani, an asymmetrical train from the waist included for a 'straight off the runway' couture look.
Which one of these bodycon dress looks did you like best?
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