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Finally An *Onion* That's Not Making Us Cry! Celebs Are Crushing On A Whole NEW Pink!

Finally An *Onion* That's Not Making Us Cry! Celebs Are Crushing On A Whole NEW Pink!

Not once did it occur to us that wearing a vegetable colour could be this exciting until we saw these Bollywood celebrities. After millennial pink, there's a new pink in town, thanks to onions, and it's making us cry with joy. Onion pink is the new 'it' colour and we have three very strong (and fashionable) arguments that will make you want to wear the upcoming trend too. I'm a Jain and I approve of this trend!


Exhibit A. Kangana Ranaut





Kangana Ranaut never ceases to surprise us whether she's wearing a glamorous naked dress or a simple saree. She was recently seen in an Anavila Misra saree, her good ol' oversized sunnies and a Hermes handbag. The woman knows how to look extra in less and her V-strap silver flats are proof if it. How to survive in a saree this summer? Take it from Kangana!


Exhibit B. Sonam Kapoor Ahuja




 

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Sonam Kapoor's looks for the promotions of Veere Di Wedding are like a summer dream coming true, one picture at a time. Recently, the newlywed was seen in an ensemble from Good Earth's Seerat collection featuring antique gold embroidery on chanderi, cotton silk and muslin. Replace your churidaar with cropped palazzos and make way for juttis this season for a celeb-approved look. Could sustainable fashion be any more stylish?


Exhibit C. Sonali Bendre





Sonali Bendre doesn't make many appearances these days but when she does, it's hard to get over her looks for a long time. Wearing a Sunaina Khera maxi dress, we're all for the ruffles on her dress and the beach waves too. And we're excited about minimalist print too!


Convinced? Add some taste to your life with onion (pink) this summer.

Published on May 29, 2018
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