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What Your FAVE Celebs Are Wearing To Diwali Parties

  What Your FAVE Celebs Are Wearing To Diwali Parties

Even though you probably already have your Diwali outfit hanging in your wardrobe right now, we know that a few more options never hurt. Bollywood celebs have been gradually revealing their desi looks since Navratri but they were saving the best for the Diwali parties, obviously. Now that you are about to see their diverse style, we want you to know that alternatives are endless. From what we have witnessed, this is what we can tell - Anarkali is one silhouette you don’t want to stay away from, statement earrings are what you should be hoarding on and hints of gold should be sprinkled all over. Go ahead, check them out and then treat yourself to a pretty outfit.

1. Kriti Sanon  


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Alright then, floor-length kurtas have officially replaced the knee-length kurtas, at least for the festive season. Kriti Sanon, yes, our very own Bitti, wore a peach-pink anarkali with a delicate stud pattern from Faabiiana. Stylist Sukriti Grover styled the outfit with statement kundan earrings from Mahesh Notandass, to enhance the celebratory mood and juttis by Fizzy Goblet. So, if you want to go for a pastel shade this season, you know how to style it.

POPxo Recommends: Peach Banarasi Silk Anarkali Suit with Embroidery Work (Rs 5,768)         

2. Parineeti Chopra

Parineeti Chopra has been promoting her upcoming movie Golmaal Again in desi style, so we can’t say that we didn’t see a perfect look coming. Stylist Sanjana Batra has styled her gorgeous embroidered ankle-length anarkali suit in red from Anita Dongre with golden Steve Madden heels. We must say that Parineeti knows that swirling and twirling is one of the best ways to flaunt your outfit. Her sister aces that move too.    

POPxo Recommends: Red Color Embroidered Suit In Georgette (Rs 2,775)

3. Shilpa Shetty

Stylist Mohit Rai hit the right spot (again!) with Shilpa Shetty. Dolled-up in a sheer white embroidered gown by Falguni Shane Peacock India, the outfit has been smartly styled with detailed chandelier earrings and a ring with butterfly motif from Mrinalini Chandra in subtle mix of green and turquoise. So, if a lehenga or a heavy saree isn’t your style, this will work perfectly.

POPxo Recommends: Sheer Embroidered Gown (Rs 93,220) or Edeal Online Designer White Silk Embroidery Anarkali Dress (Rs 1,187)

4. Aditi Rao Hydari

Easy, stylish, smart and yet festive. That’s what this look of Aditi Rao Hydari is for us. She’s giving you evident styling options for both day and night. You pick your favourite!

POPxo Recommends: Inddus Black Block Print Banarasi Cotton Semi-Stitched Lehenga Choli (Rs 2,939) or SASSAFRAS Women Yellow Solid Anarkali Kurta (Rs 2,599)   

5. Bhumi Pednaker


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Stylist Aastha Sharma has styled a jacket blouse with an ethnic skirt from Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla for Bhumi Pednekar and she sure knows how to pull off a desi outfit to the best of its glory. While it isn’t always an easy trend to walk in as we blend two cultures - formal and ethnic in one look but pieces chosen in the same shade and similar patterns can help. Let’s not forget to add drama with jhumkas, Bhumi is wearing earrings by Karan Johar for Tyanni Jewellery.

POPxo Recommends: Premium white and olive jute and jacquard satin silk lehenga choli (Rs 3,540) and Raw Silk Skirt - Gold (Rs 2,400)     

6. Tamannaah Bhatia

Android green with golden is a combination that stands out. If aptly paired with elongated jhumkas and the right hairstyle, just like stylist Sanam Ratansi did for Tamannah Bhatia, in this Rimple & Harpreet Narula creation, this is one of the most elegant combinations to don.  

POPxo Recommends: Pista Green Anarkali Set by Debyani (Rs 56,550) or La Firangi Olive Green A-Line Kurta (Rs 519)

7. Karisma Kapoor


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Styled by Tanya Ghavri, Karisma Kapoor’s outfit from Varun Bahl Couture is for those who aren’t ready to slide into a heavy lehenga or saree. Golden embroidery on a jacket blouse does the magic for those white drapes while you enjoy easy-breezy selfie moments with comfort.

POPxo Recommends: White Top and Pants with Gold Stone Embroidered Jacket by Pinakin (Rs 69,500)