There is no denying that Bollywood is a great place for getting inspired for your outfits. Remember Deepika’s Badtameez Dil blue saree? Or Alia’s bridal lehenga in 2 States? These outfits set trends the moment they are out, and it is always great to wear something that looks so good on you, especially for ethnic events. So if you have been wondering what clothes to get to make your festive season even more dazzling, we have got you covered. Here in this article are some of the most stunning outfits celebrities have worn in movies that make a perfect collection for your ethnic wardrobe. Read on!
1. Naina Khanna (Kiara Advani) In Jug Jug Jeeyo
Naina Khanna’s wardrobe was one of the film’s highlights for everyone. She changed into various ethnic clothes, and each of them would spark interest in the heart of the spectators. However, this red saree in particular that she wears to the wedding is something we can’t forget easily. The sleek fall of the saree and the stunning red blouse makes her look absolutely gorgeous, doesn’t it?
2. Isha (Alia Bhatt) In Brahmastra: Part One – Shiva
Sure, the movie had some dubious dialogues, but that doesn’t change the fact that Alia Bhatt stole the show in her crimson saree. It’s an excellent look for ethnic get-togethers like Durga Pujo and Diwali, and it is also not too heavy for side events!
3. Neha Melwani (Priyanka Chopra) In Dostana
Desi girl’s silky nude metallic saree is something we will not forget for a long time. This shiny and monochrome saree stole our hearts, which was probably where the saree got included as a perfect outfit for office parties and clubs. So, you can choose the color that suits your complexion, and your desi girl outfit is ready!
4. Leela (Deepika Padukone) In Ramleela
Whenever there’s a dandiya night, it calls for a lehenga adorned with glasswork and sequence. We can’t discuss the event without mentioning Leela’s stunning three-toned lehenga designed for the dance number Lahu Munh Lag Gaya. Though the original one weighed 30 kg, you can choose something that won’t stop you from moving around comfortably!
5. Saira Sabharwal (Kirti Kulhari) In Human
The entire series served as a source of fantastic fashion ideas. In the initial episodes, Kirti Kulhari donned a stunning purple saree with a gorgeous brocade blouse at a house party. Moreover, the jewelry she paired with is refined and works as a perfect outfit for your festive occasions.
6. Geet Dhillon (Kareena Kapoor) In Jab We Met
Jab We Met is a timeless classic with a lot of inspiration for traditional outfits. The pink suit Geet wore during her performance in the dance number Nagada Baja was indeed sensational. And who knew a simple white Patiala suit could look so lovely on anyone! Other than that her simple braided hairdo is also something that complements her ethinc look.
7. Arohi Keshav Shirke (Shraddha Kapoor) In Aashiqui 2
The soundtrack and Arohi’s turquoise & gold saree were the favorite parts of the movie for everyone. The bold color combination, the setting, and her feminine look are what a head-turner looks like. You can also try the combination of gold with different colors to see how it looks on you.
8. Zaara Hayaat Khan (Preity Zinta) In Veer-Zaara
The gorgeous pink and orange lehenga Preity Zinta donned is a perfect Lohri attire. But even her other outfits, like the yellow patiala set, was a perfect 10 for less flashy day events like sangeet or perhaps a family get-together.
9. Deepika Padukone (Piku) In Piku
The black eyeliner, dark kohl eyes, gold earrings, and brick-red saree are statement outfits worthy of being pinned on your board dedicated to ethnic fashion. This outfit works perfectly for both traditional gatherings and formal parties, depending on the jewelry you choose to go with it.
10. Dimple Cheema (Kiara Advani) In Shershaah
Kiara Advani wore many suits in the movie, but the one that caught our eyes was the white and baby pink set which was love at first sight for all of us. Nothing flashy about this attire, but it sure made a statement. This set might be the perfect outfit for attending a traditional ceremony that is not very flashy but does require you to wear classic. You can try this set with different colors that complement your skin tone and even match it with jhumkas and stylish jootis.
There is something about ethnic clothes that bring out the feminine goddess in you. And with these outfits chosen for Bollywood superstars, you can never go wrong. So which of these outfits stole your heart? Let us know in the comments section!