Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan to Kriti Sanon: 6 Stellar Ways to Shine in a Saree This Festive Month


Happy New Year’s Eve, friends! The joys of making butter dishes and modaks is something we wouldn’t finish telling in a day. So might as well happily add to the conversation what to wear first and forever any festival. Our minds are conditioned to think of sarees and all of that in their most shining element. If you find yourself thinking too much about another saree day, another same selfie, stop there. Think no more, scroll because you might find inspiration that will have you swearing by too many colors. We present you a desi guide on how your Bollywood divas like Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan to Kriti Sanon are committed to the glamor of all things wow.

Kiara Advani

IIt shouldn’t take you too long to realize that pink is still the right option. Seen here is a creation by Manish Malhotra on actress JugJugg Jeeyo. The saree may look simple, but if you rely on a colorful border, nothing looks better. Sequins, threads and a few colors, what a combo! Wear it with a sleeveless blouse and wear it with jhumkas.

Kriti Sanon

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Prints are love. We tried to say less, but failed. Look at this Magic Magpies saree by Anita Dongre. Pink, white and orange all come together to give you a beautiful and striking look. A mix of tropical prints and stripes looked even on trend with tassel beading and the back tie detail you see on the strappy blouse. Where are your jhumkas and kohlapuri apartments?

Kareena Kapoor Khan

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You can never have enough greenery. Well said, isn’t it? So why should you avoid looking like a desi royal star? The Laal Singh Chaddha actress donned an emerald green silk saree from Raw Mango. Minimal work on it and yet it looks so gorgeous. Wrap up your look with a v-neck blouse and a link necklace with an emerald pendant to match.

Katrina Kaif

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One red outfit, two solutions. Do you see what we have done here? We’ve taken a line from an ad that you’d say is true, but we also want to hint at two ways to style an ensemble. You can invest in sharara pants and wear her dupatta as a saree drape or simply go with a standard sharara look. Now that’s a robbery. The Sooryavanshi actress pulled off this Manish Malhotra creation with an embroidered blouse and chunky statement necklace.

Deepika Padukone

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Here’s what we mean when we say, “saris are a blessing”. This Sabyasachi creation seen on actress Pathaan is hand painted. Charming, isn’t it? It had all the goodies you can imagine from jewel tones, sherbet hues, piping, gold fringe trim and sequins. It’s a lot, we mean a lot of glamour. Her ethnic look was accessorized with shoulder-skimming earrings, stacked kadas, a ring and peep-toe stilettos. Blue sleeveless blouse looks great, right?

Sara Ali Khan

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It’s weird here, how much is it too much to handle? We can’t keep track for once and we think it’s for good. The Arangi Re star wore a Madhurya saree which featured colorful prints including typography and patterns. Sealed with jhumkas, bracelets and a sleeveless blouse with a tie detail in the back, she looked quite charming and extraordinary.

Is it a YAY or NAY look? Let us know in the comments below.

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