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To celebrate the season of festivity, here we bring you celeb-approved style to up your fashion game.
One of the most celebrated festivals in India, Durga Puja is ongoing. Following stringent COVID-19 protocols and SOP guidelines, devotees are celebrating the festive season in glee. With Navratri and Pujo in full swing, we are already loving the festive aroma in the air. While you may have decked up your house, it is now time to shift the focus to fashion. After all, the Durga Puja style file is a major thing that only devotees and fashionistas would relate to. A traditional ‘laal paad sada’ saree or an ethnic ensemble in pristine white, Pujo is incomplete without ladies making the pandals their personal runway. Hence, we have curated a list of celebrity-approved Durga Puja outfit ideas to make your festive season fashionable! From Nora Fatehi to Yami Gautam, let these gorgeous Bollywood stars shell out style cues to amp up your fashion game. (All photos: Instagram)
Pick a beige chikankari saree with a red border and style it like Nora Fatehi! She accessorised her look with heavy gold temple jewellery that accurately matches the embroidery work all over the saree.
Mellow yellow is a fashion favourite for all the ladies during Durga Puja. It’s a bonus if the saree features ethnic prints just like Dia Mirza’s handloom saree in yellow— a perfect pick for your festive outing!
A radiant red saree with gold jhumkas exude elegance. Genelia D’Souza served the accurate festive fashion inspiration in this breathtaking traditional red saree, which she paired with flowers in her hair.
Jacqueline Fernandez’s ‘Genda Phool’ look brought Bengali fashion back into the mainstream. The traditional way in which she draped her ‘laal paad sada’ saree and most importantly the beauty look featuring the trademark exaggerated winged liner we associate with Bengali eye makeup is right on point.
Kajol has always served the best Pujo look in gorgeous traditional ensembles, one saree at a time! This bright yellow saree that she paired with a statement neckpiece can be perfect for your pandal visit.
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Not in the mood to don a saree? Just choose a traditional suit that evokes festive vibes for Durga Puja. Don’t forget to add the Bengali ethnic touch in your makeup, just like our Bollywood queen Bipasha Basu.
Graphics in sarees are so in this season! Deepika Padukone’s simple, yet elegant multicoloured saree featuring striking poppy graphics in shades of yellow, blue and pink, stands as a perfect Pujo ensemble.
You can never go wrong with a red saree look for any given occasion. Janhvi Kapoor in this ravishing red saree is a reminder of how the colour has always topped the chart among fashion lovers.
If you want to go a little extra, a yellow silk saree can create a very warm evening look. Kangana Ranaut aptly paired it with a matching close-neck blouse that ended a little above her elbows.