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Here’s the ‘Sadak 2’ actor dressed in a feather-light icy blue organza lehenga created by designer Anita Dongre. The ensemble is enhanced with foil printing technique and paired with a matching dupatta and strappy yellow blouse with blue thread work.
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Boho vibes ahoy! Early this year, Ananya amped up her ethnic wear game in a cobalt blue four-tier gharara with a crop top hand-embroidered in shades – cobalt blue, turquoise and cream.
Statement sarees are a staple for Deepika, and this pleated PayalKhandwala creation in yellow, blue, and green is just another example. The pastel print georgette saree was paired with a pleated, high-neck blouse and statement aquamarine earrings.
Dia attended the recent Champions of Change Awards dressed in a mustard yellow, hand-painted Kalamkari Banarasi silk saree by designer Archana Jaju. The saree featured beautiful floral motifs all over, and Dia paired it with a green V-neck blouse, a minimalistic neckpiece with a leaf-shaped pattern and a pair of gold bangles.
Karisma Kapoor has made a case for white and beige traditional wear on several occasions. Here, you see her sparkle in a classic white Chikankari lehenga set by Lolo’s favourite designer – Manish Malhotra.
From puja to party, Katrina’s pre-stitched yellow saree with a matching embroidered jacket and blouse will work everywhere. An Anamika Khanna creation, this fusion outfit boasts of impressive thread work, and Katrina amped up the overall look with a statement waist belt.
Vidya’s sartorial choices have our heart. This black handwoven saree by House of Urrmi with an intricately detailed blouse that the star donned for a recent photoshoot blurs the lines between contemporary and traditional.
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Aditi looks divine in this bright orange organza kurta with peacock buttis all over with heavily flared gharara pants by Raw Mango. Looking for a festive staple, we think the search is over!
Kubbra looks elegant in an Antar-Agni asymmetrical white kurta with chunky oxidised jewellery. This is perfect for when you want to wear something light and airy but also want to make a statement.
Take cues from the OG Dhak dhak girl for your festive wardrobe and you won't regret it. An epitome of classic charm, she nails the traditional look wearing this lavender Manish Malhotra lehenga-choli set that is accentuated with silver sequins and heavy embroidery.
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