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Navratri 2019 Style Files: Take Cues From Bollywood Divas To Rock Your Festive Fashion

Fashion & Beauty By Chanchal Sengar , Onlymyhealth editorial team / Oct 06, 2019
Navratri 2019 Style Files: Take Cues From Bollywood Divas To Rock Your Festive Fashion

If you are confused about what to wear this festive season, take a look at these actresses and how they dressed for Durga Puja and Navratri celebrations.

The 9-day Navratri fest is about to end but festivities don’t end here. This month is fully dedicated to festivals giving you a thousand reasons to play dress up. From Navratri followed by Dussera, Karwachauth, Diwali and Bhai Dooj, ladies have got a lot of occasions to flaunt their glam side. You wouldn’t want to look the same on all occasions, right? We’ve got you covered with these diverse and vibrant styling ideas from Bollywood beauties.

1. Sonam Kapoor

Sonam Kapoor is the fashion icon of Bollywood. Whatever she wears, becomes the style of the nation. Sonam is known to experiment which her looks and surprizingly, she never fails to amaze us!

Here she is seen wearing a printed Mehendi green saree with a ruffled twist to the blouse. This is plain but perfect. Ladies who like to dress elegant shall try something like this which is minimal but classy.

2. Kajol

 
 
 
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Looking pretty for Goodness sakes..... ;) #pratham #aboutlastnight

A post shared by Kajol Devgan (@kajol) onSep 29, 2019 at 2:15am PDT

This pale white and golden saree is a fresh twist to Kajol’s regular style where she is looking every bit of gorgeous in this designer ensemble. If you don’t want to wear saree the typical way, take a cue from Kajol's look and style it differently. You can search the internet for different drape ideas and give a festive twist to your regular saree. Your girl gang is going to feel envious, for sure.

3. Karisma Kapoor

Karisma is well known for setting trends with her graceful and elegant style. Oftentimes, she is seen in dresses that match the vibes of the occasion. Be it a comfy and sporty airport look or a clean pooja look or a jazzy wedding look, ‘Lolo’ is one of the best-dressed actresses in the industry.

Here she is wearing a Cream Anarkali with pink silk dupatta. She accessorized her look with huge earrings and a statement ring. This is one of the most simple yet elegant looks to sport for any festivity.

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4. Sushmita Sen

Being a Bengali woman, Sushmita can be seen in her glamourous avatar during Durga Pooja celebrations. Dressed like a typical Bengali lady, she wore a deep red saree with golden work. Bengali ladies like to deck up in gold during festivals which is why Sushmita completed her loo with a heavy gold necklace, earrings and bangles. The big ‘bindi’ steals the show with a clean hairdo.

Married women shall try this look this Navratri.

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5. Kriti Kharbanda

 
 
 
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I’m COOL. yea 😎😈

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Kriti is a fresh face in B-town but her style has already gained massive popularity. College-going and teen girls shall take inspiration from this cute and bubbly actress as her style is very much cool and casual.

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