The fashion fraternity curates an array of stunning celebrity looks to lend colours to the muted Eid celebrations
This Eid, as celebrations are more intimate, the fashion fraternity have curated an array of stylish and fabulous celebrity looks for you. From fuss free silhouettes to colours to boost your festive mood, the collections are versatile and can be styled in multiple ways to assure both sustainability and value for money.
- The black metal beads potli dazzles actor Shanaya Kapoor’s ensemble to the T. Elegant and timeless, this piece of art is hand-embroidered with fine beads in an awe-inspiring pattern.
- Actor Surveen Chawla flaunts the panache potli with elan. Inspired by the opulence of the golden period in the French history called La Belle Époque, this potli is hand-embroidered with Japanese bugle beads. The tiered tassel in neutral tones adds a vintage touch to the design.
Style it right: The black metal beads potli and the panache potli can be styled as a sling pouch or a short classic handbag and can be paired with an ornate Lovetobag handle. The potli can be adorned with an array of Indian and western outfits. You can carry it as a sling bag with your blue denim, classic blouses, maxis and evening ensembles. It also gives a classic yet contemporary look when paired with traditional Indian attires such as lehengas and sarees.
ACING THE ANARKALIS
Brand: Gulabo Jaipur
- Actor Karisma Kapoor looks all things festive in the red sufi anarkali. When comfort is key, this gorgeous red block printed cotton anarkali stands out when paired with chikan pants and an organza dupatta.
- The sona blue anarkali set worn by actor Sonakshi Sinha is cool, trendy and chic. This cotton anarkali set comes with off-white chikan pants and hand worked doriya dupatta.
- Actor Mithila Palkar makes a statement in the suhana set. A perfect festive look, this blue georgette outfit looks stunning when teamed with an embroidered organza dupatta.
Style it right: All three anarkalis – red sufi, sona blue and suhana can be worn either for day or night occasion. While the suhana and sona blue sets can be styled with a high bun and jhumkas, you can leave your hair open for the red sufi anarkali, and complete the look with small stud earrings along with a thin chain.
Brand: Pink City
- Actor Shilpa Shetty Kundra is seen draped in a three-piece ensemble featuring a hot pink kurta, dhoti pants and an ombré bandhani dupatta embellished with Gota work.
- The dori work embroidery is placed beautifully on this anit-fit top worn by TV actor Gauahar Khan. Created in matka silk, the top is teamed with dhoti pants and a cape with border detailing.
- Actor Mouni Roy celebrates the festivities in this red silk chanderi kurta with chevron zardozi embroidery styled with farshi pants and a bandhani dupatta.
Style it right: All three attires can be worn during day or night functions. The embroidery on each outfit itself is a style statement and makes for a stunning and stylish look.
PRINTS ON POINT
Brand: Drishti & Zahabia
- Actor Diana Penty aces the cool and chic look with this Ikat-inspired kaftan set. Created in Chanderi silk, the attire celebrates vibrant colours and bohemian mirror and thread work detailing with a modern twist.
- Actor Hina Khan styles the print on print jacket set in a beautiful cherry red. The ensemble comprises of a floral mix-print kali jacket with delicate zardozi and sequence embroidery around the neckline and center front to add a touch of gold, a geometric print inner and straight fit ankle length pants.
Style it right: Style the kaftan with chunky oxidised jewellery or hoop earrings. As for the print-on-print, you can team it with jhumkas or chandbalas.
Style yourself with versatility and comfort for the season of celebration.
Brand: Amaris by Prerna Rajpal
- The time turner choker is an epitome of grace and royalty. An interplay of precious stones and Mughal motifs, the design celebrates intricate craftsmanship. Wearing this piece of art is actor Deepika Padukone. If you look closer you can see the three Russian emeralds take centre-stage. The piece is adored with uncut diamonds, pearls and tanzanite and the pastel colour tone creates a classic and coveted look.
- Actor Kiara Advani looks stunning in the Nizam choker, which pays ode to the romance of the Mughals. This piece of art features a 35-carat Zambian carved emerald surrounded by uncut diamonds in an open polki setting.
- The blue revolution worn by Mira Kapoor is a timeless beauty. The design details feature a blue sapphire, a princess cut and marquise shaped diamonds. A modern-day piece with clean cut lines, the ring will bring warmth and colour to your ring wardrobe.
Style it right: The time turner choker blends well with Indo-western gowns, pre-pleated sarees or even contemporary co-ord sets. Ring in the celebrations with the blue revolution ring and pair it with a green or deep yellow western outfit or pre-pleated saree. Keeping in mind the contemporary look and feel of the Nizam choker, it looks stunning on bold neckline blouses and stands out with green and ivory outfits.