What Traditional Dress Celebrities Chose to Wear for Festivals
The festive season brings with it the frenzy of fashion and people buy new and the latest trending clothes to stand out among their friends and co-workers. So, today we have brought to you some of the festive outfits for Indian festivals, Diwali, Navratri which are mainly Traditional Dress for Indian festivals, and we shall discuss celebrities’ outfits for Indian festivals.
The fifth day of Navratri is all about the colour white. White represents the fifth incarnation of Devi - Skandamata, who is the war-god. The colour symbolises peace, purity, and prayer in devotees’ hearts when they worship her. Here we have our celebrities giving us some festive outfit inspiration in the festival of Indian festivals!
Kriti’s pristine white and gold lehenga by Shantanu & Nikhil is a great choice for our Indian festivals. The outfit featured a modest yet playful blouse that bore a high-neckline and full sleeves with an open back, and the skirt was decorated with statement-making metallic work, with a cutwork hem, intricate gold embellishment, and floral and foliage motifs. The attire was completed with a white organza dupatta decked with gota patti borders. Sanon chose to wear chunky earrings, layered bangles and rings, and for the final touch, she topped the look with a gajra made of fresh white roses.
Opt for a glamorous sheer saree just like Katrina Kaif. The Sooryavanshi actress was seen wearing a radiant white Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla saree crafted using a feather-light fabric and designed with gorgeous gota patti work. The see-through saree was paired with a cap-sleeved blouse.
You can also try the radiant sharara set like Alia Bhatt. The Brahmastra actress looked impeccable in ivory as she made heads turn in an embellished sharara set by Anita Dongre. The set also featured a spaghetti strapped short kurti adorned in intricate silver design paired with flared sharara pants and a simple, long dupatta with a thick gold border.
Hope you were inspired by these Traditional Dress for Indian festivals, which are celebrities’ outfits for Diwali this year.