Festive Fashion Trend for Ganpati Season!
A week long festival has begun to mark the arrival of Lord Ganesha. Lots of poojas to attend and lots of outfit options to choose from. Be unique, be at your fashion best each day. This festive season we bring to you hand picked fashion trends right from the celebrity closet, fresh and new from the ramp that has set the tone of Ganpati season. Try the following looks for each day and be the best dressed of the season.
Colour of the season
Kareena Kapoor Khan was recently spotted wearing this beautiful mehendi coloured shalwar kameez with a red border surrounding the dupatta. This Anamika Khanna creation was had a boat cut neck and the dupatta was fully embroidered with much shimmer on the top too. The colour is for the season and not too bridal making it festive appropriate.
Comfort in a half saree
To wear a saree and look comfortable might only seem like a dream, but it's a reality now and Dia Mirza rocked it like no other. She wore an Anamika Khanna half saree with a shimmery ivory dupatta with a a black crop top serving the purpose of a blouse paired with black leggings. A modern twist to a saree that's easy to drape and move around wearing.
Let the jewelry speak
Don't want to stick to the traditional outfits for each day, take a cue from Kriti Sanon in a black dhoti and asymmetrical top by Antar Agni brand keeping it quite simple. The desi addition to this look was with the long tribal neckpiece that gives it a festive feel without being over the top.
Unleash your softer side
We recently spotted this beautiful Varun Bahl creation at a fashion show which would make anyone feel instantly pretty. A gown that gives Indian touch with its motif designs studded in a heart shape and a woman's portrait embellished onto it. The lower part is even more interesting with ruffles below.
Florals have been spotted everywhere, this trend is here to stay and to channelize exactly that on your outfit would be fashionable. If you're someone who enjoys wearing western outfits more than Indian, then this mustard yellow gown with pink florals from Anj Kreations is just for you. Sleeveless, halter-neck and colored outfit, what's not to love?
Dhoti saree for movement
The festival of Ganpati is hugely celebrated in the state of Maharashtra and this blessed week could be an opportunity for you to dress up in a kashti saree but you don't have to worry about draping it. A Sonaakshi Raaj golden saree with gold motifs borders and a waist length red designer blouse makes it easier to look like a modern Marathi girl on Ganpati.