10 Times Sonakshi Sinha Gave Us All The Festive Style Inspiration We Need!
The festive season is upon us, and we’re less than a month away from Diwali and the 10,000 parties you need to attend! Yes, girls, if you haven’t sorted out your desi outfits, then you better start hustling to get your hands on some festivewear. NOW!
The first step in our process is usually stalking our favourite Bollywood stars for some inspiration. So if you’re a fan of Sonakshi Sinha, aka asli Sona, then keep scrolling!
Gorgeous in green, best girl @aslisona in a beautiful @shehlaakhan @shehlaa_k lace sari with @dhanrajjewellers jewellery today on the sets of #nachbaliye8 assisted by @vedhikaghotge and @aakrutisejpal makeup @niluu9999 hair @sheetalfkhan #MRstyles #sonakshisinha #teammrstyles #stylefile #celebstyle #shehlaakhan
For some events, like Diwali with bae’s family, or visiting relatives, it’s best to stick to the classics. This lace sari by designer, Shehlaa Kha hits all the right notes and the addition of the silver border makes it festive, without OTT. Perfect for the day!
Bell sleeves are all the rage, and for all you trend lovers, there’s no better way to make your boring old salwar suit look current than with this “hack”!
Glamazon alert! There’s no shame in being extra, and this Amit Aggarwal outfit combines everything good about a sari with a gown, for the perfect taash party look.
What to say? This lehenga by Manish Malhotra is a sheer delight. Geddit?
Another floral number that’s elevated from basic with the addition of a cool jacket and an interestingly cut skirt. FYI, you can totally check out this video for more ways to werk that crop top.
When in doubt, play it safe and wear an anarkali! Sonakshi Sinha’s brilliant stylist, Mohit Rai, amps up this look with his choice of a funky ear cuff from Anomaly by Anam.
Sonakshi makes a case for channeling your inner princess. So, while choosing festive wear, don’t be afraid to choose something that may be a little extra.
Unsure about how revealing your blouse is? Don’t be afraid to cover up with a sheer dupatta that keeps things looking sexy, yet demure. Plus points if you can nail a cat eye a la Sona.
We love how this Monika Nidhii ensemble features a handy jacket that you can throw on when you’re around parents and immediately shrug off when it’s time to party!