Jasmin Bhasin Just Made Festive Dressing Incredibly Chic and Fuss-Free. Here Are 3 Styles We Loved From Her Bigg Boss 14 Look Book
Bigg Boss 14 is getting seriously interesting (both in good and bad way) with each passing day. With housemates catcalling their captain to accusing each other to new friendships building (and breaking) oh my, the drama is just getting started! However, it’s not just the lashing out and blame game that’s we watch. We also take style notes from the contestants and keep a close watch on any fashion misses in the house (not guilty!). These days, we have our eyes fixed on Jasmin Bhasin.
Not only for her strong game strategy or her ability to call spade a spade but also for her impeccable style on the show. Her fashion is like breath of fresh air and her stylist Ankita Patel certainly did a good job. “I knew, in terms of styling, it would be really interesting for both of us. Jasmin’s idea, in her words, was to ‘keep it girlie’ and ‘fun’ just like her own persona and after doing various outfit trials, endless discussions and heavy scrutiny, we decided to shortlist her ensembles keeping in mind, her comfort as a priority,” Patel said in a press statement.
“Jasmin has always trusted my choice. She is someone who likes to keep it minimal and fuss-free but she is also someone who can take up a challenging outfit and still make it look very effortless,” she added. We totally agree and her looks at the Bigg Boss house are proof.
From sweats to sarees, the girl can make any garment look super stylish. While she is often see waltzing around the house in pretty comfy and practical clothing like organza jacket dress, crop top and flared pants set and cute jammies, she never fails to step up her game on the Weekend Ka Vaar episodes.
Jasmin has been wearing a lot of Indian wear for the weekend episodes lately which got us thinking if she is intentionally doing it to serve us some really gorgeous festive looks? Well, we are glad since her style is quite fun and fresh and resonates with every millennial woman’s fashion statement. Of the weekend looks she has donned, we picked three that were totally chic and effortless for this festive season.
So, if you haven’t got your festive outfits in place yet, here is some serious inspo from Jasmin Bhasin’s Bigg Boss wardrobe that we absolutely loved.
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Ivory Embroidered Saree
In this week’s Weekend Ka Vaar episode, Jasmin wore an ivory hued chanderi saree by Pooja Shroff and looked Diwali-ready. This elaborate embellished saree with a stunning blouse in a toned-down neutral colour is a perfect blend of elegance and effortlessness. She has teamed the look with big jhumkas and a gorgeous red lip and tied her hair in a ruffled bun to tie the whole look together. If you try this look, you could also put some fresh gajra in your hairdo to get take it up a notch.
Lime Green Gharara Set
If you’ve watched this episode, I am sure you couldn’t get two things out of your mind. First, how fiercely and aptly Jasmin put her point against Eijaz Khan across and secondly, how fabulous is that green gharara she is wearing? It’s Pink and Green Pop-up Garara set from Nitisha Kashyap Label featuring an ombre shaded flared kurta top with mirror work, gharara pants and a sheer dupatta. And, did you notice the frill details on the straps of her top? Well, this one is probably worth around 20 grand but I know I am getting myself a similar lime green gharara this festive season.
Pink Leheriya Saree
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For all the fashion minimalists who hate the elaborate dressing that comes with festival, here is a very dreamy and carefree look you could steal from Jasmin. Her romantic pink leheriya saree with sleeveless blouse and white earrings is the most easy-breezy and modish festive look we’ve spotted in a while. Plus, you can just tell it would be so easy to manage while you hold the thali of diyas and get your picture clicked for the gram. You can get a leheriya print saree pretty easily from any local market and team it with a top according to your style preference. Don’t forget to put that tiny bindi.