- Keep it bright
- Go for multiple hues
- Love thy minimalism
- Play with net
- Experiment with blacks
- Play with cold shoulders
- Go for minimalist chic
- Pay attention to fabrics
Keep it bright
Think brights are more like your shades? Take inspo from Kangana who plays it stunning in this Raw Mango lehenga. She keeps her makeup as simplistic as possible while letting the bright hue do all the talking. Can’t say we don’t love it!
Go for multiple hues
This Navratri ditch the same ol’ lehengas and flaunt a multi coloured anarkali like this one here. You can play with the neckline—depending on how you like it. Keep the hair in an updo to let comfort take over your look.
Love thy minimalism
If you steer clear of colours, make way for something like this on Kangana—an ivory coloured lehenga that’s not too overpowering for your taste. Do what she’s done to her hair—create a faux bob that adds a retro feel to the look.
Play with net
When it comes to festive looks, don’t underestimate the power of net saris. Here’s Kangy wearing a white net sari but adding colour to the look by way of a red pout. Also, can we have that stunning neckpiece, girl?
Experiment with blacks
Sure, festive looks might be all about bright hues and shimmer but if you’re the one with an affinity towards black, go with it and wear a black lehenga with an embellished headgear like Kangana here.
Play with cold shoulders
Love cold shoulders? Well, now you can wear it with your sari for the festive season! Take a simple sari and play up the sleeves of the blouse by opting for cold shoulders. Perfect mix of desi and western for a festive look!
Go for minimalist chic
Love how minimal yet chic this outfit looks. A kurta with a net skirt? Kangana has a knack of pulling everything off. Take inspiration from this festive look on how to keep it cute and simple.
Pay attention to fabrics
Making simple silk saris look like a million bucks in Kangy’s thing. But that hardly means you can’t do justice to this festive look—just pair your solid coloured silk sari with an interesting sleeved blouse and a striking neckpiece. Doesn’t seem that difficult, does it?