Pongal special: Up your style game with these 9 classy Bollywood-inspired sarees

Here's a look at some of the stunning sarees worn by our Bollywood actresses that can be your perfect Pongal pick this year

While north India is all set to celebrate Lohri on January 13, south India is geared up to celebrate Pongal — a four-day-long harvest  festival — from January 14- 17. A mix of fusion and ethnic outfits, most women prefer to wear attires in traditional white and gold during the festivities. But with the ever-changing fashion trends, our festive looks have also gone through a lot of transformations. In case you want to experiment with your look this festive season, we’ve got your covered.

Here’s a look at some of the stunning sarees worn by our B-Town actresses that can be your perfect Pongal pick this year:

1) The golden girl

In case you are too shy to experiment with colours, go for a bright golden saree with an open pallu and make heads turn.

Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra
(Photo: Instagram/ @afashionistasdiaries)

2) Lady in pink

You can always opt for some bright colours ditching the traditional ones. Go for a pink base saree with broad golden border and look festival-ready.

Shruti Haasan

Shruti Haasan
(Photo: Instagram/ @astylistascloset)

3) The evergreen golden and white combo

If a traditional look is what you want, then go for a golden-white stripes silk saree and up your style game by adding statement jewelry pieces.

Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone
(Photo: Instagram/ @afashionistasdiaries)

4) Never dull your sparkle

Add a hint of grey to your Pongal celebrations if you wish to go for a subtle look. Team it up with a contrast blouse and you are good to go.

Vidya Balan

Vidya Balan
(Photo: Instagram/ @astylistascloset)

5) For the love of Dupattas

Take out your old gold and off-white traditional sarees this Pongal and give them a beautiful twist with this Sonam Kapoor-inspired dupatta pallu style.

Sonam Kapoor

Sonam Kapoor
(Photo: Instagram/ @afashionistasdiaries)

6) Purple + Pink = Grace

You can never go wrong with a purple and pink combo. A simple pink colour silk saree with thin purple border is love at first sight.

Swara Bhaskar

Swara Bhaskar
(Photo: Instagram/ @afashionistasdiaries)

7) Elegant embroideries for the vintage look

Go for a dull gold colour saree with heavily embroidered borders and pallu for that rich royal look this Pongal. Add some flowers in your hair for that traditional touch.

Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra
(Photo: Instagram/ @eattweetblog)

8) Simplicity is the best

If neither the traditional white-and-golden or funky bright shades are your style, then opt for a graceful cotton saree with pastel hues this Pongal.

Sonali Bendre

Sonali Bendre
(Photo: Instagram/ @astylistascloset)

9) When white is bae

A sheer white colour saree with golden border looks class apart. Also, you don’t have to think twice before choosing white for the festival.

Divya Khosla Kumar

Divya Khosla Kumar
(Photo: Instagram/ @afashionistasdiaries)

 

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