Priyanka Chopra to Deepika Padukone, 7 iconic looks of Bollywood divas that became fashion trends

Bollywood divas have a certain aura about them. Here's our list of the 7 most iconic looks that set the silver screen on fire and set trends everywhere

When it comes to setting trends, nobody does it like our Bollywood divas. Be it Dimple Kapadia’s gorgeous bikinis, Parveen Babi’s polka dot crop tops or Sridevi’s chiffon sarees, Bollywood has been setting trends since a very long time. Not just outfits, but their hairstyles become a hot favorite too. Remember how everyone got the ‘Sadhana cut’ in the 90s? And how everyone got bobs after Kajol wore her hair short in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai?

B-Town divas have a certain aura about them- the way they talk, dress and style themselves in movies and in real life inspire the masses. People want to steal their looks and be as stylish as their favorite fashionistas. They’re called style icons for a reason, aren’t they?

Here’s our list of the 7 most iconic looks that set the silver screen on fire and set trends everywhere:

Deepika Padukone’s boho chic look in Cocktail

When Cocktail came out in 2012, girls went gaga over Deepika’s casual yet oh-so-sexy outfits and hair. The ‘bad girl’ look was an instant hit and everyone wanted to rock tied crop tops, printed skirts and shimmer dresses just like Deepika’s badass character in the movie!

You can steal the look right here:


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Katrina Kaif’s grunge punk look in Mere Brother Ki Dulhan

Smokey eyes, ripped jeans, tank tops and nude lips became a rage after Katrina rocked the look in Mere Brother Ki Dulhan.

Here’s where you can get the Jack Wills tank, a pink bandeau top and this pink ripped jeans:

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Kareena Kapoor’s casual patialas and over-sized tees in Jab We Met

Kareena Kapoor redefined the ‘don’t mess with this Punjaban look with her badass character Geet in ‘Jab We Met’ by wearing long tees and patialas. This indo-western fusion outfit was uber cool and comfy and it instantly became a daily wear outfit for most girls in the country.

The patialas/bangles/jutti are easily available in any street shopping area in India. Channel your inner ‘main apni favorite hu’  like Geet with this Amitabh Bachchan inspired tee.

Deepika Padukone’s sultry saree in Ye Jawani Hai Deewani

Every girl who attended a wedding in 2013 wore a chiffon saree with a glittery border inspired by Deepika’s gorgeous electric blue chiffon saree. The hair, blouse and the minimalistic accessories got a nod of approval from fashionistas and masses alike.

Steal the exact look right here:

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Kajol’s tomboyish bomber jackets and headbands in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

Nothing screams the 90s like bomber jackets and colorful headbands. Kajol set the tomboyish jacket and short hair trend rolling and almost everyone under the age of 25 looked like this when Kuch Kuch Hota Hai came out. Since bomber jackets are back in vogue, we’re pretty sure you’d want to steal this look.

Get the bomber jacket here:

Priyanka Chopra’s sophisticated summer look in Dil Dhadakne Do

Priyanka set the style trend for summer  2015 with her comfy yet sophisticated bandeau tops, flowy dresses and palazzo pants in Dil Dhadakne Do and everyone followed suit!

Get the look:


Sushmita sen’s chiffon sarees in Main Hoon Na

Sridevi set the minimal yet sexy chiffon saree trend rolling and Sushmita Sen brought it back in 2004 with her gorgeous sarees in Main Hoon Na that instantly became a rage all around the country. In the words of Rakhi Sawant aka Mini in the movie, “What a lovely saaree ya!”

Get the mesmerizing red saaree here:





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