Fashion trends are all about an individual’s persona. After all, our clothes reflect our personality, so it depends on whether one goes for subtle or vintage, while others love to go overboard with the bright and quirky outfits.
And if you fit into the quirkier category, then take a look at some of the Bollywood-inspired looks that you can try out to style your sparkly outfits.
1) There is nothing that denim can’t fix
Kriti Sanon wore this colourful shimmery dress from RedEmpress and paired it with a regular denim skirt from Purple Paisley. And clearly, the skirt completely stole the limelight from the dress underneath.
2) Minimalistic is the key
While carrying off a shimmery outfit is not everyone’s cup of tea, Pooja Hegde did it with absolute perfection, that too, without any layering. She wore this beautiful Falguni Shane Peacock dress that made her stand out with no accessories and a nude makeup.
3) All eyes on you
Now, who would have thought that you could wear a multi-coloured jacket to the airport? While this Gucci bomber jacket of Malaika Arora looks super stylish, the actress smartly paired it with a white dress and made an impressive fashion statement. All hail Malaika Arora, who rocketh the airport look.
4) For the rainbow and unicorn lovers
This rainbow wave sequins jogger of Jacqueline Fernandez is from Mira Mikati and is too cute to ignore. Right? And with all that glitter it is very difficult to understand what will work best with the jogger. Well, Jacqueline shows that it’s better than pairing it with a plain black tank top to tone down all the shine.
5) The monochrome way
There is absolutely nothing that you can’t pair with a monochrome attire, even if it is an all-bling skirt. Deepika Padukone wore this custom-made golden pencil skirt with a monochrome shirt and completely nailed this party-ready avatar.
6) Little Miss Sunshine
This quirky look of Alia Bhatt is absolutely stunning and the way she put it all together is making us take notes. The actress wore a front slit skirt from Zara along with a plain black top and carried a bright yellow clutch from Edie Parker with ‘Happy’ written on it.
7) Coz black is bae
Last, but not the least, Still finding it difficult to pair your all-bling jacket? Just go with your favourite black dress or a jumpsuit and layer it up with the colourful delight, exactly like Sonal Chauhan did.
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