Ganesha Chaturthi is just a few days away and with it marks the beginning of the festive season. Celebrated across India from September 19 to the 28th of the same month, the festival calls for religious rites, family get-togethers and of course dressing up in one's festive finest. Traditional ethnic ensembles go well with the Ganesh Chaturthi celebration style but modern interpretations are fast gaining popularity, especially among millennials and Gen Z. For fashion inspiration, you will need to look no further than our Bollywood divas. We've curated a list of some of the top picks for you. From heavy-duty lehengas and pastel sarees to Anarkalis, these actresses have covered it all with their ethnic styles.
1. Ananya Panday
The festive season is about going all-out with your fashion choices. If you are into heavy-duty outfits, you are going to love Ananya Panday's golden-beige lehenga. An embroidered skirt, an off-the-shoulder bralette-style top, and an embroidered dupatta to match. This Tarun Tahiliani creation is a traditional ensemble with a trendy twist. The designer's caption for the post reads, "Ananya Pandey is seen here in our Egyptian Door saree in tulle that features tissue appliqué geometric artworks all over, inspired by trellis doors in Egypt. It is further highlighted with intricate hand aari work, kundan stones & pearls. The saree is paired with an off-shoulder blouse. This ensemble is from our Autumn Winter Couture Collection 2023 - For Eternity"
2. Shilpa Shetty
If minimal chic is more your spiel, sarees are an ideal pick. Take your cue from Shilpa Shetty's elegant white number. With the vibrant floral patterns on the scalloped borders, the drape strikes a perfect balance of simplicity and festivity.
3. Mira Rajput
Craving the OG festive vibes? Mira Kapoor's stunning red sharara set is the answer to our fashion prayers. Her ensemble included a flared top, matching sharara pants, and a dazzling sequin-studded dupatta. For all the married women out there, you can even wear your wedding jewellery to complete the festive look, just like Mira did.
4. Katrina Kaif
Pastels are here to stay. Even in the festive season, they tend to dominate our wardrobes. This Ganesh Chaturthi, draw inspiration from Katrina Kaif's enchanting pastel pink Anarkali suit. Adorned with exquisite gold vine embroidery and sparkling sequin embellishments, it is a perfect blend of celebration and class.
5. Malaika Arora
Who does not appreciate a fusion of tradition and modern flair? Behold Malaika Arora's golden three-piece attire. Its intricate embellishments elevate the style to a festive level, while the cropped bustier adds a dash of sassy vibes to the mix. According to the designer Frontier Raas, "The ensemble plays with sheer accents and contemporary elements that effortlessly translate into a song of sophistication & modern glamour."
6. Disha Patani
Chikankari and festivals are a match made in heaven. A gorgeous Anarkali with sensational Chikankari work – just like that of Disha Patani – is the best way to embrace festive elegance.
7. Khushi Kapoor
If you're aiming for a desi Barbie look, Khushi Kapoor's pink saree can be your go-to choice. Pair it with a statement blouse and you'll be the center of attention like never before.
Which one of these looks suits your fancy? Let us know in the comments.Comments