With merely a week to go for Diwali, there's festive spirit in the air. If you needed a little more convincing about it, Bollywood celebrities are always there to help with their sartorial sensibilities. Right in time for the festive season, they've been upping their ethnic wear game and in the bargain, providing inspiration for what we should be wearing this year. At the start of the line-up is none other than Hina Khan. The perpetually fashionable actress who loves experimenting with her style has been having a fine run in traditional garb. This time, she opted for a dainty floral printed sharara suit featuring bell sleeves and lace trimming. A pair of sparkling juttis and jhumka style ear cuffs were accessories of the day.
Bollywood talent Patralekhaa wasn't far behind either. Her travel looks are well-loved and now so will be her traditional ones. Striking a pose in a sleeveless Sukriti & Aakriti sharara suit, the actress wore her hair in a ponytail with a Ritika Sachdeva choker around her neck.
It seems like Ms. Khan has made the sharara her choice pick this time of year. Last week, she sported a vibrant pink and blue tasseled suit with gold foil details and printed trousers. An ethnic fashion trend in the making right in time for the festivities? We couldn't ask for much more.
New bride Kajal Aggarwal was right on time for Dusshera when she wore a sleeveless printed teal sharara with dangling earrings, her hair swept to the side and wedge heels.
Bollywood actress Mouni Roy isn't one to fall behind either. The fashionista also wore a printed black sharara suit with kolhapuri sandals to match.
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