Red is fierce, bold and dramatic! When it comes to occasion wear, there is no palette more timeless and auspicious than the vibrant reds. Etched with the perfect feminine factor, reds are transformative. From raspberry red to crimson red, the hue never disappoints us and with the festive season in full swing, we go down the memory lane to look back at some of the most incredible celebrity-approved styles. From Shilpa Shetty's red embroidered drape to Sonakshi Sinha's breathtaking lehenga, for your perennial demand, we have rounded up some of the best red traditional fits that are timeless as ever. Here are some celebrities-approved ethnic looks which are a celebration of this vibrant hue. Let's take a look!
Celebrity-Approved Ways Of Adding Reds To Your Traditional Closet
A saree takes the top spot in our favourite ethnic collection and Shilpa Shetty is our all-time favourite fashionista when it comes to styling the ethnic wonder. Her red drape, featuring tone-on-tone embroidery came with the most intricate details. It was paired with a full-sleeve blouse and sheer full sleeves, adorned with red thread-work added an extra edge. Isn't the ethnic drama on point? Just like Shilpa, you can style the red saree with golden dangler earrings and glamorous makeup.
If you are not a pro at draping six yards of elegance, Chitrangda Singh has a solution: A pre-draped saree. They are easy to carry and give a modern twist to the traditional dressing vibe. Without worrying about pleating and draping the saree, you can easily wear them at a reception, cocktail party or wedding reception. As for Chitrangda, she styled it with a full-sleeve green blouse which had white polka dot detailing all over. She finished off with oxidised earrings and a matte glam.
If you want to stand out with your ethnic pic, turn to Sonakshi Sinha's wardrobe. The actress doesn't always stick to the regular kind of outfits. She once made our jaws drop with a stunning ethnic look. Her pick? A gorgeous red lehenga came with a delightful modish spin. She added a strappy blouse with intricate mirror work, embroidery and a deep neckline to her look. Sonakshi layered it with a classy long cape, decorated with shell detailing. To complete the Indo-western style, she opted for a choker set, winged eyeliner and red bindi.
If you are not a fan of bold and bright red, Sonal Chauhan's red wine look will convince you to turn to reds on every occasion. The heavily sequined blouse had a lining of mirror work along the neckline. Her lehenga skirt featured a tulle layer, consisting of sequined floral and leaf patterns. Sonal added a mesh dupatta that came with intricate thread and sequin embroidery in rosette patterns. For accessories, Sonal opted for a beaded heavyweight necklace and chandelier earrings.
Gauahar Khan has given us some major traditional wear goals over time. We have picked out a simple yet gorgeous red traditional outing from her style book. She styled an A-line kurta with palazzo pants, which were pretty much enough. The sleek dupatta around the neck gave a romantic flair to the attire. You can also add a pair of mirror work mojaris to accentuate the look. We absolutely need to put this ethnic look on our list ASAP!
Here's just another minimalist way to include red in your ethnic closet. Karisma Kapoor is giving us major style goals. She wore a bright red salwar suit which consisted of a short frock-style kurta with criss-cross patterns in gold print and a matching pair of salwar. If you wish to recreate the look, you can complement the outfit with statement earrings and juttis and you are good to go!
Heavy lehengas, embroidered saree and suit sets have all been on our list of favourite ethnic outfits of the season and adding another traditional look to it is Madhuri Dixit in a glorious red Anarkali suit. The printed floor-touching number came with sleeveless detailing and golden embroidery along the round neckline. To complement her outfit, she opted for a pair of golden heels and statement jhumkas.Comments
Want to make a fashionable impact? Here's how you can style the red hue in the best way possible.