Kajol's Durga Puja wardrobe is pure festive goals. On Durga Ashtami, the actress illuminated the auspicious occasion in a lime-green ombre Manish Malhotra saree. She weaved six yards of grace in a see-through saree. The silver floral designs and golden-sequinned borders brought out a sense of allure to her outfit. She matched the elegant saree with a golden sleeveless blouse, bearing a V-neck. The beauty's soft and glowy makeup comprised perfect winger eyeliner with mascara-coated lashes. A hint of blush and peach-coloured lipstick were a bonus to her colour-contrasting festive outfit. To round off her festive look, Kajol opted for a puff hairstyle accompanying minimalistic jewellery.
We simply can't get over Kajol and her love for sarees. On the first day of Durga Puja aka Saptami, the diva wowed us with her all-pink traditional avatar. Draping a Punit Balana saree, Kajol hopped onto the desi Barbircore trend like a queen. The Gulabi Gulal ensemble featured custom silver embroidery and beautiful applique work. The embellished blouse of the same hue came with a round neck. We could not help but go ‘Mashallah' as the actress exuded a retro charm in her classic bun-styled hairdo. The pink garland simply alleviated her look. With subtle makeup, Kajol completed her OOTD with chunky jewellery.
On the fourth day of Navratri, Kajol flaunted her love for the blue hue. The six-yard staple came with multi-coloured floral prints. The bohemian-patterned borders added a modern chic vibe to the ensemble. The sleeveless blouse with a plunging neckline, paved the way for the statement, gold, and diamond plated choker necklace to stand out. She let her ensemble do all the talking by ditching earrings. For Kajol, simplicity is the key. And she lived by the rule by going in for a dewy makeup finish. Rosy cheeks, pink lips, and classic eyeliner sealed the deal for her ethnic charm. Her pulled-back, messy bun was just the perfect finishing touches.
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