After waiting in anticipation for weeks and weeks on end, Karwa Chauth 2019 is finally here and it has come in full grandeur, might we add. The Hindu festival that celebrates love and bonding has arrived and of course, Bollywood has welcomed it very fashionably with open arms. Across the city of Mumbai today, the film stars and celebrities of B-town have been spotted looking their majestic best for rituals and puja that are being carried out as we speak.
The likes of Shilpa Shetty, Raveena Tandon, Mira Kapoor and Divya Khosla Kumar have been seen in Mumbai celebrating Karwa Chauth, most of them choosing to look regal in shades of red. The rich shade doesn't just look spectacular with hints of gold but is also an auspicious choice for a special occasion like this one. These celebrities were spotted around the city of Mumbai celebrating the festival. Let's take a look at what they wore now, shall we?
Shilpa Shetty wore an embellished red saree by Pallavi Jaipur with ruffled details, gold dangling earrings, an elaborate blouse and an Aanchal Sayal potli.
Divya Khosla Kumar wore a red and gold foil printed salwar kameez suit with her hair left loose and a net dupatta.
Raveena Tandon looked stunning in a red and gold anarkali style Anita Dongre suit with juttis, jewellery from Pink City and a sleek bun with flowers in her hair.
Mira Kapoor may not have been in red but she celebrated the festival in a bright pink saree.
To get a similar traditional look like these Bollywood celebrities, choose from these 7 pieces.
The HMP Fashion salwar kameez is a dress material set of an embroidered chanderi kurta, poly cotton pants and chiffon dupatta.
The Q Tube salwar suit is a semi-stitched anarkali set of burgundy Banglori silk with heavy gold trimming.
The bandhani saree is made of printed moss crepe in a gotta patti design.
The Fabzara patiyala salwar suit is made of burgundy taffeta silk with a heavy mirror work kurta and wide pants.
The Anni Designer saree is made of a red cotton silk blend with a blouse piece and gold trimming.
The W Ethnic salwar kameez suit includes a grey kurta with red bottom wear and a matching dupatta.
The Sourbh saree is a white printed saree of faux georgette with a matching three quarter sleeve blouse.
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