The beautiful festive season of Sawan calls for some ethnic glam and festive cheer in the air. When dressing up for festive occasions, the perfect ethnic outfit is what we aim to rock our style in and power of a pretty lehenga comes into play then. It's the perfect season to adorn gorgeous lehengas and elevate your festive dressing and with Sawan season in full swing, how can we give a skip to the colour green? The colour green symbolizes harmony and positivity and new brides especially are adorned with this gorgeous colour. From beautiful lightweight floral numbers to beautiful embroidered lehengas, we have curated a list of best celebrity-inspired green lehenga looks to slay your best.
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Celebrity Inspired Green Lehengas To Rock Your Festive Style
1. Shraddha Kapoor
A heavy-duty look is perfect to spread the festive cheer in style and Shraddha Kapoor is proof that she can slay any style like a pro. From chic body cons to stunning ethereal lehengas, Shraddha Kapoor has her fashion game right. Looking her stylish best in a dark green embellished lehenga, the actress is making a chic case for sequinned apparel. We love how she opted for a longer upper instead of a choli to pair right with the fit and flared lehenga.
2. Madhuri Dixit
Known for giving the stylish spin to literally every apparel, Madhuri Dixit does her ethnic style right in a monochrome light green lehenga. The thread embroidered lehenga is perfect for festive intimate gatherings. You can always add the right jewellery to accentuate the look.
3. Aditi Rao Hydari
Nailing flower power like a boss, Aditi Rao Hydari's contemporary lehenga is proof that you don't always need a dupatta to complete the look. She opted for a strappy choli and paired it with a flared lehenga skirt. We absolutely love how her gorgeous heavy necklace accentuated the look, making it all the more attractive.
4. Ananya Panday
We might be all about mix and match, but Ananya Panday's neon green monochrome lehenga is perfect to brighten up any occasion. She paired the flared lehenga skirt with a choli with one shoulder pattern and a sheer dupatta.
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