A best friend’s wedding is the second most important day in your life (of course, the first one being your own). One of the most difficult things on your to-do list is to decide what to wear on each of the functions. Bollywood Divas are the best inspiration to every girl when it comes to following fashion trends and selecting your outfits. Most times when watching a movie, we definitely comment on what the actress is wearing. And of course, page 3 of Bombay Times is just meant to showcase what the celebs wore at events and parties. So here are a few actresses who caught our eye with their ethnic attire:
1. DEEPIKA PADUKONE – Deepika Padukone, the Bollywood diva, displays amazing fashion trends when it comes to ethnic attires. We all have seen her sporting various western wear, where she always manages to look stunning without much effort. Be it for promotional events or a movie launch, Deepika does know what to flaunt and how to flaunt. When attending a wedding, she believes in keeping her attire simple and elegant which adds to her charm.
2. KANGANA RANAUT – After the success of “QUEEN”, Kangana was much in the limelight which made us notice her style. Ladies, if you love to wear sarees, then Kangna for sure will inspire you with her upto-the-mark drape and pink lipstick.
3. ANUSHKA SHARMA – Anushka surely knows how to win hearts with long and flowy Anarkalis. The Rab ne Bana di Jodi actress has been spotted wearing designer anarkalis a number of times, off camera. Her style can be termed as comfortable and chic. With not much ado, you can look no less than a princess in a beautiful, floor-length gown, just like Anushka.
4. BIPASHA BASU – Right from being a Bengali bride, to a sensational star, BIPS has been very particular about dressing. The fashionista manages to carry herself flawlessly in dark colours and a huge bindi. With minimal jewellery and open hair, she definitely scores a ten with that bold look, doesn’t she? Go an extra mile donning the bold Bipasha look!
So who are you inspired by? Let us know in the comment box below.