Less pollution, more warmth, and lights - this year’s pandemic-stricken Diwali was quite different than the previous years in the tinsel town. Celebs stuck to sustainability and conscious fashion while ringing in the festival of lights.
Giving lavish parties and festive bashes a miss, the B-town spend some quality time with their family. Though the size of the celebration had been reduced, the fashion quotient made up for it! Our divas were dressed to the nines to celebrate this festival of love, lights and new beginnings. Check out who wore what this festive weekend:
Deepika celebrated the festivities in a silver embellished Ritika Mirchandani sharara set that featured structured sleeves and textured embroidery.
For another look, she stunned in a floral Sabyasachi Anarkali paired with a set of dazzling danglers.
Here’s another gorgeous look of this diva, decked up in a Raw Mango creation.
Anushka radiated maternity glow in a pastel Anita Dongre anarakali. She accessorized her ethnic attire with just a pair of earrings to let her ivory dress do all the talking. With subtle glam and open tresses, she rounded off her look.
SHILPA SHETTY KUNDRA
Shilpa kept it simple with her delicately detailed Anita Dongre sharara set teamed up with a statement necklace and a notice-me maang tika
SONAM KAPOOR AHUJA
Sonam brought in the boho feels with her vibrant and printed Ekaya Benaras lehnega teamed up with chunk silver jewellery. Reverse winged eyes, nude lips and poker-straight hairdo completed her look.
PRIYANKA CHOPRA JONAS
Staying true to her desi roots, Priyanka celebrated the festival of lights in a floral Sabyasachi drape. Stacks of bangles and statement danglers accessorized her ethnic look furthermore. With bold lips and a messy bun, she rounded off her look.
Nora made for a divine vision in an intricately detailed Tarun Tahiliani lehenga. Emerald neckpiece from Goenka India, and other jewels from Apala by Sumit, Abhilasha and Roopa Vohra Fine Jewellery elevated the look of her ethnic attire. A radiant glam with a dainty bindi, bold lips and a gajra adorned braided hairdo gave justice to her beauty.
For another occasion, Nora oozed regality in a Mughal-inspired sharara set from label Ameeran. Jewels from Apala by Sumit and Roopa Vohra Fine Jewellery accessorized her ethnic attire furthermore.
Nora dazzled in a Fab India sequin drape teamed up with an emerald raani haar from Goenka India. Winged eyes, blushed cheeks pink lips and soft curls completed her look.
Malaika kept it boho and sexy in an Anamika Khanna couture. Silver oxidized accessories from Apala by Sumit complemented her highly embellished blouse and a radiant red skirt. The sheer floral cap jacket was just a cherry on the cake! Smokey eyes, nude lips and a gajra adorned classic bun finished her look.
Rhea rang in the festivities in a black Abu Jani- Sandeep Khosla anarkali that came with a vibrant dupatta. Heavy danglers, subtle glam and open tresses finished her look.
Natasha celebrated the festival of light in a vibrantly hued Sabyasachi lehenga that featured an embellished choli bearing a feisty neckline. A radiant glam with bold lips, blushed cheeks and textured waves gave justice to her beauty.
For another look, the stunner dazzled in an Ajrakh drape from label Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla that featured a hint of zardozi and colourful tassels. That vintage bow and Chanel's bird cage bag have our heart!
Jacquie opted for a fusion festive look in a Tarun Tahliani ensemble. Her corset crop top was paired with a pair of highly embellished pants and layered furthermore with a billowy cape. To keep things jazzy, she accessorized her attire with layers of necklaces and rounded off her look with glossy nude lips, shimmery eyes and a messy bun.
Tamannaah brought in shine and shimmer this festive season with her sequined drape from Manish Malhotra’s Ruhaaniyat collection. A statement choker added on to the bling affair of her look. With a dewy glam and a pulled back hairdo, she rounded off her ethnic look.
Swara brought in the festive feels in a dainty Rahul Mishra lehenga. Stunning jewels from Amrapali accentuated the look of her attire. With a subtle glam and poker-straight hairdo, she rounded off her look.
Pooja looked effortlessly gorgeous in a two-toned peplum kurta and churidaar set from Manish Malhotra’s Ruhaaniyat collection. Blings from the designer’s jewellery collection added a dash of sparkle to her vibrant attire.
Diana kept it vibrant and vivacious dressed in a ruffled drape from label Riddhi Mehra. Her embellished choli bore a feisty neckline while a statement drape cinched her attire, seamlessly. Keeping the glow radiant, she rounded off her look with bold pink lips, kohl-rimmed eyes and poker-straight hairdo.
So, which patakha look did you dig the most?