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Celebrities serve up a variety of gorgeous outfits every week, and this week was no exception. However, this week B-love Town’s love for ethnic fashion took the front seat. Numerous actors were spotted donning stunning traditional attire. Take notes from Ananya Panday, Kriti Sanon, and Sara Ali Khan to ace the regal elegance of saris and lehengas.
Ananya Panday’s most recent appearance can serve as your ideal inspiration for your traditional garb. The actor from Gehraiyaan looked gorgeous when she was spotted sporting a pink and white floral lehenga, a multicolored strappy crop top, and a matching dupatta.
Bhumi Pednekar’s most recent appearance had a somewhat throwback to retro looks. The star added a pearl necklace to the red lace sari. She looked mesmerizing in a ponytail.
The star added a pearl necklace to the red lace sari. She looked mesmerizing in a ponytail. In a lavishly embroidered golden sari with feathery accents on the pallu and hemline, Kriti Sanon stole the stage. It was worn with a full-sleeved blouse in the same color and little embellishments. Sanon looked Golden Goddess with her eye makeup accentuating her ensemble.
In an embroidered full-length jacket worn over a pink coordinated set consisting of a crop top and a flowy skirt, Sinha nailed the Indo-western style. The actor styled her hair in her classic statement ponytail look. She added a ring and some jhumkis as jewelry.
Sara Ali Khan
Sara Ali Khan looked stunning in a purple and pink printed sari from designer Manish Malhotra’s Diffuse collection. Creating an elegant fusion of modern and traditional styles, Ali Khan accentuated her look with stardust eyes. Her ruffled sleeveless blouse made the saree stand out.
Written by: Saumya Singh
Saumya Singh is a budding lifestyle and entertainment journalist. She believes that lifestyle journalism is not everyone’s cup of tea. She holds the view that just like hard stories, covering soft stories also deserves their appreciation because it is a part of journalism that appeals to the masses.