Anushka Sharma to Alia Bhatt: 5 stunning celeb-inspired accessories to glam up your Diwali outfit
First Published 12, Nov 2020, 2:59 PM
Take inspiration from your favourite Bollywood celebs to reuse those accessories and jewellery pieces lying in your cupboard, and glam it up with your Diwali outfit, read on.
This year's Diwali will be a lowkey affair but why not to flaunt that 'traditional-beauty' by dressing up at home and engaging in fun celebrations with your loved ones. Here we bring you some celeb-inspired stunning accessory ideas that will turn your Diwali outfit glamorous and extraordinary.
Deepika Padukone inspired Jhumkas
Grab that simple Kurti from your wardrobe and amp-up the style game by wearing some heavily embedded jhumkas. Don't forget to wing your eyes, bold lips, and voila you are ready to rock that Diwali party.
Anushka Sharma's pick, roses
Tie your hair up in a messy or sleek bun and enhance its beauty by adding some fresh roses. A gorgeous red rose or a couple of pale pink roses can complete the look and also gives a retro-chic look to your entire aura.
Sonam Kapoor and her love for mangtika
A classic mangtika is a signature accessory that completes any traditional look. Here she added a mangtika of gold-pearl that is an absolute statement to her white-ivory outfit. No need to wear a bindi if you are carrying a heavy mangtika. Smokey eyes and bold or nude lips too help to shine on the charm.
Katrina Kaif inspired bindi look
Many celebrities are seen wearing a bindi with a traditional outfit. But there is something so fresh and classy about how Katrina carries it. To get her to look wear a simple sari, wear some fresh dewy makeup, nude lips, and sleek straight hair is the hero of this look and of course, finish it up with a simple black bindi.
Alia Bhatt and her choker love
Alia Bhatt and her undying love for chokers are a known affair. Any simple blouse or top can be made glamorous by adding a heavily embellished choker, contrasting jewellery would work too. With a good necklace, you can repeat your old blouse and no one would notice.