Deepika Padukone to Katrina Kaif to Kareena Kapoor: 7 celeb-inspired last-minute Diwali outfit ideas

First Published 13, Nov 2020, 1:22 PM

Confused about what to wear this Diwali, well worry not. Here we bring you stunning 7 outfit ideas that can be your last-minute pick, read on:
 

<p>This year Diwali is surely going to be different as we are all stuck at home owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. But that does not mean we are not allowed to dress up and click stunning pictures. If you are still confused about what to chose as your Diwali outfit, don't worry, here we bring you celeb-inspired last-minute Diwali outfit ideas.</p>

This year Diwali is surely going to be different as we are all stuck at home owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. But that does not mean we are not allowed to dress up and click stunning pictures. If you are still confused about what to chose as your Diwali outfit, don't worry, here we bring you celeb-inspired last-minute Diwali outfit ideas.

<p><strong>Anushka Sharma</strong></p>

<p>Pick a classic bold colour sari from your wardrobe or steal one from your mother's. Add on some heavy jhumkas and do not forget to tie your hair up in abun and beautify it with red roses just like Anushka Sharma. The roses and accessory will add more charm to tour last-minute outfit.</p>

Anushka Sharma

Pick a classic bold colour sari from your wardrobe or steal one from your mother's. Add on some heavy jhumkas and do not forget to tie your hair up in abun and beautify it with red roses just like Anushka Sharma. The roses and accessory will add more charm to tour last-minute outfit.

<p><b>Karisma Kapoor</b></p>

<p>A classic red saree never goes out of fashion. If you have nothing to wear just pick that saree and add some jewelry to give it a traditional look. You may keep your hair open or tie in a bun. Nothing compares to a woman dazzling in a classic red saree.</p>

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Karisma Kapoor

A classic red saree never goes out of fashion. If you have nothing to wear just pick that saree and add some jewelry to give it a traditional look. You may keep your hair open or tie in a bun. Nothing compares to a woman dazzling in a classic red saree.

 

<p><strong>Katrina Kaif</strong></p>

<p>Floral skirts in pale pastel colors add that fresh serene look to your Diwali outfit. Style it like Katrina, keep it monotone or simply wear a contrasting top. Nude makeup and sleek hair will fetch you a lot of compliments.</p>

Katrina Kaif

Floral skirts in pale pastel colors add that fresh serene look to your Diwali outfit. Style it like Katrina, keep it monotone or simply wear a contrasting top. Nude makeup and sleek hair will fetch you a lot of compliments.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Kareena Kapoor</strong></p>

<p style="text-align: justify;">Who said you can not wear a western outfit during Diwali days. Kareena loves all-white outfits. Here is she wearing a simple floral white top with messy hair and so can&nbsp;you. Pick that one fancy top from your collection and add some indo-western jewelery and voila you are ready.</p>

Kareena Kapoor

Who said you can not wear a western outfit during Diwali days. Kareena loves all-white outfits. Here is she wearing a simple floral white top with messy hair and so can you. Pick that one fancy top from your collection and add some indo-western jewelery and voila you are ready.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Deepika Padukone</strong></p>

<p style="text-align: justify;">Have a black Kurti? well, we all have teamed it up with white palazzo pants or leggings and carry a heavy dupatta to amp-up the traditional look.&nbsp;Heavy earrings, winged eyeliner, and bold or pink lips will do the rest of the talking.<br />
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Deepika Padukone

Have a black Kurti? well, we all have teamed it up with white palazzo pants or leggings and carry a heavy dupatta to amp-up the traditional look. Heavy earrings, winged eyeliner, and bold or pink lips will do the rest of the talking.
 

<p><strong>Shraddha Kapoor</strong></p>

<p>Channelise your inner Maharshtrain and wear a paithani or zari saree, tie your hair up in a bun put some gajra for a typical Maharashtrian look, and pair it up with smokey eyes and nude lips.<br />
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Shraddha Kapoor

Channelise your inner Maharshtrain and wear a paithani or zari saree, tie your hair up in a bun put some gajra for a typical Maharashtrian look, and pair it up with smokey eyes and nude lips.
 

<p><strong>Sonam Kapoor</strong></p>

<p>Monotone looks are always in so why not try for Diwali. Pick that old skirt from your wardrobe and team it up with a similar color top or buy a last-minute same colour one-piece. Wear some contrasting jewelry and bold lips to complete the look.</p>

Sonam Kapoor

Monotone looks are always in so why not try for Diwali. Pick that old skirt from your wardrobe and team it up with a similar color top or buy a last-minute same colour one-piece. Wear some contrasting jewelry and bold lips to complete the look.