Though the pandemic of COVID-19 is here to stay for a while, it failed to dampen the zest of the most awaited festival, Ganesh Chaturthi. Bringing Bappa home, our telly town’s dapper men and divas paved way for festivities on a glamourous note.
For those who are wondering how to dress up minimally yet on-point for this year’s small scale affair, we suggest you take a look at our stylish celebs and take notes were needed!
SHWETA TIWARI- PALAK TIWARI
Whatever the occasion, this mother-daughter duo never fails to give us festive #OOTD goals and this time was no different either. Paining an elegant picture in ethnic suits, they surely made for a pretty sight.
Shefali shelled out some major festive vibes with her two smashing anarkali looks. For one of the events, she opted for shimmery ethnic wear and teamed it up with a contrasting pink dupatta.
For her next change, she flaunted a hot pink anarkali that bore embroidered details. A pair of statement-making danglers accentuated her ethnic look furthermore. With a subtle glam and poker-straight hairdo, she rounded off her look.
Aamna made a quirky statement in her peplum kurta and dhoti pants from Gopi Vaid designs and we are digging the vibes. Those silver jhumkis elevated her spunky desi look furthermore.
Anita painted an elegant picture in a popping pink floral kurta and paired them with dhoti pants. Keeping her glam understated, she finished her look with embellished juttis and statement-making danglers.
Serving us back to back looks to drool upon, Debina made sure all eyes were on her. Her bandhani, tiered- sharara from Kalki Fashions was elevated with a pair of earrings, bold pink lips and tousled tresses.
For Pooja, she opted for a hand-painted Rajasthani block print saree and minimal accessory.
Ankita made for our perfect Marathi mulgi in a traditional saree accessorized with pearl-encrusted nath and earrings, a waist chain and a tiny chandrakor. An understated glam and a curly bun completed her look. Gosh, so pretty!
Ladies, if you wish to go for an understated yet impactful look, take notes from Surbhi. Jyoti opted for a subtle look in a white floral anarkali and a pastel pink dupatta.
Nia went full throttle desi in a colour block ethnic lehenga from Salian. Statement Azotiique danglers elevated her traditional look furthermore. With her signature bold lips and a pulled back ponytail, she completed her look.
Here’s looking at some telly town couples who shelled out some fashion-couple goals for everyone out there:
PASTEL GLORY FT DIVYANKA TRIPATHI- VIVEK DAHIYA
RAVI DUBEY- SARGUN MEHTA
VATSAL SETH- ISHITA DUTTA