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Alia Bhatt to Deepika Padukone: When Celebrities Found Desi Love in Velvet Sets

Getting the style game that turns heads isn’t a complex process, it’s something we figured out after taking a close look at ethnic outfits designed with velvet. Truly a plush suitor that elevates any outfit with its glamor and makes it wearable when you are looking for a look that is both comfortable and chic. We have a montage that shows how the divas of B-town nailed them all.

Suitable for the winter season which is not too far from now. Looking like a royal star, Sara Ali Khan chose a powder pink flared high neck kurta with full sleeves. She paired it with matching palazzo pants and golden juttis. The standout element of the whole look was the embroidery which was neatly woven together, which brought the whole look together. This can be a great choice for festivities and the bonus here is that it doesn’t require any props.

Designed to be the perfect last minute outfit choice for a guest attending an engagement. The blue Anita Dongre kurta ensemble featured gota Patti work which gave an opulent look. Karisma Kapoor clubbed him with matching blue pants and a dotted dupatta and trademark edging. With strappy heels and on-trend earrings, a glamorous number has become our instant favorite.

Isn’t this shade exceptionally pleasing to the eyes? Get this brown sharara set from Sabyasachi to take you to more of a traditional event. Beautifully enhanced with gold embroidery, Alia Bhatt paired her short strappy kurta with sharara pants and an organza dupatta. Gold earrings effortlessly completed this ethnic look.

If only it was raining all yellow every day so you could color your wardrobe so bright and loud! Don’t limit this shade to just one mehndi or haldi feature, wear it to a wedding or reception. It can be versatile if you let it. We’re obsessed with Deepika Padukone’s Sabyasachi kurta which she wore with matching pants and a stellar dupatta with gold embroidery. To keep the outfit’s majestic look, complement it with accessories like jhumkas and bracelets. Don’t want to wear juttis? Get your pointed toe pumps to compensate.

For the girl who likes more colors. Janhvi Kapoor created an eye-soothing look in a Manish Malhotra ombre saree, all embellished with shades of green. Gold embroidery and tassels certainly added that touch to the stunning drape, but the dark green sleeveless blouse added a touch of luxury. After the costume was her jewelry.

Your desi style planners will seem incomplete without a set of lehenga. Here’s where Kiara Advani’s black Manish Malhotra lehenga can serve as a tip. Made of both mesh and velvet, the embroidered combo consists of a corset top and a high waisted skirt. A tiered studded necklace and earrings enveloped the outfit best worn at a reception.

Which look do you prefer? Let us know in the comments below.

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