Eid-al-Adha or Bakrid as we popularly know is just around the corner and girls are busy picking the right attire for this festive season. From elegant lehengas to traditional shararas, women have so much variety when it comes to exploring designs and silhouettes for their personal wardrobe. Of course, the
choice varies with each age bracket and while mums may choose a perfect six yards, girls would eye an indo-western option. But the question that worries all is how to style them aptly and if it's really an uphill task. Eid al-Adha 2019: Shah Rukh Khan Loves his Pathanis and Here's How you Can Borrow some of his Styling Tips This Bakrid.
This Bakri Eid, you better thank your stars and these Gen-Next actresses to help you solve your styling issues. From ditching jewellery to picking the right colour palette, you can borrow some essential style cues from these fresh faces that are emerging fashionistas of Bollywood. To help you understand better, let's have a quick look at Janhvi Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan, Tara Sutaria, Ananya Pandey and Suhana Khan's personal styling that's easy and fuss-free. Eid Al-Adha 2019: Divyanka Tripathi, Mouni Roy, Shraddha Arya and Drashti Dhami Are Here to Give Us Style Inspo for Bakrid!
A simple but bright Anarkali dress paired with a matching jacket - either long or short will do wonders for you. You can pick a pair of classic, traditional earrings that will help you enhance your look further.
Sara Ali Khan
A white, heavily embroidered A-line dress is perfect for those who hate Anarkalis. The outfit looks rich and is comparatively easy to carry. Pair it with statement ear studs and let your loose tresses grab all the eyeballs.
Crop tops and skirts are a big rage in the Indian markets currently. Of course, your choli won't be as short as Ananya's in this picture but you'll get a fair idea about its styling. Pick a colourful skirt or ghagra (if you love its volume) and pair it with a golden crop top (length as suitable for you) to get a rather charming result. Though the SOTY 2 actress has ditched all the chunky jewellery, you may opt for traditional jhumkas and bangles.
Pink is every girl's favourite colour and though the thought sounds too cliche, there are girls who swear by it. A simple pink embellished blouse paired with matching pants and jacket is a lethal combination. The colour choices may vary of course.
This is strictly for those who prefer going slightly overboard with their styling. A classic and embellished ghaghra choli will work even for some future occasions if you don't mind repeating your outfits. We suggest you pick some jewellery to go with your #OOTD though.