Janmashtami is just around the corner and it's time you gear up for Lord Krishna's birth anniversary. The festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm in the northern part of India and its prominence is felt all over the nation. The festival is celebrated to mark Lord Krishna's birthday and for ladies, it's just another reason to rejoice and slay in their fashionable attire. It's essential that you pick the most delicate and a bit traditional design for the occasion for it will suit it well.
Though girls are self-learners and they don't really need any cues and teachings when it comes picking the right attires, yet borrowing some ideas is always a good idea. And if you're wondering to go a bit hatke this time, try and incorporate some styling ideas from our Bollywood stunners. Let Katrina Kaif, Janhvi Kapoor, Hina Khan, Disha Patani and Shraddha Kapoor teach you how to pick the right outfit and how to style it effectively. And to sort it further, we pick some of their best outings from the recent past that should solve all your queries. World Fashion Day 2019: From Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam Kapoor to Samantha Ruth Prabhu - Here's Naming a few Consistent Fashionistas of the Industry (View Pics).
Love Patiala suits? Then you don't need Baisakhi to pick them from your wardrobe. Pick a rather subtle colour like Ms Patani's and pair it with delicate jewellery and soft curls.
Are you a fan of this silhouette where you pair a skirt with matching or contract kurta? It's basically a classic gharara with a twist and you can accessorise by picking chunky jewellery or a pair of statement earrings like Hina!
A simple white Anarkali can never go out of style and Janhvi Kapoor is here to prove you why. Some colourful thread embroidery against a white background looks too pleasing for your eyes and you can never go wrong with the same. Pair it with a waterfall braid and just a pair of earrings and you should be sorted for the day.
It's Janmashtami and a simple yellow Indian outfit with embellishments is your ideal pick. You can pick a simple straight floor-length Kurti with colourful hem and pair it with matching dupatta to ditch your "salwars and churidars".
A pink traditional suit is bound to find a place in every girl's traditional wardrobe. No, we aren't stereotyping the gender but the colour is too fascinating to ignore, right? An Anarkali in the same colour is a treasure and we all must own one.
These attempts are clearly for the ones who hate any fuss around festive styling. The ones who prefer going simple but stylish should study these different looks and incorporate their styling mantra. Lastly, Happy Janmashtami to y'all.