Lohri is a popular winter Punjabi folk festival, celebrated primarily by Sikhs and Hindus from the Punjab region in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. It is believed that the festival commemorates the passing of the winter solstice and marks the end of winter and extends a traditional welcome of longer days and the sun's journey to the northern hemisphere. Like any other festival, this one too is characterized by the vibrancy of colourful attire sported by men, women, and children. In addition to a wide array of food, music and dance revelries, ensure that you step your best foot forward, a fashionable one at that and ring in the fervour of this festival by stealing some celebrity-approved styles. While traditional styles are constantly updated by some twists and tweaks, contemporary cuts, silhouettes and fabrics, B-townies and their fashion stylists carefully curate festive styles too. With minimalism being a much-loved vibe, even for festivities, there are a plethora of ensembles to flaunt this festive season. Happy Lohri 2020 HD Images and Wallpapers in Punjabi: WhatsApp Stickers, Messages, GIFs and Greetings to Send Lohri Ki Lakh Lakh Vadhaiyan!
Rich, deeper hues are a staple. You could opt for simpler designs in bolder colours or go all out with ensembles featuring intricate embroidered detailing. Traditionally, a Patiala suit is a favourite but with fashion being fluid and easy, one can opt for a kurta-skirt combination or team palazzo pants with a kurti. For those who shirk away from bold hues, pastels are perfect and allow you to retain individuality in the vibrant crowd. Here is a closer look at how to get into the festive fervour and flaunt a fail-proof style.
A lime toned but simple Raw Mango creation sported by Sayani Gupta could be your go-to festive style. We love how she has amped up the look with an opulent neckpiece, a handbag, juttis and sleek hair with nude makeup.
Doing a pretty pink style in an Ossa ensemble, Mithila keeps it simple but aces it with statement earrings, signature curls and minimal makeup.
Pretty pastel tones break the monotony of bright hues, Sara Ali Khan gives you the perfect festive style to steal. Juttis, non-fussy hair and minimal makeup are the accompaniments.
Shilpa Shetty keeps the mood with an embroidered Patiala suit by Sukriti and Aakriti featuring a strappy kurta. A low back bun, minimal makeup, and a single kada complete her look.
For the high-flying diva in you, Samantha Ruth Prabhu lends a perfect festive avatar of a Raw Mango creation teamed with chunky jewelry, strappy stilettoes, a ponytail and subtle makeup.
Dabble in chicness, just like Sonakshi Sinha wearing an Itr Ho creation featuring an organza chanderi kurta and a printed ghagra. Chunky silver oxidized jewellery, wavy hair and subtle makeup complete her vibe.
Keep it simple and chic, like Juhi Chawla wearing an Anita Dongre creation featuring a kurta-skirt combination and upped by wavy hair and minimal makeup.
Up your style with an equally stunning beauty game by experimenting with makeup or hair. Chunky jewellery or a statement piece can add an A+ to your ensemble. Also, swap those killer stilettoes for some comfortable and stylish juttis. Indulge in the revelries, do some gidda and have fun! Happy Lohri!