The Republic Day is to remember when India's constitution came into force on January 26, 1950, completing the country's transition toward becoming an independent republic. This Republic Day, pay tribute to the glorious hues of the National flag, saffron, green and white. In the tricolour, the top band is of saffron colour that indicates the strength and courage of the country. The middle band is white which indicates peace and truth with Dharma Chakra at the centre. The last band is green which indicates the fertility, growth and auspiciousness of the land. Go monotone or go all out with the tricolours, just like Kangana Ranaut, Rakul Preet Singh, Vidya Balan and Kalki Koechlin. Blend in one or two colours, just like Urvashi Rautela.
Here's how you can steal a page out of the celebrity-approved style book.
Opt for the trusty, subtle hue - white or ivory-like Kangana Ranaut draped a Suta saree with a pair of juttis, earrings, a tote bag, bunched up hair and subtle makeup.
Saffron and its related hues were aced to perfection by Vidya Balan and Rakul Preet Singh with their ethnic ensembles. Vidya's Gaurang Shah saree was complemented with subtle makeup, a low back hairdo and a potli bag.
Rakul wore a Shloka Khialani embroidered coral toned Anarkali with soft wavy hair, subtle makeup and minimal jewellery.
Kalki Koechlin sports a striped green ethnic Raw Mango creation with jewellery by Amrapali, braided hairdo and subtle makeup.
Urvashi Rautela teams a white shirt with a voluminous green skirt by Aanchal Chanda. Shimmery heels, earrings, a ponytail and subtle makeup complete her look.
Top to toe tricolour ensembles in ethnic style is the most loved vibe to revisit. Which of these styles are your go-to vibes for the Republic Day? Let us know by dropping in a comment. Until then stay tuned to LatestLY Lifestyle Fashion for more such snazzy updates.