Who doesn’t love dressing up like their favourite Bollywood star? Be it Sonam Kapoor’s eclectic dressing or Kanagana Ranaut’s casual yet quirky style, Bollywood offers young fashionista’s a steady store of information and inspiration.
Recently, Shraddha Kapoor launched her fashion label, Imara, with interesting designs for the independent woman. Here are some new fashion trends from Bollywood actresses that have recently been making the waves.
The love for crop tops continues to grow
Crop tops have been worn plenty by Deepika Padukone, Sonakshi Sinha, and Sonam Kapoor and the craze for them is still there. Pair them with one of your long skirts and see how the ensemble changes, thanks to the smart close-cropped cut of the top.
Pant-suits are becoming very popular
At the trailer launch of Phantom, Katrina Kaif turned up in a smart blue pantsuit which made her look quite fashionable. These uniquely tailored androgynous outfits are slowly becoming the rage. The occasional bold prints and stripes on them give a striking look. Pant suits are also a strong symbol of power dressing.
Gowns continue to rule on the ramp
The recently conducted Fashion Extravaganza at IIFA 2015 saw prominent Bollywood actresses sashay in dignified gowns. While Aditi Rao Hydari stepped out in an attractive gown, Huma Qureshi wore a black, red, and gold creation. Even at the Cannes 2015 festival, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Sonam Kapoor wowed the crowd with their choice of gowns.
Maxi dresses combine fashion with comfort
Kangana Ranaut has shown us that a summer wardrobe is incomplete without a maxi dress. Bollywood celebrities, from Kareena Kapoor to Deepika Padukone have worn maxi dresses when setting out for casual events. The stars have shown us how it is important to choose a maxi dress based on the nature of your figure. Accessorize well and carry the right handbag to accentuate the effect of this casual garment.
The saree remains the ultimate fashion clothing
Bollywood celebrities have continued to light up the screen in sarees of different styles, and 2015 is no different. Be it the sheer georgette sarees or the more traditional heavy ones, Deepika Padukone, Vidya Balan and others have shown us that the saree remains a classic Indian wardrobe item.