Karwa Chauth is around the corner. So, prepare your Karwa Chauth look for this year from getting inspired by your favourite Bollywood stars.
By Sonali Sachdeva
If you aren’t the one who likes red, you can easily opt for Mira Rajput’s Karwa Chauth look. She had donned a pink ‘bandhani’ saree in fuchsia and red colours to celebrate auspicious day.
Shilpa's traditional wardrobe is on point and one should definitely consider her look. She wore a red saree with gold ‘buttis’ paired with a ‘chooda’ and ‘jhumkas’.
You can recreate Piggy Chop’s Karwa Chuath look with a satin pink saree and a heavily embellished gold blouse. Keep your accessories minimal and only wear blood red bangles.
Create Anushka’s look with a chiffon saree in red colour and floral patterns. Pair it with ‘chaandbaalis’ and ‘sindoor’. Then make a low hair bun, which you can accentuate with red flowers.
Make a subtle Karwa Chauth look like the gorgeous actrees, Bipasha Basu. Wear an orange silk kurta set. Accessorise it with 'jhumkas', matching bangles and a red ‘bindi’.
Kajol’s sexy Karwa Chauth look can be recreated without any hassle. Take a simple red saree with a gold scalloped border and style it with a noodle strapped blouse.
Not a fan of sarees and suits? Then opt for a vibrant lehenga and ‘choli’ just like Soha Ali Khan. She opted for a pink ‘Banarasi’ silk skirt with a golden ‘choli’ and pink 'dupatta'.
Sonali Bendre’s minimal look is absolutely easy to create. Pair your traditional red silk saree with gold jewellery for Karwa Chauth. Go subtle with your makeup and you are set for the occasion.
Create the ‘pataka-kudi’ look like Raveena Tandon. Wear a red ‘sharara’ set that bores a heavy gold border with a scalloped hem. Then complete your look with golden ‘maang-teeka’ and heavy earrings.
Here’s an elegant look you can create inspired by Neeti Mohan. Starting with the outfit, choose a pink crimson saree along with a heavy embroided golden blouse. Pair it with diamond jewellery.
Here’s a Divya Kumar Khosla's inspired look for you. Opt for a basic red 'salwar-kameez' with 'gota' work. Style it with open straight-hair.
Sanjay Kapoor's wife Maheep Kapoor’s Karwa Chauth look is flawless and can easily be created with a red coloured silk ‘kurti’ and heavily designed ‘salwar’.
Style your Karwa Chauth look with a blood-red ‘sharara’ set like Neelam Kothari’s, and pair it with just simple gold earrings and ‘kadas’.
Ace your Karwa Chuath look by taking inspiration from the late actress, Sridevi’s 2016 Karwa Chauth look. Opt for a brocade saree and semi-sleeved blouse. Pair it with a ‘kundan’ necklace.