Bollywood Provides You With The Indianwear Inspiration You Need This Festive Season

9 times Bollywood celebs have inspired us to dress-up for our festive soirees

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  • Malaika Arora marries tradition with modernity in an embellished, navy, velvet jacket and toosh dhoti-pants by designers AMPM.

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  • She opts for a more feminine vibe in an antique gold, layered, sequin and cutdana sari and cutwork blouse by designer Seema Khan. 

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  • Kareena Kapoor Khan provides the perfect inspiration for those of us who want to look festive without wearing an outfit that is heavily embellished, by opting for a Gota woven lehenga and Kalamkari dupatta by Nazm-e-Itrh.

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  • Katrina Kaif goes fully glam for the IIFA awards in gold, sequinned Manish Malhotra outfit, the perfect choice for those who want to get noticed.

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  • Sonam K Ahuja's printed Masaba sari is the perfect choice for those who want to add a more contemporary feel to their Indianwear. 

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  • Priyanka Chopra Jonas's polka-dot Sabyasachi sari is a fun and on-trend way to channel a more vintage vibe.

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  • Similarly, this printed floral number (also by Sabyasachi) creates an air of old-world charm. 

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  • Meanwhile, Tara Sutaria provides the perfect inspiration on how to look traditionally festive in a yellow, mirrored outfit she donned for a Garba function. 

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  • Sonakshi Sinha's all white, threadwork Manish Malhotra outfit is a great option for those who want to opt for a more sophisticated feel and keep it traditional at the same time.

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