Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
You must love the Bachchan bahu’s decision in saris. She took this Tarun Tahiliani creation from a grants show to mate Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s party to praise his National Film Award win for Bajirao Mastani.
Style tip: You can make even the plainest of sari party ready with an elegant shirt and striking accessories.
White on white, yes please! The Ki and Ka actress combined an applique skirt with a tied trimmed shirt for a promotional event for her most recent movie.
Style tip: When done right, white on white can be overpowering as well. So keep the accessories to the minimum and adhere to nude color palette. You can take this look from day to night, by swapping a pink lipstick to a dark red one.
Why go white when you can go monochrome? Sonam Kapoor rocked this Monique Lhuillier dress at a L’Oreal Paris occasion.
Style tip: Prints are the approach when you need to party dress that isn’t excessively. At whatever point in uncertainty, let red lipstick be your friend in need.
Aditi Rao Hydari
At this point the Wazir actress has built up herself as the ruler of Indo-Western chic. So when she wore this ivory Anarkali dress by Rimple and Harpreet Narula to Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s party, we overlooked the way that it was OTT, and focused on the sheer flawlessness of the outfit.
Style tip: Granted, Aditi’s floor length Anarkali was more suitable for a wedding than a gathering. She did, nonetheless, school us on the best way to give your outfit a chance to do all the talking by keeping the gems and cosmetics to the minimum.
The Roy actress is keeping the high-low fix pattern alive, and we cherish her for it!
Style tip: It’s the season to swap the minimal dark dress for the minimal white dress. Pair it with thick silver accessories and dark or white pumps, and you’re ready.