Looking like a celeb is not always tough. Stay glammed this Diwali with outfits inspired by Celebrities and styled by fashion creator Puniti Chaudhary!
Everyone dreams of their Pallu getting stuck to the wrist of a charming soulmate, just like Bollywood has taught us! But to feel like a celeb, you need to dress up and show up as one. Keep the worries aside as Fashion creator Puniti Chaudhary shows three ways you can style your Diwali outfits inspired by celebrities!
Puniti Chaudhary is a fashion and beauty creator on Koo & is known for her styling and grooming tips, Puniti shows us how to dress up this Diwali like your favorite Celeb! The inputs and styling tips are all directly advised by Puniti herself.
This is Sara Ali Khan look. In this, she have paired a sharara, and a crop top with a cape. If you want to create this look, you can combine palazzo with any other suit, mix it with a crop top from your wardrobe, which is in contrast. And you can have a dupatta as a cape.
Makeup was kept minimal because the outfit was flashy, and of the dark pink colour. The same tone of foundation was used just to brighten the area around the eyes, chin area, and forehead, a little bit of concealer two tones lighter than her shade. On her eyes, she just applied a tone of shimmer from the eyeshadow, that bronzy colour, and kohl, which was very well merged in her eyes, and a nude lipstick with a very minimal blusher.
Rakul Preet’s white jumpsuit look along with a shrug or cape. Capes and shrugs are very much in trend right now, and they keep you cozy in this weather. If you’re conscious about your thick arms or any part you don’t want to reveal from the upper area, then capes really help you. They are in trend these days and everyone is wearing a cape. You can wear a cape with a saree, or a jumpsuit, or jeans and a t-shirt.
It’s a simple and elegant look. It’s the perfect look which gives a shine with white colour. She paired it with oxidized jewellery, a choker set, and black blingy juttis which complemented the outfit.
This is a Tara Sutaria look.Punita is a person of colours so she paired the Kurti, dupatta and dhoti from three different sets. She kept her jewellery, and hair very light so that her colourful outfit could stand out. White jewellery, white flower, and a white purse because white with colours gives you a very elegant look. It also adds value to the outfit.
She kept her hair sideways because she wanted to give a modern ethnic feel to the outfit.