Blossoms up: Five times Bollywood beauties kept it chic in florals

first_imgBollywood beauties are calling on spring with a burst of flowers on their sleeve, sari and blouse. Take a cue from them, and don’t hold back on this trend this season.Bold and beautifulHow do you prevent a floral print from resembling a flower print bedspread? Play with the styling, of course. Actress Sonam Kapoor wears this sari by Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla in an altogether unique manner, earning her bonus points for experimenting. The double pallu drape adds an interesting element to the granny-like print, while the low turtle neck blouse keeps it smart. Remember to wear a soft but bright coloured lipstick when sporting a pale colour.Also read: Eight looks of #Neerja star Sonam Kapoor that floored us completely Picture courtesy: Mail TodayTruly classicForget black this summer. Embrace ladylike shades for evening wear like Athiya Shetty does in this gown by Saiid Kobeisy. This sorbet yellow strapless dress boasts a subtle pattern on the torso as well as the flare, while the pleats of the fabric make sure that it doesn’t look too boring for the occasion. The young star gets points for wearing her hair in classic side waves – a trend that is gaining favour with B-towns’ brat pack. Simple jewellery and a plain gold clutch by Judith Leiber keep it smart.Picture courtesy: Mail TodayBlue beautyAlso read: Harper’s Bazaar Bride cover girl Priyanka Chopra talks about marriage, men and international stardomReminiscent of blue pottery flower patterns, Gauhar Khan wears this sari ensemble by Rabani and Rakha by keeping her mane simple and chic in a pulled back hairdo. The best way to rock a busy print is to ensure that your make-up and accessories are to a bare minimum. The embroidered jacket is mirrored in the drape underneath, and the net pallu softens it down to elegance.advertisementPicture courtesy: Mail TodayPlaying safeDesigner Nikasha’s autumn/winter 2015 collection with its Japanese-inspired flowers was pretty enough on the runway, and Tabu wears it well. The mustard hue is a sophisticated colour to pull off, and should be worn with balancing colours such as blue, white, brown and hints of black. Here, the actress plays it safe with this feminine blouse worn with salwar pants. The lipstick could have been a prettier tint, though.Picture courtesy: Mail TodayBright starBright does it for actress Radhika Apte, whose lehenga choli by Sonali Gupta make for an ideal daywear option. However, when going for a look with a busy print or embroidery, remember to let your make-up be clean and the lipper pick up a colour from the dress itself. In this case, the deep pink pout is a mismatch. Luckily, her hair is tied back in a sleek hairdo, thus saving the look.Picture courtesy: Mail Todaylast_img

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