Whether it's your first or your first Diwali at in-laws, Karva Chauth, or a Pooja you’ve kept at your home praying for well-wishes of your family, ethnics always play a special role for women across the world. It is therefore inevitable that an overwhelming feeling finds a home in you, as you wish to look your best, but instead end up unprepared, and anxious. The significance and need to look your best never goes away, right?
We understand that!
So, to help you ensure you look your best, we've curated a look-book inspired by your favorite celebrities for your celebrations. From choosing the perfect ensemble to which footwear and earpieces to don, our in house fashion experts have it all covered.
Let’s get on with it, shall we ?
Alia Bhatt’s Sartorial White Saree
When it comes to Bhatt’s choices of Indian handlooms, it’s evident that a saree is a thoughtful investment for one’s wardrobe and can be draped in various fun ways. Like Bhatt, we’d recommend a statement blouse, hair tied to a glorious bun. And Chandbalis please. This particular look pairs a white Jamdani saree with statement earrings, a sleek bun, minimal makeup and a pair of beige high heels.
Mira Kapoor's Blush Pink Anarkali
In this blush anarkali by Ridhi Mehra, Mira’s outfit, which, btw has a name, Posie, is a beautiful silk ruched Anarkali drenched in a lovely light onion pink hue (commonly known as the Pyaazu color in the Indian Subcontinent).
The bodice is delicately embroidered with floral threadwork making the design sublime. To contrast with the heaviness of the garment, the look is completed with a net dupatta. Soft makeup in neutral tones and a small bindi concludes her exquisite countenance.
Aditi Rao Hydari's Red Silk Saree
There is no range of ethnics, Hydari hasn't excelled. From Kanjeevaram Silks to heavy handwoven chanderis, her fondness for Sarees is eternal. But when she donned an ethnic ensemble in red shade, sorcery happens. If you’ve been procrastinating buying a beautiful Red Saree, take this as your sign and add a gorgeous Red Saree to your cart, right away.
A well known attribute of Kanjeevaram Sarees, in Aditi’s saree too, the handwoven silhouette is embellished with patterns of exquisite peacocks on its gold zari border. Ditching the conventional similar shade for blouse, Aditi decided to portray her beautiful brilliance, and she further went with a multi-coloured brocade blouse by Madhulika Kapilavayi to round it off. Featuring a sweetheart neckline with a contrasting green border, her blouse’s three-quarter sleeves were crafted with panels of yellow, green and red brocade with small floral butis.
She styled the overall look with crimson shade lips, a subtle choker with similar shades as that of the garment, and kept her hairs open.
Red ensures your face card never declines, so it's time you get one Red Saree added to your cart. At Albeli Ekam, we have plenty of options to choose from, by the way, so your search for a beautiful Red Saree ends here.
Katrina Kaif's Jade Green Saree
The actor’s fondness for the designer can be stemmed from the fact that she relied on the Kolkata based couturier in December 2021 when she was indulged in her wedding nuptials with Vicky Kaushal. From her bridal pastel sari to classic ones, Kaif particularly has had a number of not-so-basic drapes up her sleeve.
Traveling towards her desi-discourse, Kaif took her saree look up a notch by donning its see-through sheer version. In a stunning jade green hue, the body of the garment was accented with small sequinned butis and contrasted with splashes of pink as floral motifs.
Kaif decided to keep an open hairdo alongside smoky eyes, sand we’d recommend the same for you. The smokey-narrative turns your countenance fierce, and festive, all at once.
A sultry saree and strappy blouse, like Kaif’s, is all you need for your Karva Chauth/Pooja/Reception celebration. Instead of the tried-and-tested blush pinks and ivories, jade green is an amazing option for you to consider, if you plan to ditch the mundane. Round it off with the trending Platform heels, and indulge into the “All eyes are on you moment”. Keep your earring subtle so you let the net embroidery speak its course.
If you are looking to weave sartorial tales with your ethnic garments, a Net Saree is a perfect choice. At Albeli Ekam, we have a handpicked collection of Net Party Wear Sarees, we’re sure you’d fancy. We’d be looking forward to your #OOTDs snaps