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Alia Bhatt – Redefining the Modern Ethnicity


When we talk about classy fashion and impeccable sense of style, Alia Bhatt is one name we all will agree on. Be it her movie promotions, award shows or her BFF’s wedding functions, we have been fortunate to see her exquisite traditional looks and the last few months are hard to not to remember. She has laid hands on ethnic masterpieces and we can’t help but announce her as the ethnic trendsetter. She has been effortlessly donning glamorous lehengas, indo-western outfits, suits and more, all decked up as a traditional diva.

In fact, let me show you some of those looks which have compelled me to write this article dedicated to her ethnic fashion choices:

1. The one in shiny golden

I’m sure you’ll very well recall this look of Alia when she stepped in for Shloka and Akash Ambani’s pre-wedding engagement party. The actress wore a glittery golden lehenga-choli by a famous designer. She allowed her dress to do the talking while she chose to keep her makeup and hair light ─ simply perfect!

Alia in shiny golden lehenga-choli

2. The one in bright green

Alia’s look for Sonam Kapoor’s reception will undoubtedly be remembered for all the right reasons. Carrying the neon green with such class, she made us all nostalgic of the long forgotten colour. She paired the Sabyasachi lehenga with diamond jewellery, keeping her hair and makeup light, ideally presenting a beautiful combination of simplicity and brightness.

Alia’s look for Sonam Kapoor’s reception in bright green

3. The one in classic white

Ah! The royal and classic woman in white. She wore this famous designer’s embroidered ivory piece at the IIFA red carpet leaving us all stunned of the classiness she brought up with this look. Not to mention, we all loved her light makeup paired with a high bun, taking the standards of elegance to the stratosphere.

4. The one in shimmering grey

Another ‘Alia-in-ethnic’ look which we loved was this shimmery and sequenced grey saree from our favourite wardrobe collection. Unlike the usual, this time she went for smokey eyes along with a little bindi (quite a combination, isn’t it?) giving us major goals for bridesmaid look, she truly made our eyes go glit glit glittery.

Alia-in-ethnic, shimmering grey

5. The one in shiny yellow

This floor-length Anarkali piece made yellow the colour of the season for us. For a day event, we couldn’t think of any better colour than this. Alia truly mesmerized us with the brightness she had, both on her face and dress, making a complete justice to this brightening outfit from Manish Malhotra collection.

Alia in shiny yellow floor-length Anarkali piece

6. The one in pink

Alia look which we adored was this pink and white saree designed by her favourite designer. The embroidered saree with golden prints looked absolutely stunning when paired with heavy jhumkas and gajra (who wouldn’t like that?) The actress carried the conventional traditional look with such poise, making us fall in love with sarees and gajra all over again.

Alia in pink and white saree.

7. The one in orange

Undoubtedly, Alia looked drop-dead gorgeous in this pretty Anarkali. But, what caught our attention most was the green earrings she paired well with a low bun. Well! Only she could have dared to pair green with orange and white, and look so breathtaking!

Alia looked drop-dead gorgeous in  pretty Anarkali

P.S. Which Alia look did you like the most and when are you wearing a similar one? Get some of these stunning pieces from the Sareez online store and make a mark. While Alia continues to turn heads with her mesmerizing outfits, you can do it as well providing what outfits your purchase and from where! It’s time to shine! Shine on…

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