Autumn Celebrity Dressing: Dresses, kurtas, gowns and much more to catch out

“I always look forward to the holidays because I love dressing up in festive, shimmery evening dresses.” India’s festive season is officially here and Bollywood celebrities are all set to impress us with their never-ending classy and sassy looks. From several western outfits to some unmissable ethnic ensembles you need to catch them out to upgrade your wardrobe for coming season. Going the traditional route is one of the best ways to get festive vibes and to get a different look from every day casual looks. But apart from festive dresses, celebrities were found wearing casual dresses and you need to vote autumn celebrity dressing style, you liked it or not? Check out celebrity looks in case if you have missed them.

Shilpa Shetty was playing with polka dots in black dress and heels. Dia Mirza added a fun element to her look by topping off one light kurta with another, letting the embroidered hemline of her first kurta peek out from under the top layer. The mint green kurtas were worn with matching pyjama-style trousers paired with embellished juttis and jade necklace. Kalki Koechlin opted for not-so-basic stripes in bold colours like green and blue by Nupur Kanoi. Meghan Markle was spotted at Fiji’s Nausori Airport in a pristine Zimmermann midi with a high round neck, full sleeves and flared skirt.

Janhvi Kapoor never disappoints with her OOTDs, whether she’s walking the red carpet for an event recently she was spotted in a voluminous silk blouse, worn with high-waist black trousers by Louis Vuitton. Kareena Kapoor Khan’s latest look was all about going casual in denim separates. The actor ditched sneakers and flip-flops to complete her look and went with glossy black boots.

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