How about some Indo-western style! Sonakshi Sinha's Amit Aggarwal fusion sari is a fiery pick for the festivals.
Be it weddings or festivals, red is the ultimate shade we swear by. Bollywood and TV fashionistas are also diving deep into the red hot fever this year. Fashion101 #DressLikeTheStars brings to you another ethnic mania for your Navratris, Durga Puja and Diwali.
Red chiffon saris, red floor-sweeping anarkalis, red embroidered lehengas are the forerunners in the festive marathon. Give a shot to the ruling 'red and gold' combo this year.
While Kareena Kapoor Khan, Deepika Padukone showed us how to rock red saris,Mouni Roy made a plain red lehenaga super chic. Recreate the stylish ethnic looks of the celebs and celebrate the festivities in the king of all colours.
Raveena Tandon in a red anarkali
A red anarkali is the easiest way to dazzle in any occasion. Keep the look simple pairing it with golden earrings and add may be a necklace.
Kangana Ranaut in a Sabyasachi lehenga on Harper's Bazaar Bride cover
A maangtikka, earrings and necklace are vital to style this red choli with a plunging neckline and subtle lehenga.
If you want to keep it simple, go for a red cotton sari with a broad golden border. This is ideal for pandal hopping or a puja function.
Deepika Padukone in a Sabyasachi lehenga and sari
While you can style the sari with a choker necklace and earrings, try out a more stylish approach towards the floral lehenga set by adding a gajra to the look. The brocade crop top and skirt with golden border is easy to recreate, so call your tailor master today.
Anita Hassanandani in a red sari
Add a lil' jazz to your festive look by opting for a one-shoulder brocade blouse design and keeping the sari restricted to a zari border. Style it like Anita with a maangtikka and neckpiece.
Aishwarya Rai in a Sabyasachi red sari
This designer sari is easy to replicate as you only have to gather the perfect gota patti for border for your plain red sari. Gold accessories work perfectly for the festive look along with a gajra.