Movies never fail to inspire us. Whether it’s Salman’s iconic hairstyle from ‘Tere Naam’ or Preity Zinta’s nerdy glasses from ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’, we always mirror our celebrities in some way or the other. For us women, the best way to copy celebs is to wear attires similar to them! Let’s read how to get your Salwar stitched-Bollywood Ishtyle! Having said that, please keep in mind which salwars would suit your body type.
Old School Style: Sadhna’s Churidar Kurtas
This is one of the most iconic looks of the yesteryears. Sadhana’s style was copied by eager female fans all over the country. Her tight-fitting kurtas became popular all around. The good thing is; this style is still very much in vogue. You would thus see a lot of women flaunting this style time and again. Vintage and old school styles are coming around in a big way and it is not too late to have your Sadhana suit stitched. Make sure you take the correct fittings before getting it stitched because these are tight fitting and will not look good if the fitting is off.
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Colour Splash: Babli’s ensemble
You can’t ignore Bunty and Babli. Especially because Babli has such a colourful ensemble going on! Rani Mukherjee played Babli’s role with élan and managed to look great even in a riot of colours. Combing Kurtis and Patialas with some of the brightest colours, she managed to look great even when she was running from the cops! To get your suit stitched like this, make sure you ask your tailor for very contrasting colours and beautiful Indian embroidery and designs.
Gorgeous Avatar: Piggy Chops Style
Priyanka Chopra has always been the kind of fashion icon everyone looks up to. Whether she is rocking her look in leather pants or in salwars, she has always looked good. Priyanka usually carries off anarkalis very well. One of the best looks she has donned is for a fashion line called ‘Heroine’. Her salwars are regal and intricately designed.
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Fun and Flirty: Kareena’s Jab We Met Avatar
It was Geet from Jab We Met who propelled Kareena to stardom. Fun, flirty and fresh, Geet’s look was all about colours! Geet’s colourful and embroidered salwars and patialas are still a rage. Though most of her ensembles were designed by Manish Malhotra, you can still take cues from her look and get gold, embroidery and sequins work out for a colourful suit.
Colour Blocking Boss: Anushka Rules
Anushka Sharma’s clothes in Band Baaja Baraat are perfect examples of colour blocking. This style is still in vogue and brightly-coloured salwars are all over town. If you want to have some colour blocked salwars in your closet, make sure you take a cue from Anushka. Most of her ensembles have two very contrasting colours. The good thing about her any of her salwars is that they would have some or the other detail of one of the colours. You can also ask your tailor to add some gold hues for a more festive look.
Anarkalis galore: Pareeniti Chopra in a regal look
Anarkalis are back with a bang. While most of us believe that Anarkalis are mostly meant for weddings, Parineeti’s look debunked this. Her look in Dawaat-E-Ishq brought Anarkalis in a new light. If you want Anarkalis which you would love to wear in event other than weddings, then you should surely get your anarkalis stitched in Gullu’s style. Keep in mind that you can design them in bold colours and add hues of gold to make your salwars look glam.
So there you go! You have a wide range of flattering Salwar Kameez Neck Designs as well to choose from. We have given you some great ideas to get your Salwar stitched Bollywood style.