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5 Style Lessons On How To Wear Sparkle Ft. Janhvi Kapoor

By Ruman Baig  March 10th, 2021

Janhvi Kapoor may belong to the no-side-part, skinny-jean hating Generation Z, but her style is a balanced mix of retro-chic with a hint of modern glam that works for everyone. One look at her Instagram, and you will understand her love for the old-school shimmering six yards and the 90’s chain-mail. Janhvi knows how to work the sparkle the right way without going OTT.

Tracing back to some of her best shimmer and shine looks, here are our five takeaways on how to nail a glittering garment.

1. Tame The Shine

 

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Recently, the young actor was spotted in a backless chain-mail halter top which was styled with a highlighter-hued pair of pink pants. Instead of going all out with an overall metallic look, she played it smart without playing it safe by adding a touch of popping colour.

2. Play Up The Plain Jane

 

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A simple chiffon sari is perfect for a Bollywood dance number in the mountains, but if you want to make a statement IRL, club it with a dainty sequinned blouse just like Janhvi did.

3. Balance The Black 

 

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A little stone-studded LBD (or gown) never hurt anybody. If you want to amp up your all-black outfit game, opt for a partially embellished silhouette. It retains the understated feel you were going for, but with an additional edge.

4. Skip The Jewellery 

 

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What do you do when you wear a head-to-toe metallic ensemble? You let it remain the focal point of your look by ditching the accessories.

5. Tone-On-Tone And Jewel Stone 

 

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If you plan on wearing a fully embellished look, there’s an intelligent way of doing it without making it look excessive. Take a cue from Janhvi, who teamed her monotone embellished gold lehenga with a multi-coloured stone-encrusted blouse. Instead of going for an overall matching embroidered attire, break it up by experimenting with different surface ornamentation in one single look.