Let Katrina Kaif Show You How To Ace Floral Prints This Summer
From refreshing dresses to statement-making traditional wear
If you’ve been following Katrina Kaif on Instagram, you’ll know there’s one print she can’t get over—florals. The timeless print that makes its way to every summer wardrobe is loved by all. From dresses to saris and lehengas, Katrina has aced floral prints on so many occasions. So why not take notes from her to ace this trend? If you’re looking for summer style inspo, look no further. The star is here to help.
Katrina kept it fun and fresh with a botanical-printed, sleeveless A-line dress. Smoky eyes, a natural lip shade and delicate bracelets finished her chic look.
Got a similar skater dress in your wardrobe? Then take a cue from Katrina on styling it. Layer it with a light bomber jacket in a shade picked from the outfit and accessorise it with dainty jewellery.
Attending an intimate wedding this season and want to keep it effortless? Pick a watercolour printed, fluid lehenga set with a strappy blouse—a perfect choice for summer.
A floral dress with a ruched effect in black and brown tones is an off-beat pick, but Katrina pulls it off. Gold hoops and black stilettos will pair well with the outfit.
Wondering how to elevate a printed sari? It's simple. Wear a sparkly blouse to do the deed and you're good to go.
Take the minimal route when you wear a statement-making dress, just like the Bollywood star. A glossy lip is enough to complete the look.
Turn to silver jewellery and contemporary silhouettes to upgrade your traditional look. Case in point: Katrina's combination of a black crop with a floral printed lehenga-dupatta set and an oxidised silver choker.
Take notes from the actor on styling your next brunch look. Opt for a floral midi dress and accessorise with B&W strappy, block heels.
Here's how you can ace the print-on-print trend with florals for Indian wear. Stick to the same tones, play with big and small prints, and add heavy jewellery in tones picked from the ensemble.
Amp up your pastel printed sari with a belt cinched at the waist and long earrings.