Let These Bollywood Celebs Show You How To Ace Co-Ord Sets This Festive Season


Of pujas and laddoos, diyas and lehengas, the season of ‘all things festive’ is just around the corner. For festivities this year, ditch the traditional styles and opt for Indianised co-ord sets –  the next big trend that has been brewing. While the easy-breezy contemporary twin sets have been here for a while, it’s the ethnic co-ord sets that have piqued our interest.

They are so effortlessly chic, versatile and easy to style. Evidently, they make a great investment for your festive closet and it also has the stamp of approval from your favourite celebrities. Here’s our edit of the top 7 looks you can bookmark for the busy months of soirees ahead.

1. Taapsee Pannu in Varun Bahl

Taapse Pannu opted for this indo-western breezy set paired with a matching jacket by Varun Bahl for a getaway, but you can easily incorporate it in your festive wardrobe.  It’s a great addition a low-key Diwali party.

2. Aditi Rao Hyadri in Raw Mango

This hand-woven brocade co-ord set by Raw Mango in a stunning cast of deep sea green gives us all the inspiration for our diwali outfit this year. The rani pink peek-a-boo lining adds that extra element of fun to this monotone look.

3. Sonakshi Sinha in House of Masaba

A perfect curation of prints and style, this fusion ensemble, layered with a jacket promises to be a perfect fit for all the long card party nights. Pair it with rustic jewellery and play up on the boho-chic element.

4. Karisma Kapoor in Anamika Khanna

Florals are always in season and it has Karisma kapoor’s vote of approval. For this particular look, she chose an Anamika Khanna printed skirt and knotted-blouse set and paired it with statement earrings to complement it further.

5. Shilpa Shetty in Reeti Arneja

This purple tie-dye co-ord sari set, completed with oxidised jewellery is so à la mode with its tribal embellishments and boho aesthetics. The outfit clearly is the epitome of ‘Sari not Sorry’ here!

6. Kirti Kulhari in Label Alamelu

This handwoven ikat shirt combined with trousers is a traditional take on power dressing. Team it with a pair of boots, minimal jewellery and you’re good to go.

7. Nushrratt Bharuccha in Sonaakshi Raaj

The embroidered flared plants and halter neck top make for an interesting combination if you want to opt for a risque yet festive look.


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