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Posted at: Jan 13, 2019, 7:40 AM; last updated: Jan 13, 2019, 7:40 AM (IST)

Let’s dress up for Lohri

Lohri has always been associated with the soil of Punjab and Punjabi culture. We are here to give you some styling tips for the festival…

Go glam

Take cues from Sonam Kapoor. The Bollywood fashion diva, who looked gorgeous in a beige regal Anarkali with golden embroidery and heavy jewellery-earrings and maangteeka, stole the show with her glam look. Braided hair made the entire look traditionally opulent yet stylish. 

Ethnic sensation

Vidya Balan knows how to pull off an ethnic look. For the evening, she wore a beautiful golden Anarkali dress with a printed dupatta. She had on a minimal make-up look and her hair was tied up. 

Saree magic

Kangana Ranaut looked ethereal as she wore a shimmery Tarun Tahiliani saree with a kundan and heavy pearl choker. If you wish to be comfortable yet stylish for Lohri celebrations, then his can be the perfect outfit.

Simply beautiful

Sara Ali Khan is definitely a style diva. We love how she teamed a light blue kurti with a chequered dupatta print in a darker shade of blue. With basic flat embroidered footwear and no accessories, this girl still manages to look fresh and beautiful. If you wish to go light this Lohri, then you can refer this look!

Silk affair

Alia Bhatt looks stunning in this green kameez and lehenga style outfit made of raw silk. This outfit looks royal and doesn’t even need accessorising. Simple hair and make-up to suit the colour of the outfit can be your best for a Lohri celebration.

Mix and match

Neha Dhupia looks unreal in a green choli- lehenga and a pink beautiful dupatta. We love the colours and the style. You can mix and match this with a coloured dupatta and tie your hair with minimum accessories. 

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