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Posted at: Mar 14, 2018, 12:45 AM; last updated: Mar 14, 2018, 12:45 AM (IST)

Sheer charm

Take a cue from our Bollywood divas and live up to the magic of white this summer

March 14 is celebrated as ‘White Day’ in several countries including South Korea, Vietnam, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China. In India, with summers setting in, white is the most wanted colour to beat the heat. Whites are subtle, chic and very comfortable in summer. Many a times we have seen the B-town stars rocking the white trend with immense grace and glamour. Here’s a look at some white trends:

Pretty prints

Alia Bhatt is the young heartthrob of Bollywood and has made a mark for herself, and her contemporary style is loved by a lot of young girls. A simple yet elegant white kurta with flower prints works just the best!

Mono act

Go all white just like Sonam Kapoor. A simple white anarkali with a white dupatta and some silver jewellery would work the best for any day, time, event or occasion.

Ethnic grace

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s fondness for ethnics in white is no secret. The actress recently wore a white anarkali teamed with a matching tulle dupatta. Perfect for an evening or night out occasion as well.

Casual call

Casual white top with matching sneakers looks just perfect on Deepika Padukone. If you still want to be more feminine, just put on a pair of stylish high heels instead of sneakers.

Mix & match

Kareena Kapoor Khan surely gives us major fashion goals. Here she has paired a fun white top, a gorgeous skirt and heels to match.  She definitely took chic to another level. 

One piece

Kangana Ranaut gives us perfect summer style goals wearing a one piece outfit. This time, she opted for an off-shoulder blue cotton dress with a short flared skirt. The blue was almost hidden under generous white embroidery. Comfort over fashion.



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