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Trend Alert - Our Favorite Karva Chauth & Pujo Looks

Trend Alert - Our Favorite Karva Chauth & Pujo Looks

It’s time for celebrations! The festive season is upon us in full glory, and Indian celebs are leaving no stone unturned to put their best foot forward in regal ethnic wear. With Karva Chauth following the Durga Pujo season, we got a glimpse of several stars stepping out in their finest ethnic attires, and it was a fashion lover’s delight to see so many great looks. Check out some of the most loved looks of the festive season so far…

Bipasha Basu has been a fashion icon ever since she made her entry into Bollywood. Known for her fierce looks and bold style, her looks are always on point, whether she is sporting Indian or western clothes. Bipasha shared this lovely pic of herself during Durga Puja festivities. Decked in a shimmery silk saree, she completed her look with a bright pink bindi, sindoor, bangles (a mix of glass, gold, and traditional white Bengali bangles), and a gorgeous necklace made in a traditional temple design. 

Katrina Kaif took the world by storm when she married Vicki Kaushal last year in a fairytale wedding. Celebrating her first Karva Chauth this year, she chose to wear a stunning red organza saree with a floral blue blouse. She completed her look with sindoor, a dainty red bindi, the traditional Punjabi chooda, mangalsutra, and chunky dangling earrings. 

Singer Neha Kakkar never shies away from PDA. On Karva Chauth, she posted several cute pics with her husband Rohanpreet Singh. Sporting a bright red Punjabi suit, she accessorized with a bracelet in both hands, a chunky green choker necklace, and a maangteeka.  

Actress Preity Zinta is always loved for her bubbly appearance, superb acting, and amazing fashion sense. On Karva Chauth, she went full-on traditional in a yellow lehenga-choli with a bright red dupatta. She added a chunky maangteeka and necklace and earrings made of white beads to complete the traditional look. 

Shilpa Shetty has always been popular for her glamorous looks and lithe frame. The actress continues to defy age in her forties and looks as stunning as ever. She wore a bright red chiffon saree on Karva Chauth with a brocade blouse. She kept the overall look minimal, neat, and modern by choosing to keep her hair open and accessorizing with a bracelet in one hand and bangles in the other. Completing the look were sindoor, bindi, mangalsutra, and a stone-cut necklace. 

These looks are no doubt inspiring, and with Diwali coming up ahead, it’s time to start working on your festival looks asap! To help you get started, we have picked out some must-have jewellery pieces to compliment any look, inspired by the stars above. So have a look and shop away!

Your jewellery cabinet is incomplete without at least one ethnic gold-plated necklace and earrings set. This traditional piece features a meenakari necklace and matching earrings studded with red and green stones. This will go well with silk and cotton sarees, as well as salwar-kameez.

Red and gold are a match made in heaven. Neha Kakkar paired her red dress with green jewellery, and that is an evergreen combo that is sure to be a hit anytime, anywhere. So get this gorgeous gold-plated stone-studded kundan jewellery set which is adorned with green and white beads. It comes with a necklace, earrings, and maangteeka so you don’t have to worry about finding any matching pieces, and are good to go with this single set. 

These chunky gold-plated earrings are studded with kundan work and white beads for a totally festive look. Take style inspo from Katrina and pair these with a lovely organza or chiffon saree and you’re all set to turn heads with your style. 

Throwback to Shilpa Shetty’s Karva Chauth look where she paired a plain, breezy saree with a sleek, stone-studded necklace. You too can imitate that look with this gold-plated set of necklace and earrings from Sohi that has red stones and ivory beads. The traditional colors combined with a modern look make this a versatile jewellery set that will go with many different outfits.

For a full-on ethnic look, especially if you’re a new bride, consider picking up this awe-inspiring gold-plated jewellery set from Sohi which has everything in one neat package - white kundan work, pearly beads, a thick choker necklace, earrings that combine chaandbali style with jhumkas, and an elegant matching maangteeka. This is royalty on a platter, and you can wear this set with your favorite saree, lehenga-choli, or salwar-kameez to instantly feel like a queen. 

As you stock up on your favorite pieces of earrings, necklaces, and maangteekas, get a little something for your hands too. This charming bracelet from Sohi features white and green stones for a royal and timeless look. Combine it with a jewellery set or wear it by itself, it’s a statement piece in itself. 

This enchanting gold-plated bracelet from Sohi is a versatile piece because of its many colours - it has a golden base and is studded with white, green, and red stones that lend it an ethnic and festive vibe and make it go well with just about any look. 

We’re sure you’re feeling inspired by all these suggestions. So hurry up and start shopping before they go out of stock! 

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