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Karwa Chauth Special: Deepika Padukone to Alia Bhatt here are six celeb-approved red costumes for tonight!

Alia bhatt Deepika Padukone

Karwa Chauth is a Hindu girl’s big day after her wedding that she looks forward to. The event is observed by women fasting for the full day in order to pray for their husbands’ long lives, and only breaking the fast after gazing at the moon. It’s also a day for getting dressed up, mainly in red and looking gorgeous in ethnic attire. Do you need some last-minute ideas for how to spruce up your look today? We’ve got you covered!

Deepika Padukone:

Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone, the queen of sarees and desi styles, wore a folded red saree for an unexpected look. We adore how she paired the dress with a halter-neck top and added pearl strings to complete the look. This style should be completed with a simple ponytail and smokey eyes.

Sara Ali Khan:

Sara Ali Khan

Do you want to add a modern twist to your traditional saree? Take a look at Sara Ali Khan’s half saree for inspiration. Her Monisha Jaising gown was draped over a pair of metallic gold leggings and a full-sleeved shirt. Her saree was a darker, burgundy-hued piece that made for a striking look, rather than keeping to the customary way.

Katrina Kaif:

Katrina kaif

Katrina is known for her love of reds, and her eccentric costumes always manage to make a statement. We were completely smitten by her half-saree ensemble, which had statement sharara pants, a red shirt, and a dupatta that served as a drape over the ensemble.

Alia Bhatt:

Alia bhatt

If you want to wear a saree today, go for a floral organza piece like Alia Bhatt did. Her sheer organza saree was embellished with hand-painted botanical designs. She arranged her centre-parted hair into casual waves and wore it over a plain red top with little, clean makeup.

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