01/5Take a bow, ladies!

Take a bow, ladies!

Fashion trends are born a little differently in our country. While an endless season of fashion weeks decides the fate of trend, a hue or even the pantone colour in the rest of the world, celebrities rule the roost in our diverse state. Of course, that we’re obsessed with our celebrities is another reason. A fashion trend truly becomes a trend only when its loved by our celebs. Their current obsession? Exaggerated bows! Primarily worn along with a killer pant-suit or a sharp tuxedo, designers all over the globe seem to be giving it their own, over-the-top twist! And it works! Despite its obvious avant-garde element, it looks graceful and feminine. No wonder these celebrities love the exaggerated bow-tie. Let’s take a look at all these celebs sporting it with much aplomb!


02/5Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone was a ‘gift’ to eyesight as she glided on the Cannes Red carpet in a black and white custom Peter Dundas gown. The exaggerated bow was the highlight of the look. The actress chose to wear another relaxed Erdem maxi dress just a day later. This dress too came with a stunning exaggerated bow!


03/5Sonam Kapoor

Sonam Kapoor

Sonam Kapoor’s this year’s Cannes looks had classic cuts and timeless colours that rarely played with an expected element. Her taffeta silk Ellie Saab was gloriously elegant, perhaps because of its gloriously exaggerated bow that fashioned into a matching cape.


04/5Diana Penty

Diana Penty

Diana Penty had a fashionable debut at Cannes this year. For an evening party, the actress chose Celia Kritharioti number. The all-black jumpsuit came with a beautifully exaggerated bow-tie on the one-shouldered sleeve as an embellishment. The embellishment clearly was the highlight!


05/5Malaika Arora

Malaika Arora
Malaika Arora was frolicking in Goa, when she sported a stunning Aiisha Ramadan ensemble. The graceful asymmetrical gown was strapless and had a modest train. The dress saw an exaggerated bow to upscale the basic white gown further. readmore