01/8These Bollywood fashion trends will certainly up your fashion game

These Bollywood fashion trends will certainly up your fashion game

Bollywood films are famous for their beautiful and gorgeous costumes. Be it Deepika Padukone's royal attire from 'Bajirao Mastani' or Sonam Kapoor's chic look from 'Aisha' the fashion quotient in these films leaves somewhat of a spell on us common folk. While in the past it was difficult to mimic the costumes worn by actresses because they were either unaffordable or looked ridiculous in real life, things have certainly changed now. Stories and narratives have evolved and with that, so have the fashion trends. So here are 7 times fashion trends in Bollywood films were both affordable and practical.


02/8'Raanjhanaa' - Sonam Kapoor

'Raanjhanaa' - Sonam Kapoor

Sonam Kapoor is hardly seen not donning big fashion labels, but her look in 'Raanjhanaa' came like a breath of fresh air. Stylist Payal Saluja created a look that was not only simple but also gorgeous. From artsy kurtas in chanderi or jamavar in beautiful earthy tones to jhumkas, bun pins, handcrafted slippers and kajal rimmed eyes, Sonam Kapoor's look makes for the ideal fashion trend to don.


03/8'Dear Zindagi' - Alia Bhatt

'Dear Zindagi' - Alia Bhatt

Stylist Anaita Shroff Adjania made sure Alia Bhatt’s outfits in the film were all practical coming of age attires. Since the film’s backdrop was in Goa, Alia’s outfits ranged from denims, shirts, shorts, dresses, variety of tops and gorgeous shrugs. Her outfits channeled an easy-breezy Goan vibe without being impractical or stereotypical.


04/8‘Piku’ – Deepika Padukone

‘Piku’ – Deepika Padukone

Much like her spectacular acting in the film another thing that was much talked about was her outfits. Her clothes did complete justice to her character by being sober and elegant. Veera Kapur gave Deepika a look which made her look sophisticated, functional and powerful without looking unordinary. She donned cotton kurtas with palazzos for work, fuss free tops and denims for running errands or travelling or simple jeans and kurtas all her outfits were totally relatable and affordable.


05/8‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ – Kareena Kapoor Khan

‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ – Kareena Kapoor Khan

While the actress is known for always looking glamorous, her outfits in ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ screamed simplicity. Stylist Manish Malhotra made sure Kareena looked simple and elegant in all her attires. She was mainly dressed in kurtas with patialas or churidars in the film. Though she still looked gorgeous her attires didn’t look like couture pieces, and rather looked like everyday outfits that one would don.


06/8‘Madras Café’ - Nargis Fakhri

‘Madras Café’ - Nargis Fakhri

Nargis Fakhri who played a war correspondent in the film looked aptly dressed for her role. Veera Kapur styled her in pieces that looked suitable for her role in a riot torn area and yet gave her an air of confidence. She was dressed mostly in shorts, denims and shirts with scarves which gave her a proper journalist like look which she portrayed with as much class.


07/8Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ – Anushka Sharma

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ – Anushka Sharma

Styled by Manish Malhotra once again Anushka Sharma looked every bit as elegant in the film as her character was. A major focus was on the indo-western fusion vibe in her chikkankari kurtas with denims and oxidised jewellery which made her look chic and classy. Now, isn’t this something you can totally imagine wearing to your office or just when you’ve stepped out for an errand? We sure can.


08/8‘Raabta’ - Kriti Sanon

‘Raabta’ - Kriti Sanon

Kriti Sanon’s look in the film was one thing that totally blew us away. Chic, urban, casual and feminine, Kriti's wardrobe is definitely on every girl's wish list. Styled by Anaita Shroff Adjania her look was kept simple, cute and chic. Although she’s also worn quite a few expensive labels in the film, it’s not difficult to find such pieces at affordable prices if you know where to look.