Colour Watch: How To Add Green To Your Festive Wardrobe

Colour Watch: How To Add Green To Your Festive Wardrobe

Let’s make everyone green with envy today! You can use different shades of green this festive season. From darks to lights and everything in between, this color is flattering on all body shapes and sizes. Take a look at our Bollywood beauties showing us how to wear traditional and ethnic outfits in all green.

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Lime Greens and Accessories

Lime Greens and Accessories

Young and bubbly Bollywood actress, Alia Bhatt made a style statement when she came dressed in a lime green lehenga choli set with beau Ranbir Kapoor. A sparkly maang tikka and choker neckpiece minus the earrings will help complete the outfit. If you have a shiny top then opt for minimal makeup and focus on accessories around your hands like a bracelet or studded cocktail rings.

Mid Greens

Festive Wardrobe

Olive greens, Sea greens and other shades that fall in between are a good choice too. Mixing and matching shades that look best on your skin will make you glow even among all the lights. Take inspiration from Sonakshi Sinha, Alia Bhatt and keep it simple or go shimmery with  Aditi Rao Hydari and Sonam’s various looks.

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Green and Gold

bottle green sharara

Work the dark green shade with hues of gold. The richness of gold only adds to the dark green color of your set. Actress Deepika Padukone flaunts a bottle green sharara set. But also opts of gold in her sarees with intricate blouses styles. Or you can go bold with dark green skirt top set and chunky gold jewelry like Sonam Kapoor.

Two Toned

Anarkali Outfits

Go with not one but two shades of green in the same outfit. Priyanka Chopra managed to pull off light green long sleeves with a dark green Anarkali for a photoshoot.

Green and Florals

floral lehenga skirt

Since it’s already seen as nature’s color why not stick to them and go for a floral touch? Karisma Kapoor tried mixing the dark green top with a floral lehenga skirt to keep the balance. Don’t forget to accessorize with gold jhumkas and flats to dance the night away.

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