Diwali 2020 has been quite new as there was no shor sharaba and partying that used to happen in the normal days. This time around celebs had to celebrate Diwali in the new normal way, meaning just at home. Yet, it was a dress-up occasion. Now, while some impressed us with their fashion choices, some left us with a furrowed brow and a big WHY. Let’s check out the celebs whose style game was a little below the mark this time.
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Shilpa is usually a stunner. But this time her floral sharara looks way to blah for her chirpy personality.
Sonakshi wore a sharara as well and it totally ruined her look for the festival. The colour looks too bland for her cheerful personality.
When we saw this outfit, we were like, WHAT? We know that Jacqueline looks stunning in ethnic ensembles. We wished she would have opted for one instead of this thing that she is wear. What do we even call this thing?
Okay, so sharara are in vogue, we get it. But there’s something called colour combination, design that attracts one. Shamita’s Yellow and orange sharara looked too bright for her.
If Neha had opted for a plain black instead of this embroidered one, she would have looked stunning. This colourful embroidery brought down the whole charm.
Rashami Desai wore a bubblegum pink layered gown which made us gawk at her like, NO. This cannot be a Diwali outfit.
Aamna wore a yellow sheer designer saree. The colour was too bright for the festival of lights. The blouse looked okay but the whole ensemble fell flat in front of her beauty.
Shraddha is a chirpy personality. We love her style statements but this time around we were a little taken aback. We know yellow represents festival of lights but the multi-coloured lehenga brought the meter down.
Arjun Bijlani’s olive greenish kurta was a big disaster. It was way too huge for him and way too gawdy.
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