Think of the festive season and we visualize silk-woven sarees, embroidered kurtis or floor-skimming lehengas, and rightly so. But what is interesting with fashion is that it is constantly changing and quite experimental. For example, dress fusion allows us to mismatch sets or mix styles which can create a whole new unique outfit. And these make a smart choice when you want to wear something different from the traditional outfits to celebrate festivities or special occasions. And speaking of Bollywood wardrobe, the stunning Sara Ali Khan has certainly mastered the art of fusion dressing hands down!
Sara’s on-duty and off-duty looks indicate that the actress is quite excited to try something quirky yet relatable fusion style. If you’re looking to flaunt something fun and experimental like Sara this festive season, then we’ve got you covered!
We present Sara Ali Khan’s fusion dress looks that can be a perfect party dress guide for you:
Anarkali With Spaghetti Straps
Traditional Anarkali suits are often designed with long or half-length sleeves. Sara gave a modern twist to this classic outfit by wearing a spaghetti strap white Anarkali suit. The eye-catching floral print and airy silhouette of her outfit can make it an ideal choice for a daytime look!
Sara kept the fusion look interesting by accessorizing it with diamond studs and natural makeup!
Give up the Dupatta
Sara looked breathtaking in a black and gold lehenga outfit. Now lehengas are often layered with a matching dupatta. Sara broke this fashion rule by choosing to ditch the dupatta and allowed the outfit’s bold hue and intricate detailing to take center stage!
It’s okay to skip a dupatta if the outfit features beautiful embroidery, detailed work, or a fabulous print!
Sharara with a cape
Sara looked chic and fabulous in a red sharara ensemble that included a mirrored crop top, flared pants and a printed cape with a mirror trim. To complete her fusion wardrobe, Sara wore trendy jhumka earrings!
A cape functions as an interesting layering garment. And when worn with classic and ethnic outfits like sarees and sharara sets, it transforms into a fusion outfit!
The Arangi Re star looked stunning in an ivory sharara ensemble. But it was the peplum kurta top that made her Indian outfit the perfect fusion. Sara completed the heavily embroidered outfit with minimal accessories, including diamond studs and a statement ring!
Peplum tops are considered Western clothing. Opt for an ethnic style peplum top to complete it with sharara pants, a palazzo or a bohemian style skirt!
Sara gave the classic saree ensemble an eclectic twist by pairing it with a matching blouse with ruffle detailing. She accented the sheer saree with polki stud earrings. The bright makeup and messy ponytail hairstyle matched her chic saree look!
Like Sara, pair the saree with a tailored blouse with offbeat details like ruffles and ruffles, or opt for eclectic prints like stripes, polka dots, and more!
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