20 best-dressed celebrities this Diwali 2023— from Katrina Kaif to Shanaya Kapoor
As the celebrations for Diwali 2023 come to an end, let’s take a minute to highlight the celebs that looked the finest in festive attire. Sequins, rich festive colors, and thoughtful design choices were all on display on the Diwali style catwalk. There was no denying the high level of splendor, whether one was burning diyas at home or attending glitzy Diwali parties.
Janhvi and Khushi Kapoor, sisters, took the practice of borrowing and rewearing and enhanced traditional attire, giving their saris a unique appeal. Sushmita Sen chose to wear an embroidered beige sari from her 2005 collection, taking us down memory lane. The joyful mood was personified by Shanaya Kapoor, who wore a Tarun Tahiliani lehenga adorned with beautiful stones.While Bebo brought her usual style to the celebrations wearing a sequin sari with a red floral design. This Diwali was a magnificent exhibition of varied ensembles, ranging from lehengas with beautiful embroidery to saris that were already draped.
Here are a few of the most stylish celebs that revealed their Diwali 2023 attire.
Shanaya Kapoor wearing a hand-embroidered lehenga adorned with elaborate zardozi, crystal, and sequin work from Tarun Tahiliani’s bridal line. The architecture and mosaic art of the Byzantine old city served as inspiration for the design.
Suhana Khan wearing a beige-colored golden saree embellished with golden sequins and Swarovski crystals, a unique design by Falguni Shane Peacock. Elegant tassels and a blouse with a cap sleeve studded with crystals completed the set.
Bhumi Pednekar wearing a mint green saree with a gold mirror and lampi blouse by Itrh. The palla contained elaborate embroidery of animal images, and the saree had a wide gota patti and ghunghroo embroidered border.
Disha Patani wearing a similar satin bralette and an emerald green satin sari with a beautiful golden border, pre-draped by Shaila Khan.
Katrina Kaif wearing a similar top and a white sari with a floral design by Sabyasachi. Accessory pieces from Sabyasachi’s jewelry collection finished off her look.
Janhvi Kapoor wearing an Arpita Mehta line deep purple mirror and sequin hand-embroidered classic sari outfit.
Vaani Kapoor was dressed in a pale yellow silk sari with a scalloped border edged in gold.
Kriti Sanon wearing a black lehenga with intricate embroidery from Gopi Vaid’s Golconda winter festive collection. The lehenga skirt was adorned with intricate marodi and gota embroidery in the form of vertical flower lines that converged at the waist. The ensemble was finished with a backless blouse that was a distinctive piece.
Diana Penty wearing a rani pink Aarohi Anarkali set by Gopi Vaid. The outfit consisted of an Anarkali and churidar, with a golden bordered chiffon dupatta to complete the look.
Tara Sutaria wearing the Rust Narangi Bagh, an orange lehenga, from the House of Masaba’s “Aam Ras,” bridal collection. The outfit included a sequined blouse that contrasted with a digital pattern of ‘chaand-phool’ and detailed jaali work in gold.
Manushi Chhillar wearing a deep blue Kora lehenga by Shanti Banaras with a gold zari buti design.
Ananya Panday wearing a dust pink, hand-embroidered sequin sari outfit designed by Arpita Mehta.
Gopi Vaid’s deep purple brocade lehenga skirt on Tamannaah Bhatia. Stunning gold and silver embroidery of marodi, sequins, gota, and other decorations adorned the elaborate pattern. An embroidered organza dupatta finished the look, along with a blouse that was well made.
Mira Kapoor wearing the vivid orange and yellow kasundi “Choli ke Peeche Lehenga” by Punit Balana. The outfit included a cutwork dupatta with vintage logo coin embroidery and a handkerchief top with an open-string back.
Karisma Kapoor wearing a deep violet brocade sherwani set by Manish Malhotra, along with wide-leg velvet pants that go with it.
Malaika Arora wearing a crystal-beaded, nude column gown with a slit from Itrh and a deep back.
Alia Bhatt wearing a vividly colored red lehenga by Manish Malhotra, accessorized with an elaborately embroidered dupatta.
Madhuri Dixit Nene wearing a white sherwani jacket designed by Anamika Khanna with chikankari embroidery.
Sara Ali Khan wearing a gorgeous lehenga outfit by Arpita Mehta, adorned with elaborate hand embroidery in coconut and beige gold, mirror, and Cutdana.
Pooja Hedge wearing the Mandala outfit from Ritu Kumar’s Couture Week ’23 collection, which consists of a voluminous skirt and a patterned sequin blouse.