We have an announcement to make! Nikasha - a celebrity-favourite brand (and ours as well), is going on a flash sale! If you are looking for pretty floral and foil prints, pastels and neons, ethnic and fusion, then, you have come to the right place.
If inspiration is what you're seeking to make an impromptu purchase, we present 11 celebrities wearing Nikasha (that we have on Aza) who will leave you reaching for your wallet. Take a look!
This simple neon saree with a dainty floral border worn by Katrina is an epitome of class. Keeping the overall look non-fussy, she rightfully paired the saree with chandbaalis and kadaas. Love!
Aditi Rao Hydari
Aditi stuns in this neon anarkali set. Kudos to her on matching the yoke border with golden jhumkas. Yet again, we see understated, minimal glamour on her by less accessorizing.
How does one rock a dhoti-saree set effortlessly? Take a cue from Taapsee Pannu. This floral outfit with a yellow foil printed dupatta is perfect for a trendy and peppy sangeet ceremony. Just like Taapsee, pair your outfit with a contemporary cuff and earrings.
Alia looks demure as ever in this chic understated yellow anarkali set to promote Raazi. We love how this yellow outfit looks on her . She got it right by pairing traditional jhumkas and barely-there make-up.
Thinking of outfit options for your next classy wine party? Take cues from the diva, Patralekha, who looks elegant as ever in this chanderi and organza floral saree. Modernize your look with some wine lipstick (of course) and minimal jewellery.
Shruti Haasan has always been under our sartorial spotlight. So, when we saw her in this sage green anarkali set with, wait for it, an orange dupatta, we were blown away. Wear this pretty outfit with stone-encrusted hoops and attend that family puja.
We seem to have a growing fondness for dhoti-sets, thanks to Janhvi Kapoor in this pretty pink and white floral outfit. Making it the perfect choice for that fun sangeet/cocktail party, you can also pair it with chunky bangles and oxidized jhumkas.
Powder pink suits Tamannaah more than any other colour, rightfully proven by this pink angrakha kurta with a floral printed dupatta. She totally justified this look by wearing just metal-pearl jhumkas.
Madhuri looks her glam best with this pop-pink saree set with floral printed border. While one can never completely emulate her style, you give it your own fusion-spin by wearing it with chunky silver bangles and chandbaalis.
Be pool-party ready with this fuchsia one-shoulder asymmetrical kurta-skirt set worn by Tanisha. Pair it with a statement red bindi, golden bangles and jhumkas for the overall glam.
After witnessing all the gorgeous ethnic wear, we were pleasantly surprised to see this trendy pink floral printed kaftan-top. Wear it just like Rakul, by pairing your favourite white sneakers and hoops.
Visit Nikasha's page to witness a flat 25% sale on the stunning collections of floral prints, pastels and neons and the best of fusion wear.