It's almost that time of the year where we will take out our good ol' red or black short dresses which we've hardly otherwise used, regardless of our social butterfly tendencies. That's right; we're talking Valentine's Day. But 2020 is not the time to dwell on boring dresses, it is the time to experiment with slits, ruffles, exaggerated floral prints and more. If you're looking for a fresh wardrobe perspective to dress up for Valentine's, these Bollywood newbies can definitely lend you a lesson or two.
Sit back and take notes on how to dress up impressively for a date-night with your guy or your BFF's (hey there, Galentines)!.
Give your usual red and black outfits a rest and go for a printed one-shoulder dress, and by printed, we mean OTT-printed. Ananya gives us major #stylespiration to make a statement in this floral printed red and pink dress, and give ourselves some freedom to experiment with unusual colours for Valentine's Day. Here are some options that you can go for, if you love this look.
If you dare to bare (just the right amount) some skin, then, go for a thigh-high slit gown for your glamorous date-night like Janhvi's purple dress here. You can opt for any other colour, really, but after seeing this hue on Janhvi, we are crushing heavily over it. After all, modern love needs modern signature colours. We are loving our options for this look shown below.
If you're a tomboy who prefers to wear shorts for every occasion, even the most romantic ones, then, we suggest this Tara Sutaria look for you. Pair your shredded shorts with a long black overcoat (or a long front-open slit dress) and your white sneakers with it. If your man gives you a hard time for it, you'll be your comfiest best to say, 'Boy, Bye'.
Nothing says date-night like a high-octane sequin dress. All we needed was Sara's nod of approval for it. An overdose of blinding shimmer (not literally, okay, just a little, maybe) is the perfect outfit choice if you want to be noticed for your style. You know what they say, go glam or go home.
If you want to stay clear of all the attention-seeking trends, then this one's for you. There's no harm in resorting to our demure classics like floral pink dresses for a fun and cute picnic date. Alaya shows us how to ace the girl-next-door look perfectly.
Jumpsuits are the next quintessential go-to outfits for the occasion after dresses. Sharvari, who's to star in Bunty aur Bubli 2, teaches us how to pair printed jumpsuits meant for our all-day long Valentine's Day hangouts with our BFF's (all the single ladies now put your hands up). After all, what's dressing up without them, right?
Which Bollywood newbie inspired you to reach for trendy outfits for the Valentine's day? Let us know in the comments below.