MUMBAI: People love to follow the current fashion trends and pattern and be at-par with their favourite telly and Bolly stars by flaunting their fashion games.
Our favourite telly and Bollywood stars flaunt their style games and statements almost whenever they enjoy their leisure moments and even on-screen and their fans like to keep up with their top-notch fashion sense in terms of the various garments they wear, it's cut, design, motifs, materials, prints and colours.
If taken a close note, our telly stars keep experimenting with their style games almost regularly and never settle for anything over a long time, in order to keep their versatility game strong. If needed, these days artistes repeat a certain outfit they wore 3-5 years ago by either reprising their look or by maintaining the original get-up.
Hence, if we see them endorsing a particular style or fashion statement that's totally out-of-the-box, it means that the sustainability of that garment/ look/ accessory cannot be guaranteed for it's uniqueness as common people might not derive the comfort on it's endorsement. Such trends are called 'fads'. Just like the Bollywood stars, these days, even our beloved telly stars go bold enough by stepping beyond their comfort zones by gracing these challenging style trends and leaving behind their own style trails for the other stars and fans to trend upon. However, these outstanding statements don't really last for long as general people only love seeing their stars getting dressed-up but don't really muster courage to keep the fad trending.
However, considering the present day scenario, not the entire situation is true as the adult millennials and Gen-Z's are brave enough to trend fads, thus, making it a grand success as on-lookers do yearn to experiment beyond their comfort once they notice others doing the same around them.
Today, let's do some talking on the bold colour choices and prints that are endorsed by the dashing telly divas like Erica Fernandes, Hina Khan, Radhika Madan, Karishma Tanna, Kanika Mann, Radhika Madan, Anushka Sen and Nikki Tamboli. These prints are not readily observed for again it's uniqueness but definitely deserve a shout out for the same principle. Different elements like cob-web prints, geometrical shapes, abstract prints, digital prints, old-school polka prints, summer-florals, tie-and-dye prints, colourful motifs, etc. has been highlighted upon through this article and what makes them really catchy - the 'out-of-the-box' pairing of different colours or the usage of 2 contrasting colours under unique patterns.
Without any further delay, scroll down to view the beautiful prints of different colours and patterns that are endorsed by our gorgeous telly divas:
Erica's total look is unique and a complete blend of both retro and modern fashion, owing to her polka-printed b/w blouse that compliments the modern-styled border-less fashionable saree that flaunts a messy cob-web print. Her pearl necklace and those black shades are definitely her look's style-statements.
Radhika Madan looks super-chic in this graphics-printed dress and the combination of so many bright colours in the print-work are emphasising her dress's base colour - navy blue.
Hina Khan's shimmery red salwaar suit is giving both the royal and funky vibes simultaneously, that too in a balanced-way. The royal look is being imparted by the suit's red base colour, while the funky quotient has equally been levitated by those bright and colourful geometric prints, which don't over-power the garment's entire look as that Anarkali-jacket again balances the garment's overall dynamism with the loosely-dispersed floral prints on it.
Anushka Sen looks all cool and breezy in this airy mid-dress that flaunts it's foliage-prints over it's white base. Her ensemble looks summer-friendly.
Karishma Tanna looks like the much-needed water splash right on your face during the unbearable summers. Yes, the blue-prints on her garment is the very style-statement of her entire look, which has been applied on the garment with the help of the 'tie-and-dye' techniques.
Nikki Tamboli's animal-printed dress is one such fad which maybe never endorsed by everybody, but would never die out of trend as from every posh gathering, two out of the lot prefers such jumbled animal (leopard, tiger, puma, zebra, crocodile, etc.) prints.
Coming back to Karishma Tanna, her trad-embroidered denim jacket is also another perfect blend of ethnic and casual look. This is a perfect blend for rooted-Indies who don't mind gearing up in casuals, provided there's a hint of their culture's touch in their garments.
Radhika Madan is back to showcase a reprised version of the '80s look in the modern times. With that reverse-polka printed dress (white dots on black base) and those statement pink pumps and earrings, her entire ensemble is giving-off a major 'barbie doll from the '80s' vibe.
Radhika Madan's cute dress' prints look like they're directly embossed from a chinaware. The motifs and the embellishments look perfectly balanced, such that it's perfect symmetry enhances the symmetry of her dress.
Lastly, Hina Khan's vibrant picture from her beach-vacations is giving total beachy goals owing to that colour-combo abstract prints of neon pink and orange, that endorses parts of her beach blazer and tube-top, while her high-waisted mom's pants comprised of subtle-peached stripes. Her total ensemble gives off a tuity-fruity ice-cream's vibe.
Source: Instagram and Internet