Guest Post: The Trend of Sequins in Bollywood

Guest Post: The Trend of Sequins in Bollywood

by Suzy Walsh

Bollywood has always been a trendsetter for fashion lovers, and given the craze of film stars in the country, fashion trends set by the celebs catch the eyes of fashion lovers instantly. Sequins have been in fashion since a long time, and in every season, sequins make a comeback in one way or the other. Fashion models to celebs, everyone in Bollywood seem to love all kinds of sequin styled tops and dresses. Sequins always add shine, and if you love going over the top, you can see the style that our Bollywood fashionestas are sporting at varied events and parties.

Choosing the right color in sequin is equally important as the look is much dependent on the way you portray the look. There are a few shades that work big time in sequins such as gunmetal, silver, and gold and black. These colors are easy to pull off, and celebs often use these colors to use sequins in the safe route.

Sisters Kareena Kapoor and Karisma Kapoor have been spotted in varied kinds of safe colors in sequins. While Karisma has chose a simplified black sequin dress for an event, Kareena chose a shorter dress for an extremely neat and clean look. She kept her look very casual with her hair open.

Bollywood fashion icon Deepika Padukone seems to be in love with sequins as she is seen in varied kinds of dresses. For a particular event, she was seen in a sequin dress with her hair done in a pony.

Actress Sonam Kapoor, who is mostly known for her unique way of styling, was seen in one appearance in a black sequin dress.

There are many occasions where celebs have played away with the style of sequins in some amazing colors. Designers Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna are known to design dresses that are extremely over the top. Sophie Choudry was recently spotted in faux-wrap sequined dress designed by the duo at Hello Magazine/Moët & Chandon Event at F-Bar that she flaunted with her unparalleled attitude.

(Image Source: Bollycurry.com)

Another Bollywood Diva, Neha Dhupia was seen in a long DVF dress in stimulating blue that seemed to be designed to show her body in the most glamorous way possible.

How to Wear Sequins Right

Here are a few tips that will help and guide you in choosing the right sequins dress.

Sequins are mainly meant for evening wear, but that doesn’t mean that you have to stick to that. You can try bright colors like our celebs for events and functions in the day time and play with safe colors such as black and silver for the evenings.

There are many online stores such as THE ICONIC where you can find suitable dresses for your needs. THE ICONIC is famed Australian shopping portals with more than 500 brands.

While you are wearing sequin styled dresses, it is advised that you move away from accessories. There is no need for large danglers and necklaces that come with huge detailing. The idea is to keep the focus on the dress.

For the makeup, you need to opt for shine and shimmer. The eye shadow and lip color need to shine in the right way, putting more attention to the dress color and style. For your hair, you need to be focused on the right style such as ponies or simple parlor straight hair for an even look. Soft curls also look decent, but try and avoid extreme perming or too curly hair.

About the Author

Suzy Walsh is a fashion blogger and trend expert associated with ‘The House of Elegance Fashion’, who is best known for her style picks and trend notes. She is well versed with fashion rules and keeps exploring new places for checking the popular styles.

Disclaimer: All thoughts, opinions, images and words are of the author’s.  Bollywood Fashion Police was not paid or perked for guest posts.

 

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