Apart from her acting abilities, Bollywood actor Alia Bhatt is also a true fashionista. The actor’s fashion looks have always been a rage amongst women—especially her stunning ethnic wear. Whether she's out to accept an award in a saree or promoting her movies in salwar suits, Alia's Indian wearis absolutely envy-worthy.
The actor is an avid social media user, and a quick glance at her Instagram feed will reveal a plethora of stunning outfit options. The fashion police have frequently praised Alia's sartorial choices, and she is often seen in embroidered suits and sarees that are simple yet elegant. Here's a look at some Alia Bhatt-inspired traditional wear that you can take inspiration from for any occasion.
Kanjeevaram sarees have a timeless appeal, and Alia infused this sartorial choice with her own charm, fun, and glamour. She wore a Madhurya Creations green Kanjeevaram silk saree. The pallu and drape of this traditional six yards were embroidered in gold. The actress accessorized her elegant ensemble with a matching sleeveless blouse along with statement gold jhumkis adorned with white pearls and two statement rings.
Alia looked like royalty in this beautiful Manish MalhotraAnarkali outfit. The backless design, padded front, low neckline, and full sleeves were all part of the classy style, which took on neutral dressing fantastically. In a classic nude shade, the silk ensemble included an ankle-length anarkali, churidar pants, and sheer dupatta. Her plain, solid-coloured suit went well with the gold thread embroidery work on the edges, keeping the look simple yet serene.
For Diwali last year, the actor wore a beautiful purple Sabyasachi bandhani lehenga with a deep v-neck cut-out blouse and brilliant orange Sabyasachi Jewellery earrings. Her naturally blow-dried hair, little makeup, and a tiny purple Bindi completed the look.
Back in 2017, Alia wore an Indian fusion outfit by Natasha J for a promotional event, which included a blue chevron striped lehenga skirt and a white, bell sleeve shirt. She completed the look with her hair tied back, jhumkas, and subtle makeup.
5. Fusion wear
Here, Alia’s dress is a beautiful ode to the history of bandhani. A classic Bengal tiger belt in an oxblood tone, red heels, and heritage jewellery from Sabyasachi complete the look. Alia opted for loose waves, a middle-part, and a 'no makeup' makeup look—keeping the rest of her look simple.
6. Anarkali-style kurta and flared palazzos
For one of her promotional appearances, Alia wore a yellow sharara outfit. Her ensemble consisted of an anarkali-style kurta and flared palazzos crafted from lightweight chanderi fabric. Instead of being covered in heavy adornments, delicate tilla embroidery in gold embellished the yoke of the kurta and hem of the sharara pants. She also wore delicate gold jhumkas from AKM Mehrasons Jewellers. The star also went for a natural look with her makeup, and her hairdo added to her overall beauty.
7. Salwar suit
Aliawore a Sabyasachi ensemble featuring a deep-red silk mashru kurta, a velvet gharara, and a hand-embroidered organza dupatta with a gold border. She styled her outfit with heavy gold earrings and opted for a sleek middle-part hairdo, well-done brows, and glossy lips.