With the dawn of the festive season among us, brightly-coloured ensembles seem to be the staple choice each time. However, if you prefer to remain understated and yet fashionable, go for grey, a happy balance between black and white. And it’s chic, too. And if you didn’t know this, grey also symbolises glanced emotions.
Ethnic outfits in grey will help you make an impact on the upcoming festive season. Read on to take a look at how B-town celebs are already embracing this cool hue:
1. Sonali Bendre
Although grey isn’t extensively used for ethnic wear, it’s flattering and urban. Take cues from actor Sonali Bendre who paired her grey kurta with dangling earrings, paving the way for looking exquisite in this neutral colour.
Our recommendations: Chanderi kurta set, Fabindia; Mojari, BIBA
2. Mrunal Thakur
If you thought only a few colours looked good on the lehenga, think again. Grey can be stunning. Mrunal Thakur proves that grey lehengas can be an ethereal choice with her embroidered grey lehenga with gold work.
Our recommendations: Grey ombre embellished lehenga, Kalki Fashion; Pearl drop earrings, Swarovski
3. Jacqueline Fernandez
From minimal sarees to experimental festive looks, actor Jacqueline Fernandez’s ethnic wardrobe is another place to look for inspiration when donning grey festive wear. The checkered print of the saree paired with a vibrant blouse creates an inspiring lesson on how to mix and match and have fun!
Our recommendations: Grey silk saree, Odette, Nykaa Fashion; Nitara choker, Amama
4. Priyanka Chopra
Giving the ultimate inspiration to pick a grey saree for the festivities is global icon, Priyanka Chopra. Her semi-sheer saree in a dove grey hue with embellishments adds the right amount of shine to her ensemble. Isn’t this saree a complete win-win choice for the festive season?
Our recommendations: Grey sequinned pre-stitched saree, Indya; Polki enamel headband, Paisley Pop