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Wouldn’t you like your ethnicwear to make you look hot?

Beauty cannot be confirmed to standards….unconventional can be breathtaking! Indian attire like sarees, suits, lehenga’s are a boon for plus size women. These silhouettes are not only flattering but also can be used to maximum advantage to either hide or emphasise a body part.

While investing in ethnic wear, do keep the following tips in mind:


  • Fabric: Opt for flowy and soft material like georegtte, chiffon, crepe, satin etc. Stay away from stiff & firm fabrics like cotton, organza, organdi, silk etc. as it adds bulk to your body.
  • Design:Look for prints that compliment your body structure. Avoid wide borders in sharp color contrasts. Make sure the border color closely blends with the body of the saree.
  • Blouse: V-neck, sweetheart and deep U necklines create an illusion of slimmer shoulders and an elongated neck. If you have a pear shaped body, you can opt for boat neck and slightly puffed sleeves for a more proportionate appearance.
  • Pleats and Drapes: While draping the saree, avoid too many pleats on your waist as it will add bulk to your stomach. On the upper body, place the pallu on the shoulder without the pleats, as it will give you a slimmer look.



  •  Blouse: The blouse length should be kept longer with princess cuts or darts. 3/4 sleeves or full sleeves are the most flattering when combined with broader/bigger necklines.
  • Lehenga skirt: Bell shape, mermaids or trumpet silhouettes are the most suitable for wide rectangle body shape. Flared A-line skirts draw attention to the waist and camouflage heavier bottoms. Hence it works best for pear body shape.
  • Dupptta: Drape the dupptta in a way so that it helps in camouflaging your pitfalls. Wear it on one side to create an asymmetric illusion.




  • Sillhouttes: A-line, angrakha, asymmetrical, princess cuts are the most flattering styles for plus size women. One should avoid wearing heavy anarkali suits as it adds unwanted bulk.
  • Necklines: V-neck, scoop neck,  U necklines are the best options.
  • Fabrics: Fabric and fit is the key here. Choose flowy fabrics like crepe or chiffon and make sure the fit is nor too loose, nor too tight.
  • Length: Tall women look great with long kurtis but shorter women should opt for short or knee length kurtis.huma-qureshi_081713053352

Best of Bollywood at Cannes 2016

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Are you a buff for All-Things-Bollywood? If you are, we are sure you have been waiting to catch up on all the action our Bollywood Divas have been stirring up in the French resort town of Cannes!

Your wait is finally over as we bring you all the details and outfits adorned by our Bolly Beauties in the Cannes Film Festival! We saw a parade of the perhaps the best Dresses and Gowns falling oh-so-perfectly on these celebrities!

Shop our range of Red Carpet Dresses and Gowns here.

Read on to find out who wore what and which actress won the Red-Carpet with her style and elegance!


Amy arrived at Cannes in an all-white look! We loved the contemporary resort styling completed with her reflective sunnies and wide-rimmed hat! But our favourite part of the outfit has to be the nude Christian Louboutin shoes!Untitled design (74)

For her first night at Cannes, the actress chose to don a strapless Falguni & Shane Peacock creation that came with a thigh-high slit. The sheer blue of the gown looked stunning in comparison to the blue waters of the French Riviera.Untitled design (71)

Next Amy was spotted in attendance at a luncheon hosted by the British Film Institute, she chose to wear a printed pantsuit with a plunging neckline by Plakinger. Nude heels and pulled back hair complemented her attire.Untitled design (73)

Lastly, she attended the De Grisogono Party wearing a high-low, bell-shaped Ashi Studio dress with a neckline that plunges down till her waist! Untitled design (72)



Mallika wore an Emilio Pucci gown for the photocall of her upcoming film – Time Raiders and looked elegant in the blue-black outfit with the much in-trend “X-Neckline”.Untitled design (71)

For her red-carpet appearance, Mallika went for silver! She wore a Georges Hobeika ballgown, accessorized with De Grisogono jewellery.Untitled design (72)

Spotted at the screening of Woody Allen’s much talked about movie – Cafe Society, Mallika again chose to wear a strapless Georges Hobeika gown and a diamond neckpiece from Mellerio. Untitled design (73)

Lastly, she attended the UNICEF annual dinner in a Alexis Mabille ombre gown. Breaking out of her bold reputation, Mallika has been playing safe this year at Cannes with her outfit choices. Change of heart eh, Mallika?

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For her first press interaction with the Cannes’ press, the actress was seen in an edgy Anamika Khanna creation that she paired with bright pink lips. Untitled design (73)

The fashion diva turned up the heat in a black and blue sari by designer Rimzim Dadu, with fuchsia lips, neatly tied bun and a striking black collar necklace for the press interaction on Sunday.

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Sonam at the screening of the film Mal De Pierres wearing a stunning sari-inspired Ralph & Russo creation. The silk crepe dress has embroidered silver threadwork, silver bullion, beads and crystals.

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Yet again, Sonam channelled her inner ballerina in a chic black with a linear pattern by Ralph and Russo for a Monday morning full of press interviews. Adding a dash of colour was a bright pink lip colour, and double-lined pink eye pencil to give a flirty look to the eyes. Untitled design (72) copy

The actress again opts for Ralph & Russo for yet another showstopper look! Like they say “Black never Fails you”, Sonam looked stunning in this strapless poof gown with lace gloves! Don’t forget the statement necklace, courtesy Chopard Jewels.Untitled design (71) copy

Lastly, Sonam walked in a champagne colored Ralph & Russo outfit yet once more. It had a exquisite detailed floral cape which finished the look of her outfit.Untitled design (71)


Richa was spotted on the red-carpet for the screening of her film – Sarbjit. She chose to wear a pale gold Sabyasachi saree with a neatly done up bun and jewellery from Amrapali.Untitled design (72)

The actress opted for a head to toe Hermes look with Dior shoes and ear-studs for a press meet in the French Riviera

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Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan marked her 15th year at the Cannes Film Festival with a touch of elegance and grace in a golden Ali Younes Couture gown. She had lined her upper lid with a bold turquoise blue liner, adding a dash of glamour!Untitled design (73)

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan upped the ante with a gorgeous red gown from Naeem Khan‘s Resort 2016 collection on Day 2 of the festival. This is what we call Red Hot!Untitled design (71)

At her third appearance, Aishwarya looked stunning in an embellished pink-gold Elie Saab gown, turning heads on the red carpet while attending the premiere of Steven Spielberg’s The BFG. Untitled design (74)

The gorgeous Aishwarya proved her mettle with her latest, extremely controversial look at the Cannes. She wore a pretty Rami Kadi floral gown, but what stole show was the diva’s daring purple lips at The Land Of The Moon premiere.Untitled design (72)

Who was your Favourite Bolly Beauty at Cannes this year?

Let us know in the comments!

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Best-Dressed from Stardust Awards


The recent Stardust Awards saw an amazing range of Style Quotients from our Bollywood Divas! We were so inspired!

Here are our picks for the Best-Dressed on the Red carpet

Aishwaria Rai in Georges Hobeika


Sonam Kapoor in Ulyana Sergeenko and Judith Leiber


Jacqueline Fernandez in Elio Abou Fayssal Couture


Athiya Shetty in Shriya Som


Alia Bhatt in Sachin & Babi


Parineeti Chopra in Monisha Jaising


Kajol in Sabyasachi Couture


And this Man we couldn’t miss out for his Quirky Style, making it to our Best-Dresses list is Ranveer Singh in Gucci and Tom Ford


So after all this Glitz and Glamour show, tell us which is your favourite look and why!

We can’t wait to hear your views about our B-town beauties!

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