With just a day left for Saraswati Puja or Basant Panchami which marks the official end of winters and the onset of the spring season, it's time to deck up in beautiful sarees.
Students, both girls, and boys plan their outfits in advance for this particular day, to look their best. Be it sarees or any traditional wear, on this day, students look eternally beautiful in their ensembles.
If you are still confused about what to wear tomorrow, we have got your back. Here are a few celebrity-inspired traditional outfits that you can recreate for D-day.
Let's start simple with Deepika Padukone. If you want your look to be simple and elegant, you should take a cue from this look. You can team the saree with the bright coloured blouse like her and go for less jewellery.
Having a hard time managing a saree or are you afraid of wearing one for a long time? Worry not. You can still look elegant and stylish in a gorgeous salwar suit from your collection. You can complete the look with chunky jewellery. Take notes from Alia Bhatt's look here.
Another Alia Bhatt-inspired look you can recreate for Saraswati Puja is this look. She looks stunning in an organza saree with golden motifs all over it. She ditched jewellery for this look and only opted for earrings. This look can be easily recreated.
The colour yellow is specifically associated with Saraswati Puja because it represents energy, knowledge and enlightenment. Hence, people get dressed in yellow, perform Saraswati Puja and decorate their homes in yellow flowers.
If you are planning to do a yellow look, you can take inspiration from Kajol's ensemble. She looks nothing less than a beauty queen in this yellow saree with gold-plated jewellery.
We had to add Vidya Balan to this list who is considered the queen of ethnic fashion. If you want to look chic and edgy in your saree look, then Vidya Balan is the inspiration for you. She is serving an edgy vibe in this mulberry silk saree with a black blouse.