Ganesh Chaturthi 2020: Get Inspired By Rasika Sunil, Tejashri Pradhan And Gautami Deshpade This Festive Season
What’s special in this article? We will give you tips about how to accessorise your outfit beautifully!
Ganesh Chaturthi 2020 is going to be one of the most celebrated festivals! Why? Because it is bringing a light of positivity and happiness to the gloomy world. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with a lot of pomp in Maharashtra, parts of Gujarat, South India and now even North India. Ganpati Bappa Moraya is the chant that we hear during the ten days starting from Ganesh Chaturthi to Anant Chaturdashi. People come together, the smell of incense fills the house, and sweets and delicacies are served as prasad. This time the guests would not turn up in hordes and there are many restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus. But one thing that can still cheer you up is dressing up for the festival! Ethnic sarees are the most-voted option for this occasion. And here are a few choicest options that we have brought for you!
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1. Rasika Sunil’s Casual Chic
Rasika Sunil’s lavender cotton saree looks beautiful, right? If you want something comfortable yet elegant, dress up like Rasika in a color block saree with a large border. You can deck yourself up with some heavy oxidised jewelry. A pair of large jhumkis as earrings and a neckpiece would look great!
2. Tejashri Pradhan’s contrast look
If you are ready to pull all the cords and dress up as a queen, then choose one of your contrast sarees like Tejashri Pradhan’s. This subtle net saree along with a contrast colored blouse looks extremely elegant and one cannot miss it! Try a pearl necklace and earrings just like our beloved Shubhra is sporting! (this is one of the best hacks – wear a gajra to add to the beauty of the attire)
3. Anita Date’s Marathi Mulgi look
Since Ganpati Bappa is mostly celebrated in the western region, try the ethnic traditional Marathi saree! Choose a paithani with a classic color combination like yellow and red or green and red. You can accessorise it with golden jewelry, when else would you show off your golden mangalsutra or the huge detailed necklace?
4. Ruchira Jadhav’s Konkani look
Try to dress up in a traditional Marathi look like Ruchira Jadhav aka Maya. She can be seen wearing an orange saree with a huge flower in her hair. She has also worn a kamarpatta as an accessory and is wearing a traditional Marathi nath.
5. Gautami Deshpande’s New-Age Look
If you want to wear an old traditional saree but also want a western touch, try out this fusion look! Gautami Deshpande is wearing a traditional kaatpadar saree with a chunky necklace and earrings set that is adding to the color!
Which out of these looks are you going to try? Try one for each of the five days of Ganpati we say! Stay tuned to find out more tips and fashion hacks. And keep watching ZEE5!