For millennials, fashion knows no rules or boundaries, and the trends change faster than anyone can anticipate. Even so, Bollywood stars have always been an inspiration for the young generation, and prior to updating their wardrobes they look for celebrities who are bringing something new and fresh to the fashion circuit. There is no other fashion industry as experimental and unpredictable as Bollywood.
Taking old trends and bringing them back into fashion, these five actresses are definitely setting the bar for experimental fashion. These beautiful divas from Sara Ali Khan, Sayani Gupta, Sanya Malhotra and Shruti Hassan are making flared jeans fashion statements like no one else and at the same time donning hairstyles and makeup that will remind you of old Hollywood and Bollywood divas. The fashionistas have taken a leaf from these beauties and are definitely impressed.
Sara Ali Khan radiates charm and grace in everything she wears, while still remaining fun loving and bubbly. The actress is currently seen wearing body hugging kurtas reminiscent of actresses from the 1960s such as Mala Sinha, Aasha Parekh, Mumtaaz and others. Her mother Amrita Singh herself wore one such kurtaas in the 2003 movie ‘Vaaris’.
Sanya Malhotra, and Kangana Ranaut are the only two actresses who can rock hairstyles in curls. Having made curls a fashion statement and worn this hairstyle with everything from traditional to western or fusion, this young actress gets all the credit today. Keeping her curls open or tied, she looks flawless and comes out with many different styles of curls.
It was the era of Madhubala and Geeta Bali’s black and white movies, when these actresses would wear dark lip colors, or actresses such as Zeenat Amaan or Tina Munim wearing headgear and giving their looks a vivacious twist. With a fresh twist, Shruti Hassan takes fashion a step further for her generation to follow.
Known for her impeccable aesthetic sense, Sayani Gupta has recently been complimented for her new Pixie Hairstyle, reviving an old-school style that was popular in the 1990s. This trend-setting hair style was introduced and popularised by Hollywood’s most famous actress Audrey Hepburn.