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<br>Sara Ali Khan

Sara’s classic Patiala Shalwar teamed with a short Kurta is our top choice for Lohri evenings. Dress the part by teaming it with a pair of juttis, bangles and a bright dupatta.

Sonakshi Sinha

It doesn’t get better than a traditional lungi, a favourite in Punjab for Lohri celebrations. Keep winter chills at bay with a cape over your shoulders and add length by picking one solid colour. <br>

Dia Mirza Rekhi

Dress to the ocassion in the colours of harvest and Lohri, yellow and green! Dia’s saree is a great option if you’re a sustainable fashion advocate who likes to keep it elegant and simple.

Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt’s traditional Banarsi silk saree, accessorized with mogras in her hair and pair of jhumkis are a great choice for Lohri in the city.

Deepika Paduk one

A mustard velvet kaftan keeps you snug and warm on a cold Lohri evening and also makes for a regal and rick ensemble with just the right vibe.

Kangana Ranaut

Kangana’s fashion and film choices speak for themselves. Always one to experiment with her wardrobe, her ensembles are always a hit. While this Sabyasachi ensemble hits all the marks, you can easily recreate the look with a printed suit, churidar and an organza dupatta from your own closet.

Sonam Kapoor Ahuja

For a glamorous evening, take a cue from fashionista Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s closed and choose a dramatic anarkali for a Lohri party. Chikankari embroidery in colours of cream and ivory keep the look dramatic without the fuss.

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