Bollywood Fashion Trends

Bollywood has become a trendsetter for fashion in the South Asian Community. Over the years, Madhubala‘s look in Mughal-E-Azam with the zari embroidered kurta and churidar is today’s popular “Anarkali”. The Anarkali Style Salwar Suit that she had worn in the song jab pyar kiya toh darna kya became famous during that time and is very much in fashion since than.


Not to forget the trend that Mumtaz had set by wearing a saree in a unique style for her song aaj kal tere mere pyar ke cherche. The style became popular with the name of Mumtaz Saree” A plain saree with pretty border is used to drape this style. You can flaunt your thin figure with this amazing method of wearing a saree


Since than many divas including Madhuri Dixit in purple embroidered saree for Hum Apke Hain Kaun to Kareena Kapoor in patiala with long t shirt for Jab We Met have redefined fashion.

We can never forget the gorgeous Kangana Ranaut‘s look in Tanu Weds Manu and the beautiful Anushka Sharma’s look in Band Baja Barat. They recreated the magic of patiala suits specially designed for weddings by providing you an iconic look with comfort. The pure silk and brocade fabrics with heavy embroidery and bright colors used for these patiala salwar suits accomplishes the party look you need to attend a marriage.

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Bollywood Fashion Trends have always added to the vogue  making it more interesting and wearable. The latest Bollywood trend is definitely influenced from the past where the designers have made the Anarkalis little longer. This new style is the Floor Length Anarkalis which touch the ground and makes you look taller and sophisticated.












These dresses are available at Fashion Ka Fatka stores which is well known for its creative and stylish Designer Anarkali Suits collection according to latest fashion trends which is worn in Bollywood.

Bollywood Printed Sarees In Fashion

Saree, a strip of cloth has been experimental over the years from various fabrics to prints and its draping styles however the designers simply do not cease to impress us. The latest trend that the Bollywood has created of wearing the printed sarees in weddings, award functions, and parties have brought them back in fashion.

Do not get surprised if we tell you that there are different types of printed sarees like horizontal strips, vertical strips, masaba print available to add to your charm. Here are some patterns to explore the print world. Check out the variety available in  Bollywood Printed Sarees In Fashion.

Checks Print Sarees

This print looks like squares which is similar to the chessboard and hence is known as Checks Print.  This pattern recently came back in fashion after the stunning Deepika Padukone wore a check print saree in the famous song Lungi Dance. Similar to checks print is the camera print saree which will definitely make you shine in any party. Many Bollywood divas like Mandira Bedi have experimented successfully with it and have become the trend this year.


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Floral Print Sarees

Floral Print Sarees are generally inspired by our beautiful nature. It contains prints of colorful flowers, leaves and alike. The bright color combination used in this form makes it very much a spring collection. This popular print can now be printed using digital technology where the print on the sarees is life-long as premium quality colors are used for printing. This type is known as the floral digital printed sarees. This print has always been the love of Bollywood. It is very feminine and attractive at the same time. Nowadays, floral prints are not only limited to summer or spring but is worn all round the year.

Kangana Ranaut Saree

Daisy Shah Printed Saree

Animal Print Sarees

One of the most popular trend of prints is the Animal prints like leopard print, tiger print, zebra prints, Peacock prints. Besides fashion accessories like purses; sarees and salwar suits are also available in Animal Prints. Bollywood queens like Shilpa Shetty, Kangana Ranaut, Soha Ali Khan have added to the increasing demand of the Animal Printed Sarees by wearing cow pattern prints in the recent awards ceremonies and filmfares. Not only this there is more to offer like raccoon, bear, ox, and snake prints.



Dot Print Sarees

This print is popular with the name of Polka Dot Sarees which is filled with array of circles or dots. This is an evergreen design which will always stay in fashion. This drape has been worn for centuries and is still in trend. It includes randomly spaced, sized and colored dots in the saree. If you wish to have a modern and innovative look go for a polka dot saree. Check our Bollywood celebrities like Shilpa Shetty, Mandira Bedi, Madhuri Dixit in Polka Dot sarees.

Madhuri Dixit Polka Dot Saree

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Olivia Wilde In White Gown

Olivia Wilde, beautiful American actress hit the red carpet in designer white gown for “Butter” premiere at Roy Thomson Hall during Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Canada.

Hollywood diva made her eye-popping appearance in a white floor-sweeping Greek goddess style dress and became the belle of the ball.  Olivia Wilde In White Gown featured sparkling gold embellishment accenting the neckline and cuffs of sheer balloon long sleeves. Stunning White Designer Gown with Handwork on the boat neck, Olivia Wilde looks gorgeous in this elegant white gown embellished with stone, dabka, zardoshi and pearl embroidery.

Olivia Wilde In White Gown


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Olivia Wilde In White Gown

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TV Soaps Effect on Current Fashion Trends

In India TV soap operas became famous after 2000. Indian soaps became weekly to daily and the word prime time become popular in industry. The main contributor and influential factor was “K” factor. The reason behind Ekta Kapoor’s fame was her choice of the subject. She used to work on family subject because India culture is more or less family centric and all members of the family bound by traditions and festivals.

Since then Indian soaps are family centric and stories are revolving around the certain characters thus these characters are become the part of our life and becomes the symbols of our aspirations thus they are seem our idols and new generation is easily draws to follow them blindly. The most influential factor is cloths that these characters are wearing in daily soaps.


In order to make character more influential soap directors are using various dresses and appearance and these costumes are changing time-to-time with the flow of story. Thus, in K-series fashion designer Nim Sood  is using expensive saris to make her characters glamorous. This thing heavily influenced the bridal fashions and real-life brides are going gaga to incorporate the same appearance in their trousseau. This way Kyunki; Kahaani and Prerna saris become popular throughout the world of Indian origins.


The satin saree and stylish choli of Komolika in Kasauti Zindagii Kay becomes the most copied TV star and it was Urvashi Dholakia. Same the way Balika Vadhu has set new trends in various attires recently. You will find live discussion on the elegant ghagra cholis as well as on the floor-length multi color lehengas embellished with semi-precious gemstones. At the extreme point, we will find the category tag in special sections devoted to ‘serial sarees’


There are many actress who are wearing various designs on different events are ultimately copied by designers and set a new trend in the fashion cloth market like: Shilpa Shetty in London premier peach show, Aishwarya Rai in white Anarkali, and Madhuri Dixit in many events. Many soap operas are shoot out of Mumbai and directors select some particular places like Haryana where Patiala dresses are famous so the local costumes are reach at the rage when such serials shows local culture in details.

Multi color dresses were rare before soaps but now many followers of such soaps are now willingly accept the multi-color Anarkali in the big or small events. Red dresses are vogue in our traditions and now red sarees replaced by red hot Anarkali so many brides are rushing towards the designer Anarkali and demanding the Nargis Fakhri style Anarkali in many shops.

Floor Length Anarkali—Let’s Make It Contemporary

Bollywood actress ranging from new generation to old generation like Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Sonakshi Sinha, Madhuri Dixit, and Jaya Bachchan prefer one thing that is common for all and is floor-length Anarkali dresses whenever they go for some ethnic do.


Do you know the reason behind this? Most of the actress and high society women prefer floor-length Anarkali as it is hiding problem areas and at same time elevates our best features, perhaps this is the most distinguish characteristic of the floor-length Anarkali.

Wearing Anarkali makes stylish society women sophisticated, elegant and charming. Most of the small screen divas wowing audiences with the flowing Anarkali suits; this makes Anarkali trendier among all age-groups and proves a big obsession on small screen.

That is good for actresses who have a team of professionals to make a dress perfectly suitable for them, but what about the ordinary women? Right for that we have to take care and teamed properly so it won’t look like a tent. If floor-length Anarkali is not fitted well at the bust it won’t heighten your figure.

Same is true when you are going to customize your Anarkali dress some longer than floor-length. Generally at present day fashion designers are not much inventive and doing simple tweaks like either rise or drop the hemline, but don’t make us some outstanding and glamorous.


There are many ways to do that like we can make changes in kalis and neckline as well as repositioning colors. If you westernize Anarkali choosing light western colors and tweaking it to give European feel that can act as a gown too. Ladies of new generation prefer draping and layering with lace and most preferably with light embroidery as most of the young women seeking lighter work and avoid heavy embellishments.

Making floor-length Anarkali more stylish will increase its acceptability and experimenting with different fabrics like kota against georgette and chanderi will offer more flexibility. People like to look their Anarkali dress heavy but don’t like to use heavy material for embroidery so they incline more for lighter version of Japanese yukata, not traditional zardozi.

With floor-length Anarkali we can decorate the festivity we attend using Mughal colors especially gold, deep pink, emerald green and peacock blue. Same the time we can create splash of bright colors like fuchsia, red and purple. If we experimenting with embroidered belts we can make a big comeback.

There are some advises when you wear contemporary floor-length Anarkali that select the color according to your skin where they should harmonize. Same should be applied for silhouettes which should harmonize the body and embellishments the personality.


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