November is here and that means everyone has a lot of places to go to. Whether it’s a holiday, party or just a casual dinner, celebrities provide tons of outfit inspiration daily. Since they’re always so well put-together, it’s fun to dissect their style and figure out ways to get the look.
We picked out 10 such celebrity outfits everyone would love to try.
Bollywood celebrities truly know how to party. No matter what the occasion, you can always count on them to throw an epic bash, obviously attended by their colleagues and peers in their best outfits. As you’d expect, the biggest blowouts happen mostly during Diwali.
This year was no exception. There were a bunch of parties hosted all through the week and of course everyone showed up in their festive best.
Unlike all the other Indian award shows, the IIFA’s go on for a full weekend. Apart from the fact that it takes place in different countries every year, it’s the only show that has three days of activities; which also means three days of dressing up and looking fabulous.
New York was the destination this year and while most people came out to see their favourite celebrities winning awards,
More than just a class, we’re talking real fun and rapid body changes! Aquatic additions to surfing gear, StyleCracker picks yoga schools that are the latest buzzwords!
Presidential hits to panic-inducing stunners!
Unforgettable jewellery, knockout fashion and international red-carpet posing- our A-list biggies seldom bring out the expected. Ruffled in standout pieces and suited in the best of menswear, this time around they pulled out all stops. If you thought it couldn’t better than the IIFA weekend this year, here’s proof!
Disclaimer: You might have an eyeful!
Fashion and style move in repetitive cycles, and it would seem that this season, the 90s fashion is making a huge comeback. It was the decade of more fashion misses than hits, but some trends stuck and are back in 2014 with a glamorous spin.
Here is our pick of ten favorites from the on-going 90s Revival that’s taken hold everywhere.