– The ruffled sari: If you’re on the lookout for a lightweight yet vibrant sari, you can take cues from Alia’s green and yellow paisley printed number. Designed by Sabyasachi, Alia paired it with an interesting backless, off-shoulder blouse. She even buckled a belt to cinch in her waist and finished the look with a pair of statement earrings. She did up her hair in a voluminous ponytail to complement the look.
– The multi-coloured drape: During the promotions of ‘Kalank’, Alia chose a custom-made bandhini sari by Tarun Tahiliani. This drape sure looked like an eye-catching ensemble with tones like red, mint green and gold. She kept the look minimal with her accessories and only put on a dainty maang teeka by Suhanie Pittie. This look seems just right for a family gathering, pre-wedding ceremony or a puja at home.
– Pre-draped ensemble: Alia picked a pre-draped monochromatic ensemble by Manish Malhotra that highlighted her frame just right. Dressed for one of her friend’s wedding in Delhi, the actress had all eyes on her due to this cobalt blue palette that added all the drama. She styled her custom-made sari with matching flared sharara pants to give it a modern twist.
– The silk sari: Those who follow this actress for her fashion are quite familiar with her love for cats. Alia took a quirky approach to traditional occasion wear with a custom-made sari by Madhurya with cat motifs. She wore this silk weave on the red carpet which gave a luxe finish paired with a sleeveless blouse in hot pink. To finish the look, Alia paired her drape with a pair of gold jhumkas and a green bindi.
– A cocktail-ready number: Red is always the right colour to pick for a cocktail party and Alia proved just that with her striking red sari. She wore this stunning drape to receive the Best Actress award for her role in the film, ‘Raazi’. Her intricate tonal floral embroidered sari was by Sabyasachi which she matched with a red blouse. You can absolutely take cues from Alia for your next cocktail party outfit.