11 Celebrities Who Are Rocking Prints This Season!

Who doesn’t reach out to celebrities for style advice? Especially when you’re looking for some fresh fashion inspiration. Here are ten Bollywood celebrities who know how to rock that print and in the most stylish manner possible.

1. Shilpa Shetty in a Florals & Ruffled Saree

A frilly saree made with soft and sheer fabrics is the most happening trend in Bollywood. Pick a light color with vibrant floral prints to make sure the impact is wonderful. Afterall, we are all upto date with what’s trending, right?

Shilpa Shetty Fashion

Image Source: Shilpa Shetty on Instagram

2. Deepika Padukone in a Candy Striped Saree

Moving away from a print frenzy, we find comfort in stripes and this time with broad stripes. No fuss whatsoever. The brightest yellows, blues, greens and reds would do. Just match it with blacks and dark colors to make it stand out a little more.

Deepika Padukone Fashion

Image Source: Shaleena Nathani on Instagram

3. Diana Penty in a Floral Maxi

A flowing dress in pastels will always have our heart. Add a light pattern in the background and you’ve got a refreshed look. Cottons or cotton silks, they are the fabrics to choose this season to make your summer wardrobe breathe.

Diana Penty Fashion

Image Source: Diana Penty on Instagram

4. Malavika Mohanan in a Checks & Florals Dress

Checks and florals are making their way into mainstream dressing styles. Matching it with a contrasting print or color is one bold of making a fashion statement. Think windowpane checks, small checks and standard apron checks.

Malavika Mohanan Fashion

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5. Karishma Kapoor in a Chevron Printed Dress

Chevrons will always be regarded as a must-have in every woman’s closet. What better than combining that with monochromes. A formal dress that has beige highlights to lend warmth to the classic tones, a pure delight.

Karishma Kapoor Fashion

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6. Anushka Sharma in a Checks Dress

Following international trends, the smart checkered ankle length dress is the classiest way for a woman to wear checks this season. In a vintage styled silhouette, this print resonates with the friday dressing vibes.

Anushka Sharma Kohli Fashion

Image Source: Anaita Adajania on Instagram

7. Sonam Kapoor in a Quirky Printed Jumpsuit

We are all obsessed with abstract and edgy prints, especially if they are characters from you favorite childhood games. The Pantone color of the year Ultra Violet finds a wearable form in this cowled jumpsuit.

Sonam Kapoor fashion

Image Source: Sonam Kapoor on Instagram

8. Mira Rajput Kapoor in a Floral Printed Anarkali Gown.

Floral Lehengas have been the craze for the past season as well, but the colors here are just as new as ever. The teal florals matched with ivory is a no-fail formula giving every wedding guest a chance to empower the magic of florals this season.

Mira Rajput Kapoor Fashion

Image Source: Mira Rajput Kapoor on Instagram

9. Tamannaah in a Draped Saree Jumpsuit

The actress definitely knows how to carry off an Indo-western outfit with such suave. The hexagonal prints in earthy tones are this season’s hot favorites. The pop colored belt adds an offbeat touch to this boho look.

Tamannaah Fashion

Image Source: Tamannaah on Instagram

10. Yami Gautam in A Color Block Striped Dress

A daring play of colors in this fitted dress. With stripes going in different directions, this outfit is surely a head turner. The fierce combination of blue, red, white and black has never failed for the woman who likes to stand out.

Yami Gautam Fashion

Image Source: Yami Gautam on Instagram

11. Sonal Chauhan in A Bagru Printed Jumpsuit

Traditional prints will never go out of fashion. They just get revamped and transformed into something fresh. The bagru pattern is nicely played with to make this ultra chic outfit giving us all modern ethnic goals.

Sonal Chauhan Fashion

Image Source: Punit Balana on Instagram

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