5 Times Bollywood actresses fascinated us with their penchant for fascinators!
1/6The enchanting divas
Whether it’s vintage headpieces or vibrant floral crowns, fascinators remain Bollywood’s favourite high-society hair accessory. They look helluva classy and manage to give a makeover to any outfit in a jiffy. Today, let’s take a look at some interesting fascinators worn by B-town divas like Sonam Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Kareena Kapoor Khan.
2/6Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
Aishwarya fascinated us with her lacy black and white dress that she teamed up with a black half moon fascinator at the Ascot Races in London. Although she did invite the wrath of many fashion aficionados, we think the matchy-matchy, monochrome game does work well for this look. The huge fit-for-the-queen headpiece had lovely lace, flowers and feathers, doing complete justice to her light-eyed, royal persona.
The gorgeous Jacqueline Fernandez was seen in a delicate white mesh fascinator that she clubbed with her girlie-girl lacy white dress at the Dubai World Cup. Her headgear exuded effortless chicness and gave prim and proper vibes. Boy, she looks so English! What say?
4/6Kareena Kapoor Khan
Kareena wore an oversized beige hat with a plume of feathers for a Derby event in the city. It is the simplest piece on our list today, but it scores brownie points just for its sheer understated goegeousness. The begum accentuated the fascinator with classic black sunnies and a printed, summery Ashish Soni dress.
How could Sonam Kapoor not be in the battle of fascinators? The lady flaunted her grey Philip Treacy fascinator that had major Victorian vibes at the Mid-Day Derby. We just can’t help but notice how impeccable she looks and her Neha Taneja black dress with a hip jacket is just bang on. She finished off the look with a Lady Dior bag and classic Dior accessories.
Kangana stepped out in a Dolce & Gabbana dress at the McDowell Signature Indian Derby. The ‘Queen’ actress made quite a splash with her feathery black headpiece and a curly updo that complemented her ultra feminine look. You cannot fault that. Somehow, she always gets it right.