Bollywood, the dreamland for Indian cinema and fashion, though Bombay has changed its name to Mumbai, Bollywood remained its old term and charm. Fashion in Bollywood is always extravagant, what Bollywood follows today entire India will follow tomorrow. Ommyra enlightens you with the fashion trends in Bollywood where they got inspiration from.
Begin From The Period Drama Mughal-e-Azam
In 1960 trend setter movie Mughal-e-Azam, Madhubala, who performed Anarkali, love interest of Badshah Salim wore long heel touching kurtas that created a stir after five long decades as anarkali churidars. Nowadays the most popular trend anarkali salwar kameez offered a lot of experimental opportunities to the designers with the length, body, texture and patterns. Ommyra fashion house has their own set of anarkalis with intricate look and sophisticated finishing.
Stars Start Trends And The Masses Follow
Be it rain or sunshine our dearest Bollywood stars are always dressed gorgeously in every sense. Be it printed skirt, one shoulder top, pallazos with spagetti top, monochrome dress or embellished outfits for the evenings Bollywood has always some says in setting new trends. What the stars bring on fashion platform, by today or tomorrow those outfits will make some space into your wardrobe. For example, take Kareena Kapoor in Jab We Met, she created a whole new fashion range with long t-shirts with patialas after the movie became super hit.
Extravagant Style That Made Us Gaga Over It
The dainty headgear and white ensemble Alia Bhatt sported in Kapoor and Sons or the huge straw hats with floral tiaras Lisa Hayden displayed in The Shaukeens are something that stirred the fashion industry and designers. How can we forget Sonam Kapoor in Aisha, the fashion goddess at her best in that fashion oriented movie? Aisha’s opulent clothing starting from the crown of her head to the sole of her feet were beautifully adorned in the world of fashion.
Ommyra says everything comes from Bollywood holds a special place in designer’s creative mind and fashion boutiques remain faithful followers of Bollywood since the beginning. Though costumes can never be stronger than the character but viewers remember the clothes along with character, who can forget Madhuri Dixit in gorgeous green lehenga in the phenomenal movie Hum Aapke Hain Kaun?