Sara Ali Khan, Sonam Kapoor, Malaika Arora, Hina Khan: Your fashion guide for Christmas and New Year’s amid the pandemic – fashion and trends



It sort of feels this year has reduced our outings to grocery runs and our French up to putting on a jacket over our pyjamas, and with the number of coronavirus cases on the upward thrust it sort of feels Christmas and New Year’s can be spent at home. Then again, all of us have gotten pretty good at doing everything, from work to dating, at home. So why not get a little dressed and get on a Zoom party with your close and dear ones and spread the festive cheer. Ugly sweaters, comfy jammies and sexy dresses are part of end of year celebrations, whether not anything else, these clothes help spread the Christmas cheer. Take cue from celebrities including Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, Alia Bhatt, Urvashi Rautela and Karisma Kapoor, on how to (and also how not to) dress for the holiday season, if making a decision to take a seat back and chill out or party. Read on:

Karisma Kapoor

And that’s precisely what Bollywood has been teaching us in recent times. Believe being in your comfy jammies and sipping on the hot chocolate throughout bloodless nights. Karisma Kapoor is showing us how to try this. The actor recently shared an image on Instagram in which she can also be seen sitting in front of a Christmas tree in her red checkered co-ord nightsuit and sipping her morning tea. Can this get any longer Christmasy?


Diana Penty

Coming to ugly sweaters, Diana Penty is showing us how to slay in one. The Cocktail actor recently shared a picture on her Instagram in which she can also be seen wearing a beige sweater with a Santa embroidered on it at the side of some other ornaments. She captioned this merry picture, “Tis the season to wear ugly sweaters (sic),” and we couldn’t agree more.


Sara Ali Khan

Sara Ali Khan in her red and white bandage dress is the most Christmas-sy object ever, she completely resembles a real life sweet cane.


Urvashi Rautela

Urvashi Rautela’s white shirt and enormous green satin skirt is the most efficient example of a awful Christmas outfit. You don’t want to appear to be a tree to receive in the festive spirit.


Hina Khan


Hina Khan is in most cases one on the most efficient dressed list, alternatively from time to time trying to be too edgy may just throw you off the edge of the cliff. Whether you’re hoping to take a look at out more than a few trends, be sure to don’t do it like Hina here, you’ll just end up having a look like a character out of a game.

Alia Bhatt


Final year, Alia Bhatt took Christmas French up a notch when she donned a sweater that was once specially made for Christmas at the Bhatt household. The basic black sweater read, “Christmas with the Bhatts.” Whether you look carefully, you’re going to see that Alia is wearing a satan horns headband. The beautiful Christmas tree and the number of gifts in the image from final year is still getting us excited.

Malaika Arora


But you also need a beautiful outfit to make a observation at the virtual Christmas party this year and you’ll never go unsuitable with a white one. Malaika Arora has been telling us this for reasonably some time now. A basic white outfit with a bold red lip and a few gold jewellery is the very best combination for a killer outfit. Take tips from Malaika’s look.

Janhvi Kapoor


Janhvi Kapoor’s white feather dress with an embellished belt is all things winter and a great outfit idea for the Christmas party. The Over-The-Top mini dress is as sexy as it can get. Team it with a twosome of drop earrings at the side of silver heels and you are good to go. Janhvi surely believes so.

Sonam Kapoor Ahuja


Whether even that’s not your vibe, then take style cues from Sonam Kapoor and step out in a quirky printed dress to make heads turn. Style it with an over-sized contrasting blazer, a twosome of knee-length boots and a matching bag. You’re going to be the star of the night. We are taking paper money, are you?

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