Katrina Kaif to Taylor Swift : Celeb wear lilac aka the celeb approved summer shade


A certain pattern that screams summer or spring is florala. In addition to print, bright colours such as yellow, orange, pink, blue etc. make for lightning and popular summer colours. But a shadow seems to have gained a lot of popularity and is still potential, lilac. The pastel colour is about looking new, simple and attractive while channelling the inner summer girl. Everyone from Katrina Kaif to Taylor Swift has worn the color. Check out all the ways in which you can too!

Katrina Kaif

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Want something more glamorous and over-the-top? Take from Katrina Kaif how to rock a lilac gown with fun floral prints on it. To add to the drama, an exaggerated bow on one shoulder sleeve, does the trick! With her styling in the waves of losing locks, we think no one could have seen better than Katrina.

Kiara Advani

Kiara Aadvani
Kiara Advani’s lilac top with white flared pants works as an inspiration for the perfect brunch look. The simple yet crisp attire worked and ensured the Kiara looked chic, ready for summer and weird at the same time.

Alaya F

Feathers are all the rage right now, we believe you want some of the current trending coloUrs. Jawaani Jaanemann actress Alaya F explains exactly how to sport a lilac number with the perfect wings for a cocktail party!

Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt
Nobody knows anything like a fun and flirty summer dress and Alia Bhatt! We love how she sported the simple number with a tie around her waist to give it some shape. Styled with yellow stilettos, we think Alia looked pretty as Daisy in the outfit.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift
The American singer / songwriter also added elegant touches to the red carpet. The diva’s outfit also featured a ton of ruffles to add its grace and elegance.

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