Ganesh Chaturthi 2020: Get inspired by pageant winners to look stylish for festivities
By Sherlin Rajan
Maroon is a fine colour to opt for the festive season. And Miss India United Continents 2018 Gayatri Bharadwaj's look in this embellished sharara, styled with a statement maangtika and her hair let loose, is worth emulating!
Miss India 2018 runner-up opted to go simple with a navy blue cotton anarkali for celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi in an eco-friendly manner. Something to take a leaf from!
If you have chosen to wear a white kurta with a pair of palazzos for the festivities, teaming it with a colourful dupatta adds a dash of colour to the look, just like the way Miss India Universe 2019 Vartika Singh wore in this photograph!
Miss Grand International 2018 first runner-up and Miss Grand Slam 2018 Meenakshi Chaudhary's look in this sari and checkered blouse is an apt inspiration to dress for puja. Teaming it with traditional jewellery, such as layered neckpieces and a pair of jhumka, will add an edge to the look.
Take inspiration for traditional wear from Miss Grand India 2019 Shivani Jadhav's red sari and green blouse, teamed with traditional jewellery.
Looking for unique ways to style a Paithani sari look? Look no further. Miss Diva 2020 runner up Neha Jaiswal's look from the ramp where she teamed the weaves with a boat neck blouse.
If you want to go for a simpler look this year, take inspiration from Miss India Supranational 2018 Aditi Hundia. She looks simple yet stylish in this blue anarkali suit with matching dupatta, teaming with a pair of statement earrings.
Miss Diva Universe 2020 Adline Castellino's look in this embellished sari and a blouse with mirror-work, styled with a pair of statement earrings, is apt to get inspired by if you want to shine during the festivities.
Flaunt your vibrant side with a bright coloured anarkali suit just like Miss Universe 2019 first runner-up Suman Rao in this photograph.
Style your light coloured outfits with oxidised jewellery, the way India's top model Season 4 winner Urvi Shetty styled her white sari look.
Take inspiration from Miss India World 2018 Anukrethy Vas and add nouveau to your Kanjivaram sari by teaming it with a puffed sleeve blouse.
Miss India Maharashtra 2019 Vaishnavi Andhale shows how to look splendid in a light pink lehenga and gem-studded jewellery.
Opting for an embroidered number? Style it like Miss Diva Supranational 2020 Aavriti Choudhary did with a bindi and a pair of statement gem-studded earrings.
Miss India 2019 runner-up Sanjana Vij shows how to ace a simple-yet-elegant look in a printed sari with minimal jewellery and her hair tied into a messy bun.
Take a leaf from Miss India Universe 2018 Nehal Chudasama's look where she flaunts her svelte body in a bright-pink sari with minimal jewellery.
About the Gallery
Even as Ganesh Chaturthi is being celebrated in a low-key manner this year due to COVID-19 pandemic, it should not stop you from looking stylish for the festivities. Get inspired by these pageant winners' gorgeous ethnic looks to dress up elegantly in this festive season. (Pictures/Instagram)