First is the lovely golden yellow outfit she wears, with silvery work heavily embroidered on the suit, making it look very sparkly yet surprisingly sunny. It's such a feminine outfit, and paired with her gold jewellery looks like a really flattering outfit. What I also liked is that Kajol's skin tone really shines here; a lot of asian women don't always feel confident enought to wear a bright yellow yet this outfit really shows its flattering hues would suit any skin colour.
The next outfit which I adored is, similarly fitted, peacock blue outfit, a lot more simpler than the previous with work on the sleeves and hem in a gold, banarsi fabric style, or even like the gota style of gold strips. Peacock blue is one of my absolute favourite colours, and below you can certainly see why, it looks great in a modest, simply cut kameez which shows off the figure.
And of course there's the red and blue outfit in which we are introduced to Kajol in the movie. Again, another outfit which is simple in style, yet it's shape and the addition of bangles and a dip-dye dupatta give it so much more character. Again, there's not much embellishment here and yet it's a striking outfit with it's gold print and border.
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Definitely a beautiful mix of kameezes in a flattering style worn by Kajol, and certainly something I would want to get made myself. I can't quite decide which one I like most because they all have such a similar style and yet with each colour and jewellery each outfit is quite unique. Kajol at one of her best, I think, here : )