What They Wore with Kriti Sanon, Angira Dhar, and Sara Ali Khan

Off-shoulders are still selling like wildfire at our favourite boutiques, even though they’ve been in vogue season, after season after season. So don’t give up on all of the skin-baring tops, tailored separates or gowns you’ve stocked up on over the years. They’ll definitely come in handy again this monsoon. With the right amount of sexy meets sweet, the style feels just as right for a soiree as it does at a wedding.

Kriti Sanon
expertly balances red carpet glamour with a dash of punk. The silhouette is ultra-feminine — an exposed collarbone, a cut-out at the waist, a thigh-high split. The red gown also has a long flowing trail and dramatic furry sleeves, a trend we’ve been seeing and loving, on the red carpet lately.

Angira Dhar
never fails us in the fashion department, and this blue body-hugging gown is one look we’ll be stealing. The look shines bright when completed with a tangerine lip and simple hair.

Rupali Bhosle
ups the off-the-shoulder game with this lilac gown. For a fairy tale-friendly look, slip into a dreamy off-shoulder dress with a fitted bodice and free-flowing bottom, just like Rupali did.

Gehna Sippy’s
showed off her toned figure in a blue strapless gown. The stunner’s plain yet eye-catching high-slit dress suits her understated glamour to perfection. The pretty satin number looks perfect with her pared-down makeup and delicate jewellery.

The  Stunner’s outfit makes her off-shoulder style as an exceedingly wearable iteration of the classic black dress that, somehow, hasn’t yet made it into our closets. The maxi features sequins all over, and she paired it with simple jewellery and muted makeup!.

Sara Ali Khan  
put her shoulders front and centre at an award show. The piece is strong as a stand-alone strapless number. But the addition of thigh-high split and beautiful feather details on the dress lends a fairytale vibe. And those glitter eyes? On-trend!