Bollywood’s evergreen fashion trends that ruled the golden era


Bollywood celebrities are shining on the international arena with their spectacular achievements. One of the biggest film industry, Bollywood has been mesmerizing everyone with its style and glamour from years. Many Hollywood movies have seen B-Town superstars like Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Priyanka Chopra, Irrfan Khan and many more featuring in them. The tinsel town displays its own style and fashion trends and it has kept attracting everyone all over the world.

The legendary actress Madhubala was the dream girl in the 60’s golden period of films and her Anarkali dress was very famous and still unforgettable. When we are talking of dream girl, Hema Malini’s film Dream Girl comes to mind and then the style sarees of Hema Malini that became talk of the town. The fans of Bollywood have always been imitating the fashion trend followed by the stars. Although some great fashion trends got disappeared with the changing times, they are still afresh in the minds due to their beauty. Let’s have a look at some of the evergreen fashion trends of the golden era.

  1. Bell Bottom Pants

The fashion trend of bell-bottom pants arrived in 70’s and took this style by storm. The film ‘Hare Raam Hare Krishna’ featuring Zeenat Aman introduced this trend that went viral across India. Zeenat was in the news for raising temperatures with her bell-bottom pants, oversized shoes and platform shoes. The fever of bell-bottom pants continued to rule till the other trend made an entry.

  1. Sadhna Cut

The 60’s era was also remembered for the trend of Sadhna Cut. Actress Sadhna’s debut film ‘Love In Shimla’ brought the trend and made a big impact on the fashion industry. This hairdo became so much popular that almost every girl wanted to cut the tresses in Sadhna way.

  1. Bobby Print

 

What comes to your mind when you think of the movie ‘Bobby’? Dimple Kapadia in polka-dot shirt and black mini! Dimple essayed the role of a teenager in this flick. This trend was then tagged as Bobby print and was very much loved by everyone. Bobby print is unforgettable trend with its unique style quotient. Prachi Desai was seen wearing a Bobby print outfit in one of the scenes from the film ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbai’.

  1. Patiala Salwar and long T-shirt

Simple, smart and comfortable outfits, Patiala salwar and long T-shirt, in which Kareena Kapoor Khan was seen wearing in the movie ‘Jab We Met’ gained thumbs up and many girls imitated the style due to its fashionable look and comfort.

  1. Anarkali Embroidered Outfits

    Anarkali Embroidered Outfits
    Anarkali Embroidered Outfits

Embroidery has always been Indian artisan’s speciality and the handicrafts made in the country gain global name and fame. Elegant embroidery over silk has been catching attentions from years and the roots of Indian fashion industry are dipped in it. Even the females from all walks of life began to follow this gorgeous trend. When Aishwarya Rai Bachchan followed it in her movie ‘Jodha Akbar’, it was bound to grab praises.

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