Nine looks of Sara Ali Khan we are insanely crushing on!

Sara Ali khan, the current heart throb of youth, started off her dream career of acting through the recent films Kedarnath and Simmba. She has stolen our hearts right when we saw her first in Koffee with Karan. That was her first on screen appearance which was few weeks before the release of her first movie. Her simplicity, talent, humbleness, wit and humour simply shocked the whole bollywood. Paparazzi fell in love with her for the way she smiles and responds to them. She’s too amazing , super cool and down to earth to be a newbie. Beauty with brain is the term that perfectly describes her. Besides all of these, her fashion sense is something no one can stop admiring. Classy, simple and edgy. Its time Bollywood ladies should realise they have a new competitor in the fashion game.

We have been crushing insanely on her movie promotion, tv show and interview looks. So, here we are putting together nine looks of Sara Ali Khan from various occasions which we totally fell in love with. All of them are simple and recreatable. So, scroll down, learn more and ace up the fashion game!

1. Gorgeous parrot green embroidered sharara suit

The first look is an ethnic one. While many of us consider sharara suits are out of trend, look how she killed the look. This one is from promotions of her first movie, Kedarnath. The beautiful parrot green suit with floral embroidery and tasseled dupatta paired with golden juttis, matching bangles is totally complimenting her bodytype. She kept the hair partially pinned back which looks absolutely elegant. Isn’t this a simple look to recreate?

2. Sequin wide legged pants with black crop top

Take a look at these stunning pink shaded sequin wide legged bottoms and black crop top Sara wore during Simmba official trailer launch. They are cool right? The cute knot detail at the lower hemline of the crop top and the asymmetrical cut on the left shoulder makes the simple basic look into an edgy one. She kept it classy by not wearing any accessories. This look is super easy to recreate. Get yourself a pair of sequin pants and diy a plain black t-shirt by cutting it at the neckline to make it look similar to hers. You are all set to rock any party!

3. Cute yellow embroidered top with blue denim

I’m totally in love with this semi ethnic look of Sara. She wore this lovely embroidered yellow top with blue ripped denim during the promotions of Kedarnath. She paired it up with these beautiful hoop earrings and kept the rest simple. You can recreate the look by simply pairing an embroidered top or even jacket with a blue denim. It totally gives me the vibe of Navratri. What do you think?

4. Adorable nude velvet shift dress

Sara dolled up in this stunning nude velvet shift dress for her father, Saif Ali Khan’s birthday. It is simple yet surreal. The matching nude fur heels add the perfect statement and shine to the outfit. The whole look is so eclectic! Reacreating this look is so simple. All you need is any velvet dress and matching fur heels. Wear one and slay the look!

5. Beautiful Indian look in white salwar

If you have observed her enough, you must know by now how much she loves wearing white salwar. She happened to mention that in her interviews as well. She wore the cotton white churidar with multi coloured dupatta, matching bangles and yellow juttis. The whole thing giving the perfect Indian vibe. You find her dressed up like this pretty much many times. You can recreate the look very easily with any white salwar and coloured dupatta. Replace the juttis with kohlapuris if preferred.

6. Bright yellow cropped blouse and blue ripped denim

Not everyone can pull off the bright colours so well. Sara totally nailed the look. She wore this cute balloon sleeved yellow crop blouse with blue ripped jeans for the wrap up party of her film Kedarnath. She wore the matching floral pumps and simple ear studs to complete the outfit. What a glam!

7. Pleasant shiny blue front slit maxi dress

Sara wore this super pleasant shiny blue one sleeved front slit maxi dress during Simmba promotion event. She looked ravishing and I’m so in love with the colour. She wore matching blue pumps and the whole look was dope!

8. Black suave Sabyasachi Navratan lehenga

This one is totally breathtaking! Sara looked gorgeous on the sets of Indian idol clad in beautiful black Sabyasachi Navratan lehenga. She wore perfect jhumkas and posed with Sushant Singh Rajput, her co-star in Kedarnath. No doubt she stole our hearts again with her elegance and charm.

9. Wine red semi traditional three piece outfit

Sara wore this wine red three piece outfit on the sets of bigboss. Plain wine red wide legged pants, floral printed crop top and floral long cardigan make up the beautiful semi ethnic outfit. Such a flair it is! This look can be recreated with any  palazzo, crop top and a matching cardigan. This is super trendy and perfect for any Indian festival or wedding. You should totally try it out!


Hope you enjoyed the post. Recreate the looks and let us know how they turned out to you.

Lots of love <3

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    Looking absolutely gorgeous Sara in every single look! Love you the way she carry yourself. Looking forward to see more blog like this!!!

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    Nice article, which you have shared here about the different outfit of sara. Your article is very interesting and useful for those who are interested to western collection, Thanks for sharing this article here.

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