These Amazing Fashion Trends Were Given To Us By Bollywood Movies – #4 Went Viral

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Bollywood is known for its fashion trends around the world. And we all go crazy over the clothes we see our favorite actors wearing. All these times there have been movies which became a landmark for a certain clothing.  You know how much we dig for the replicas of those clothes in markets. Here are some of the Bollywood Movie fashion trends that became a landmark for the fashion we follow today.


1. Madhuri’s Look In Hum Aapke Hain Kaun

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When Madhuri Dixit wore a backless blouse in Hum Aapke Hain Kaun, it took over the fashion Industry in no time. Now Backless blouse has become a trend in Traditional wears. Apart from that, the Lacy Dress that was worn by her in the Same movie was so pretty that girls went crazy over it. Lace never got old since then. We still love lacy dresses, don’t we?


2. Shiny Friendship Bands In Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

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We all have watched this movie several times and back in time, it became Famous for two Major Fashion Trends. One was the Chains and pretty Friendship Bracelets and another one was the Bridal Jewellery worn by Kajol. Brides specially demanded a heavy jewelry on their special day to look just like Kajol did.


3. Chokers And Denim In Rangeela

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Denim shirts aren’t a new thing if you have watched Rangeela before. The knotted denim shirts along with Chokers looked so Beautiful on Urmila Matondkar that it became an Inspiration for many Fashion followers.


4. T-Shirts With Patiyala In Jab We Met

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We didn’t know that Tee-Shirts could look so flawless with Patiyala before Kareena wore it and it became a sensation.


5. Polka Dots In Bobby

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Polka dots were Introduced when Dimple Kapadia flaunted them in her movie Bobby in 1973. We didn’t know that something so simple could look so elegant. All thanks to Bollywood.

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