National Handloom Day 2019: Deepika Padukone, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Sonam Kapoor Show you How to Nail the Traditional Weaves in Style

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How many of y'all know there's day registered as National Handloom Day? No, you aren't expected to dress up in traditional weaves but it's a just a usual day to celebrate our heritage and the importance of handloom. From Benarasi silk to Kanjeevaram sarees, there's a lot of variety in handloom fabrics and their tenacity varies with different processes. Veteran actress Rekha is a staunch devotee and a fierce loyalist of her Kanjeevaram sarees and they look regale, don't they? National Handloom Day 2019: Date And Significance of the Day to Honour Handloom Weavers, Generate Awareness And Mark the 1905 Swadesh Movement.

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However, the legacy of handloom sarees goes beyond Rekha or even Vidya Balan who's equally protective about her traditional weaves. Many Bollywood beauties including Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor, Kangana Ranaut and others have witnessed its royal charm and showed us how they are nailed gracefully. It's not really a big deal to ace these beautifully handcrafted six yards and all you need is a bit of grace. Don't believe us? Let these B-town stunners show you how to slay in these great weaves. Best and Worst Dressed Over the Weekend: Deepika Padukone, Ananya Pandey, Disha Patani Are the Duds This Weekend, While Malaika and Mira Show How It’s Done!

Deepika Padukone in Shailesh Singhania

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Karisma Kapoor in Raw Mango

Kangana Ranaut in Madhurya

Priyanka Chopra in one of her personal creations

Sonam Kapoor in Neeru's

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in a red Banarasi saree

Anushka Sharma in Sabyasachi Mukherjee

As a conclusion, let's vow to own at least a piece of handloom in all our personal wardrobes. Trust us, you won't repent this decision. Acing these weaves is like an addiction. It gradually develops with time and its habit is hard to let go. The better you nail, the stronger is its impact on your heart.