Bollywood movies have always played a key role in setting new trends in the fashion world. But there still have been some movies that have instinctively gone trending and leaving an exceptional mark on our minds. Here’s a list of such outfits from Bolly movies that have set major milestones in trending fashion statements!

1. Anarkali Suits from Madhubala

Her ANARKALI suit in the song JAB PYAR KIYA TO DARNA KYA became a fashion statement for women across ages and is addressed by her name in the movie itself ANARKALI.

2. Collared suits from Bunty Aur Babli

Collared short shirts paired with Patiala was an instant fashion those days and the style was named as Bunty Babli suits.

3. Harems from Jab We Met

Kareena brought alive a new trend of wearing comfy clothes with a pinch of style. The ease with which she wore the free-flowing harem pants with simple T-shirts and the attitude with which she carried her energetic and bubbly character in the movie has left an unforgettable mark on all or minds.

4. Jumpsuits from Cocktail

The moment we name this movie, the only first sights are of all the amazing clothes and the stylish yet so comfortable jumpsuits in specific. ‘True elegance is in simplicity’ – said Coco Chanel and Diana Penty carried these jumpsuits just like that. Her style and this movie on a whole made this outfit one of the most adorable and trendy outfits in the fashion loving world.

5. Palazzos from Cocktail

The movie Cocktail was probably one of the greatest epitomes in Bollywood fashion revival! While Bollywood movies always left a mark on the ongoing fashion trends and apparel choices, Cocktail created a brand all by itself. Everything that Deepika wore in the movie had become a style statement, but still, we would like to keep her flowy and comfortable palazzo pants as a highly exceptional and most popular mention.

6. Long Skirts from 2 States

Alia Bhatt, set her style statement and imprinted her image rightly as a youth icon with her graceful and yet so stunning attire in the movie 2 States. She brought in vogue the long, flair cotton skirts with spaghetti tops or T-backs and a minimal but chick accessories to support.

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