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Get the Look: Sridevi

Sridevi, who was recently voted "India's Greatest Actress in 100 Years" in a CNN-IBN poll conducted on the Centenary of Indian Cinema, is often cited as the first female superstar of Hindi cinema. For that reason, it's not surprising that her style and elegance are often used as inspiration for other women's style and clothing choices. In 2013, she was awarded Hindustan Times Mumbai's Most Stylish Award. Here are some tips to emulate this megastar's megastyle.

Simple Yet Sexy

One of Sridevi's most famous looks is from the film "Mr. India," in which she dances to a sexy rain song in a stunning blue sari. Though body-hugging and gorgeous, the sari was relatively plain in comparison to some other Indian boutique clothing, which is incredibly intricate with its embroidery and different fabrics. Adapt this style to your own wardrobe by choosing women's Indian clothing that is both form-flattering and simple, drawing attention to your curves without being too revealing.

Sleek and Seductive

Though she was playfully nicknamed "thunder thighs" early in her career, Sridevi appeared at the Society Interiors supplement launch in 2012 in a tight, bright blue dress that emphasized yet again how lovely the actress looks in bold colors. Bring this element of style to your closet by looking for dresses that hug your body with bright, rich jewel tones.

Show-stopping Elegance

Sridevi is known for being a fashion icon in addition to a renowned actress, and shows off looks that turn heads no matter where she goes. She's no stranger to traditional saris in bright colors like magenta and coral or metallics like copper and gold, but she's also a stunner when she dresses down. Sridevi keeps on trend, sporting right-off-the-runway looks and dark denim right alongside those intricately designed festival saris. Copycat her style on your own dime by purchasing and wearing clothes in colors and shapes that look great on you, but don't be afraid to step out of your comfort zone every now and then.

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