Summer means it's also vacation season and the perfect time to step back and relax. While the crazy heat may make you go absolutely crazy, the thought of sipping on some chilled lemonade by the sea is the only thing on your mind. So, go ahead and plan that exotic holiday and while you do so, don't forget to make your holiday outfits as pretty as your destination. Whether it's a vacation by the beach or chilling in a houseboat on the backwaters, we've got the perfect summer style inspiration from these celebs just for you.

Malaika Arora Khan

Dressing up on vacation may seem like a task and lounge wear is your best option. Invest in a trendy set that's not just comfortable but also keeps you looking chic while you lounge in style. Take inspiration from the gorgeous Malaika who slays even in a simple printed lounge wear set.

Anushka Sharma

Co-ords have been quite popular and Anushka Sharma definitely knows how to beat the heat in absolute style. Get your hands on a trendy co-ord set that will definitely make you look super stylish and keep you comfortable for a fun day ahead.

Sonam Kapoor

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Summer is all about bringing out those vibrant printed dresses that are perfect while the temperatures soar. Sonam Kapoor looks effortlessly stylish in this pretty printed maxi dress that's perfect for a holiday brunch.

Parineeti Chopra

We're in love with Parineeti's look which is so effortlessly chic and perfect for that beach trip you've planned. You don't always have pick a vibrant dress. If you love black, go ahead and pick that cute black dress and pair it with bohemian tie-up sandals for a fun holiday look.

Alia Bhatt

While you try to escape the heat and plan on a trip that doesn't include some sun, sea and sand, you need to carry an all denim outfit along. It's smart, trendy and looks super stylish. Alia definitely gives us some serious #StyleInspo and you definitely have to try on the all denim look. Like this article? Also read: Do It Better Than A Celeb: Airport Style

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