Shraddha Kapoor, Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Dia Mirza teach us a thing or two about quirking up ethnic wear
Assemble, fashion-lovers! Although the week passed by in a jiffy, it’s time to celebrate the best of fashion. Gotta admit, there were head-turners, a lot of them, but there were only a few who made us look twice. And we’ll be honest, it wasn’t easy to compile and shortlist the ones who were just unputdownable but we have made it happen for you and ah, you don’t even have to thank us. Before we foray further, there was an unsaid theme of the week, one with an ethnic inkling, but you’ll need an eye for the aesthetics to figure the art out of it. However, don’t worry, we will decode that for you anyway! So, gear yourself…
From a bralet and palazzo to long kurtas with brocade pants and all kinds of drapes really, here are our top 5 picks for the week. Mind you, they stepped out looking like a million bucks. Shall we…
Shraddha Kapoor might be busy with the promotion of her movie, Batti Gul Meter Chalu, but boy, is she serving lewks! The actress recently wore an ensemble that’s a total steal for your next morning festive function with the fam, She looked absolutely flawless in a pastel, deck stripe print palazzo pant & lapel cape, teamed with a thread and mirror embroidered bralet by Arpita Mehta.
Dia Mirza recently hosted a leadership award function and looked effortlessly elegant in an exclusive Ankur & Priyanka Modi design. Black-and-white seldom hit the right notes, but when they do, it looks like this. The diva paired the look with a side drape and Victorian necklace and equally classy earrings.
Huma Qureshi was recently seen wearing an Anita Dongre emerald lehenga for India’s Best Dramebaaz and we’re a fan of the intricate silver embellishment. It came with an ivory chiffon dupatta and the contrast was smooth on the yes. She even styled it with chandelier earrings and sleek, middle-parted hair. Needless to say, we love!
Samantha Ruth Prabhu
Samantha Ruth Prabhu channels an inner Goddess whenever she steps out and she has done it again. For her recent outing, she chose to go with a red kurta and ‘Aftab’ Varanasi silk brocade pale blue pants by Raw Mango and love the minimalist styling with vintage inspired drops by Neck-piece.
Amruta Khanvilkar, who surprised us all with her role in Alia Bhatt’s Raazi, has an innate voice that comes out in her fashion outings. A bold, unbrazen finish that brings out the best in her. This time around, the actress did the drape and it’s refreshing to be honest. She was dressed in an AOM couture saree with a belt that held the look together. That and the statement necklace added glam to glory.