Dussehra The festivities may be as low-key as yet another year of Covid-19, but nothing can dampen the festive spirit of the devotees as they prepare for one of the widely celebrated Hindu festivals with great pomp and show. And handdowns are prepared with Vijaya Dashami. dress This week the target is Bollywood actors Aditi Rao Hydari. its propaganda Maha Samudram Our Dussehra and Durga Puja fashion woes are being solved with a touch of sultry and her recent sizzling pictures are enough to support our claim as she slays ethnic in turquoise silk chanderi gharara set and strappy queen pink and cherry red sharara set. Styles kills.
Sharing pictures from her photoshoot, Aditi set the internet on fire with her killer sartorial look and we can’t help but take fashion cues at her next ethnic outing this festive week. In some of the pictures doing the rounds on the internet, Aditi is seen wearing a turquoise gharara set that came complete with block prints and delicate merody work.
Leheriya print silk chanderi gharara pant and blue marody work short kurti layered with green organza dupatta came with elaborate work along the border and scattered booties. Completing her outfit with silver booties, Aditi pulled her sleek mid-parted hair back into a low bun to flaunt a stunning pair of jhumkis.
Rounding out the ethnic vibe with a little pink bindi, Aditi upped the glam quotient with pink lipstick, pink blush and highlighted cheeks, mascara-laden lids and brows. Posing alluring poses for the camera, Aditi mesmerized us and we can’t wait to recreate the traditional look.
In another set of pictures, the diva was pictured in a soft rani pink and cherry red sharara set. It came with a long kali kurta with hand embroidered yolk and was teamed with block printed sharara pants.
Aditi layered it with a dupatta of marodi work. Striking sensuous poses for the camera, Aditi gave the right fashion cues to give ethnic wear a sultry spin and we are taking notes.
Leaving her luscious soft curly hair open at her back in her signature mid-parted hairstyle, Aditi accessorised her look with a pair of statement gold jhumkis. Wearing a dab of rosy lipstick, Aditi stuck to a makeup look filled with pink blush and highlighted cheeks, mascara-laden lids and brows.
Both the outfits are credited to the eponymous label of Indian fashion designer Puneet Balana, which claims to be rooted in Indian culture combining modernism, minimalism and aestheticism and drawing cultural influences from the rich Rajasthani culture. While the turquoise gharara basically sets the cost ₹37,500 on the designer website, Rani Pink and Cherry Red Sharara Set is priced at Rs. ₹40,000.
Aditi Rao Hydari was styled by celebrity fashion stylist Sanam Ratansi.