Kiara Advani and Sidharth Malhotra's fairytale wedding took place in Jaisalmer's Suryagarh Palace. The wedding celebrations were an intimate affair, attended by family and close friends. The guest list also included Kiara's Kabir Singh co-star Shahid Kapoor and his wife Mira Rajput. In an Instagram post, Mira congratulated the newlyweds for their happily ever after and even shared a bunch of pictures from the ceremony. However, we have a special mention of Mira's wedding wardrobe. In a time when people are obsessing over lehenga choli and sharara sets, Mira opted for an embroidered set from Faraz Manan. The full-sleeves off-white kurta, with a closed neckline, faux buttons and sheer detail around the torso, was teamed perfectly with matching calf-length pants. She carried a multi-coloured shawl decorated with floral patterns and stripes. Mira accessorised the ensemble with ear studs, statement rings, clear strap sandals, and a pearl-adorned potli bag.
Mira Rajput never fails to bring the bling factor to the table, especially when it's a lehenga set. The outfit consisted of a sleeveless blouse, showcasing a square neckline and silver detailing. It was paired with a high-waist sparkly skirt and a dupatta. Floral studs and a sleek necklace for accessories. We think Mira's ethnic outings are incomplete without a potli bag.
Anyone would agree that Mira Rajput is by far one of the most stylish wedding guests. And, she just needed a multicolour saree to prove us right. She paired the number with a royal blue sequin blouse. It added that extra glam factor to her desi looks. Mira opted for statement smokey eye makeup and a pair of blue earrings for her fit.
Mira Rajput in yet another saree look holds our attention like no other. She draped herself in a white number, which came with golden polka dots all over and a mirror work border. Underneath, Mira wore a strappy blouse, laced with mirror-work and a plunging neckline, to accentuate the look.
If you are running out of options for a day wedding, Mira Rajput's stunning yellow ensemble could be a perfect pick. The outfit included a short kurti with white geometric patterns, and fringes around the sleeves. A pair of flared pants, with similar white floral prints, added more pizazz to her style. A potli bag has become a regular sighting in Mira's traditional looks.
Mira Rajput romances millennial style and remains rooted in the traditional but with a splash of fun.Comments