Thanks to Bollywood actress Janhvi Kapoor that this spring-summer we have been seeing Indian ethnic wear in many trendy looks. She is undoubtedly one of those celebs who have been making a serious case for ethnic dressing. From beating the heat in delicate cotton kurtas and chikankari suits to glamming up in intricately designed lehengas and shararas, Janhvi has been on point with her desi style statements and setting fashion goals for her fans too. While Janhvi is also an expert in getting Western fashion right, her love for ethnic dressing is not hard to miss.
When it comes to comfort style, Janhvi seems to prefer sticking to Indian wear to keep it easy and chic. And among the many fashion trends that have been doing the rounds, her current obsession with floral prints is very evident through her recent style choices. We recently spotted the Dhadak actress in Mumbai airport, when she proved that there's really no getting over florals by sporting a pretty white and lavender suit from Good Earth Sustain. The anarkali kurta had a deep round neck with floral prints all over and she teamed it with a monochrome lavender dupatta with contrast border, white palazzos and silver sandals. With wavy hair and minimalist makeup, Janhvi indeed nailed airport style.
Earlier in the week, Janhvi was seen in another chic ethnic wear, where floral prints had added more spark to her look. The colourpop kurta-sharara suit by Sukriti & Aakriti was a perfect pick for a casual evening out and unlike her previous look, this was a more subtle way of wearing florals. The magenta kurta was teamed with a green floral printed sharara, with a turquoise blue dupatta to go with it.
Talk about a subtle way of wearing florals, and Janhvi showed us how to do that like a pro at her family get-together during Raksha Bandhan. She had worn a sheer grey kurta by Good Earth Sustain that had adorable, little, embroidered floral detail all over. Teaming it with a pair of bright pink palazzos and a quirky sandals, Janhvi proved that festive style doesn't have to be over the top.
Be it all out floral prints or mini embroidered patterns, there are many ways to include florals in your fashion wardrobe.