Dia Mirza is no rookie when it comes to the world of fashion. Having been a beauty pageant winner and an actor for nearly two decades, Dia seems to have only honed her seemingly keen eye for fashion. But Dia Mirza has a style of her own and her sartorial choices are seldom based off of the latest trend. No, Dia Mirza is most certainly not a trend monger. She has a sense of style that is classic, elegant and distinct - and, in our opinion, evergreen. But what makes Dia Mirza stand out from the crowd? It would have to be, for us, Dia's love for ethnic prints and silhouettes. We don't just mean the usual ethnic suits and sarees, though. Dia has a knack for picking outfits with ethnic prints, but contemporary silhouettes.
Here are some of our favourite picks.
We're absolutely loving Dia Mirza's off-shoulder layered suit and palazzo pant set from Anjali Jani. She wore this outfit for a promotional event for her latest film, Sanju.
For another day of promotions for Sanju, Dia picked this yellow maxi dress with ethnic embroidery from Varq by Varun Nidhika. Doesn't she look stunning?
We just can't get enough of Dia in this brocade dress by designer Pallavi Singhee. The red and blue combination is definitely working for her.
Not to say that Dia never turns to the good old kurta and pant combination. Dia looks fantastic in this cross stitch detail linen tunic with silk linen trousers from Anavila Misra.
Dia Mirza's latest acting stint as Manyata Dutt in the film Sanju has been garnering much appreciation. Although small, Dia Mirza's role in the film is being touted as a powerful one. Prior to Sanju, Dia Mirza seems to have taken a bit of a hiatus from mainstream Bollywood movies, but the former Miss Asia Pacific has never really been out of sight. Dia has stayed visible and relevant through her participation in various social and environmental campaigns, yes - but, mostly, she seems attuned with her fans thanks to the magic medium that is social media. The magic medium that also allows them to see Dia slaying her uncommon sense of style.
Here's hoping we get to see a lot more of Dia, in fashion and films.