Diana Penty was among the many Bollywood divas who walked the Lakme Fashion Week ramp. The actress turned muse to fashion designer Disha Patil and looked gorgeous as ever. Diana chose a modern silver lehenga with a bralette-style blouse for her walk. Oh, and, not to forget the pretty ivory net veil. While the blouse had double straps, a plunging V neckline, cropped hem and sequin embellishments elevated its style. The lehenga featured floral applique work and shimmery sequins. The layered ghera added more pizazz to her modern yet ethnic look. From the accessories section, Diana picked an exquisite diamond and emerald necklace, along with matching rings, and earrings. Her centre-parted wavy locks were left open. She complimented the glitzy glamorous outing with smoky eye shadow, winged eyeliner, feathered brows, and blushed cheeks as well as a beaming highlighter, and brown lip shade.
Diana Penty always leaves a mark with her fashion outings, especially with her recent contemporary pick. The actress draped a Masai Godet saree from the clothing brand 431-88. Her mint-coloured pre-draped ethnic wonder came with a pallu that sat well on her shoulder. Diana teamed it with a sleeveless blouse with a V-neckline. She picked a stunning honeycomb jacket in a sleeveless pattern with embroidery work and a pair of silver heels to round off her look. Her minimal glam included kohl eyes, mascara, and a dash of glossy coral lip shade.
Look at Diana Penty nailing contemporary fashion like a pro. She draped herself in a gorgeous serpentine saree gown by Sonaakshi Raaj Merani. The six yards of grace featured delicate work and a differently styled pallu. Diana teamed it with a matching strappy blouse with tassel detailing all over it. Her eye makeup with that green-winged eyeliner promoted the monotony of her look.
Diana Penty's lehenga set is breathtaking. It featured vertical patterns in sheer red and pink shades, divided by gold gota detailing. She added a strappy pink blouse which gave a modern touch to the desi wear, and a beautiful peppy pink printed dupatta. Diana pulled off the lehenga with a pair of traditional dangler earrings and a tiny black bindi. Her tresses were styled in a bun and a few wavy strands were flowing down her face.
Looking for some contemporary ethnic outfit ideas? Allow Diana Penty to be your guide. Her lehenga choli from the shelves of designer Anita Dongre was simple and dramatic, at the same time. The lehenga skirt was laced with intricate floral prints, and the snazzy red choli was layered with a chic three-quarter-sleeved short jacket. Here, she opted for a delicate necklace and bangles. Diana tied her hair in a low ponytail and wore minimal glam.
Watching Diana Penty ace the best of lehengas and sarees from her ethnic diaries is a delight.Comments