“Ankhon ki gustakhiyan, maaf ho”, writes Madhuri Dixit after swooning us away with her drop-dead gorgeous pictures. The actress is nothing less than royalty as she slips into a light beige sharara set. The show stealer in the outfit is the heavily embellished short kurta. Along with the intricate golden thread design, the full-sleeve kurta also featured mirror work and a plunging neckline, which only accentuated the look and feel of the ensemble. Madhuri paired the kurta with a plain sharara. The beige number is from the shelves of celebrity designer Arpita Mehta's fashion house. Madhuri added green emerald to accessories her look. She wore a pair of green stone studded golden danglers, a statement ring, as well as a chain around her neck. Mascara-ladden eyes, contoured cheeks, and a nude pink lip completed her makeup. Her manes were left open in soft waves, but some strands around the crown area were loosely tied.
We cannot take our eyes off Madhuri Dixit in this floral co-ord set. The three-piece outfit is from the shelves of designer Varun Bahl. It consisted of a crop top and a pair of wide-leg pants, which featured loud floral prints on the base of mauve. Adding a stylish edge to the ensemble, Madhuri wore a long cape with a similar print. A pair of shiny hoops were enough for accessories.
Madhuri Dixit made our “shaam gulabi” as she wrapped herself in a blush pink sequin saree. The actress teamed the drape with a sleeveless blouse which had a big knot at the back. Once again, she picked green stones to accessorise her ethnic outfit. She wore a necklace consisting of green, white, and maroon stones, as well as a pair of green stone studded silver earrings. From eyeshadows to lip colour, Madhuri's makeup had a touch of nude pink.
Madhuri Dixit is stunning in this parrot green lehenga featuring floral motifs, embroidery work, and sequin embellishment. She teamed the traditional number with a pretty matching parrot green blouse that featured floral motifs and complex threadwork. For accessories, Madhuri went with dangler earrings and bangles. She chose dewy makeup and tied her hair in a pony.
Madhuri Dixit wore a stunning floral anarkali kurta which came with intricate embroidery and bead work at the neckline. The anarkali had floral prints in shades of maroon, green and blue on a base of beige. Elegance personified? Indeed.
Madhuri Dixit's ethnic outings are a memo to deck up this festive season.Comments