Kriti Sanon's film Adipurush is set to release today. For one of her promotional campaigns, Kriti wore a custom creation by Sukriti and Akriti. The Anarkali featured pastel shades and heavy lace borders. The flare was the highlight of the ethnic number. Kriti went for statement accessories. A gold choker was paired with two sleek necklaces and earrings. But undoubtedly, it was her shawl that stood out. Handcrafted by Shaza, it is called the Tales of Ayodhya Shawl. The divinely gorgeous number had hand-embroidered kalamkari work all over it. According to the details shared by the brand on Instagram, "Every detail in the piece is a subtle nod to references and literature. The Center of the piece is made to look like a mirror image of Ayodhya with any staircase and uphill climb." The brand also mentioned that, "subtle pictorial nods were given to sun descendants Ishvakuls , the valour of Ramji, to the iconic gates of Ayodhya Nagri and the celebration of Deepavali throughout the embroidery and pattern of the shawl." Amazingly enough, The Ayodhya Tales shawl by Shaza was handcrafted over 2 years by a team of 10 strong artisans.
Wonder who looks best in traditional fashion? Have a sneak peek at Kriti Sanon's Instagram page. Wearing a pastel green Anarkali set, she made all the heads turn. The ethnic number was picked from the shelves of Rimple & Harpreet Narula. There was threadwork and gold embroidery all over her OOTD. The peach-coloured sleeveless jacket took the glory of the outfit to another level.
Do you know Kriti Sanon literally wore gold? Take a look at her vintage Kerala cotton saree which was none other than Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla's creation. The zardosi border of the double-drape saree had 24-carat gold Khadi block print. Gold bangles, gajras on the bun, and a little bindi elevated the traditional quotient of the attire.
Wearing a saree designed by Arpita Mehta, Kriti Sanon looked like a picture of elegance. The brown-coloured six yards had shimmers and gold patti borders. Full sleeved, backless blouse of the same colour was paired very well with the saree. For accessories, Kriti Sanon's gorgeous chandbalis were more than enough.