Nayanthara is one of South Indian movie industry's biggest stars starring in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam films and is probably the highest paid actress as well. That however doesn't keep her from being grounded. The star loves the small things in life like her love for sarees. We see her often donning the gorgeous six-yard and ownthe look completely every single time. Be it delicate chiffon and georgette sarees that drape like a dream to beautiful silk ones that make her look like nothing short of a Goddess, Nayanthara sure knows how to embrace her cultural roots. And by adding a touch of traditional jewellery, she dazzles like a true diva. On her birthday today, it is only fair we look back at some of her best saree looks to recreate effortlessly.
Nayanthara's love for gorgeous pastels in fabrics like tissue and linen is very obvious. She loves to keep it simple in plain pastels which can be accessorised with anything between a traditional pair or earrings or a choker. A plain saree like this one can hardly ever go wrong even if it were to a wedding.
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Sometimes all you need in your wardrobe is a printed saree that can uplift any dull day. A printed saree need not even require jewellery just smile your way through and you'll be a sight to behold. Whether it is a traditional South Indian style check saree or a subtle floral one, Nayanthara sure knows how to fit one for the occasion.
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Nayanthara would definitely look like a gorgeous South Indian bride. We've seen glimpses in her films in all her bridal glory, perfectly adorned with stunning hues of red and orange paired with traditional jewellery. This is certainly a look for all upcoming brides on how to ace bridal fashion with jaw-dropping outfits and a look to remember.
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