If you want to get your hands on the trendiest ethnic wear options, you must take inspiration from birthday girl Sobhita Dhulipala. The actress has an array of ethnic wear outfits from lehengas, and kurtas to anarkalis and sarees. There has never been any dull moment as far as the Indian wear choices are concerned when it comes to Sobhita. The diva has left no stone unturned in making top-notch ethnic choices for her movie promotions, red-carpet events, or important photoshoots. We celebrate her birthday with a round-up of our favourite ethnic outfits on the block.
Sobhita chose a purple ethnic number, by Tarun Tahiliani which featured an embroidered kashida bodice with a crinkled skirt ghera came with gold gota work as she teamed it with a simple churidar and chanderi dupatta.
Sobhita Dhulipala's white ruffle saree from designer label Arpita Mehta was simply breathtaking. The sheer drape featured hand embroidery threadwork and delicate mirror embroidery. She wore a bralette-style blouse with it which also had mirror word details.
Shobita Dhulipala wore a stunning piece by designer Heena Kochchar. The outfit consisted of a full-sleeved kurta, a salwar, and a net dupatta to complement. The designer's hallmark work added a traditional touch to the look. Shobita picked a statement kundan set to complement the look along with a pair of jutis.
Sobhita picked a pastel sequinned net saree from the designer label Nikita Gujral. The number featured embellishments with heavy borders and a sheer body. She picked a sweetheart neck blouse with tie-knot detailing at the back which also had delicate embellishments.
Sobhita took the glam bar higher, picking an all-white lace saree from the clothing brand Premya. The gorgeous lace drape has exquisite floral embroidery and Sobhita added an edge to her look as she picked a full-sleeved lace blouse to go with it.
For the PS-2 trailer and audio launch, Sobhita picked a pastel pink sheer saree from ace designer Manish Malhotra and looked divine in the custom-made saree. The drape showcased embroidered borders in golden thread as she teamed it with a short-sleeved gold blouse.
Sobhita's plain lime drape was an elegant touch to ethnic dressing. The breezy silk drape had a gorgeous sheen as the diva teamed it with a short-sleeved blouse in a blue palette. The actress teamed the look with jhumka earrings and embellished juttis.
We are totally and madly in love with Sobhita's gorgeous ethnic collection.Comments