For times when you wanted the fashion spotlight to be on yourself only, chances are that you have gone for a resplendent saree. The magic of this six-yard fabric continues to stun all of us and actress Tara Sutaria is no different in this matter. Always a sight to behold, this time she opted for a bright cherry red coloured drape saree set from designer Punit Balana's latest collection 'Mandana'. Featuring some intricate designs that paved the way for this dreamy saree to look all the more ethereal, the ensemble included a strappy blouse with marodi and dabka work done while the satin silk organza saree was draped interestingly with a cutwork belt. Tara made the look more elegant by complimenting it with a navratna necklace and kada studded with polki diamonds, bright gems, and also, polki diamond earrings. Her sleek straight hair was left open to complete the look. If you're out there thinking about how to ring in the upcoming celebrations, we think this look by Tara Sutaria will give you all the inspiration you need.
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For Tara Sutaria, serving great looks one after the other has always been one easy task. And when it comes to ethnic fashion, she has ruled the trends for quite some time now. To do some glamorous talking, she went for a lehenga with brocade work all over it and a detailed and elaborate golden meenakari necklace that stole the show. This look sure makes for a grand ethnic look and only Tara could do justice to it!
With all the festivities and wedding functions coming up, just a scroll through Tara Sutaria's Instagram will help you understand what tones and dialogues you want to bring forth with your ethnic wear. Dazzling through some sophistication in subdued hues, she donned a statement look in light pink with intricate embroidery. Well, this can be one grand timeless look.
Tara Sutaria always makes sure that she looks every bit of a royal princess when she adorns ethnic wear. Looking breathtaking in a gorgeous lehenga set by designer Ritu Kumar in burnt orange colours, her skirt crafted with Jamawar fabric looked like a wearable piece of art. The lehenga was complemented with a rust orange blouse featuring ruffled sleeves and intricate gold embroidery. Her mid-parted hair made into a low bun made the look vintage and playful equivalently.
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