Film star Trisha Krishnan has made fashion critics crush over her effortless style game. Every time she steps out, Trisha leaves an impression. When it comes to regal sarees and modish anarkalis, Trisha is the ultimate ethereal beauty. She recently spread her magic wearing a pistachio green mysa angrakha set, from the clothing label Kalista. The anarkali style sharara set featured full sleeves and tie detailing on the sides that complemented her in every way. The contrasting pink floral print gave an appropriate pop of colour to the dress in viscose georgette material. Trisha allowed that intricately embroidered neckline to steal the attention. She kept her tresses, which were styled in curls, loose and flowing.
Trisha Krishnan can give Gen Z a run for their money when she drapes six yards. This handwoven Kanjivaram saree is an alluring testament to it. The saree, from the shelves of Swetha Reddy's brand Paaprika, has golden gandaberunda motif detailing. Trisha paired it with a matching sleeveless blouse. The actress accentuated her traditional look by tying her hair in a sleek middle-parted juda and wrapping it with gajra. Golden jhumkas and bangles were a perfect pick for the look. While pink glossy lips went well with her saree, Trisha's kohl eyes looked stunning.
Trisha Krishnan made many hearts skip a beat as she donned celebrity couturier Rohit Bal's piece of work. Trisha defined elegance in this white chanderi silk embroidered saree. The sartorial pick highlights the handwork on the pallu. And the hem is beautified through thin matching golden borders. Trisha paired it with a halter neck blouse, which made her ditch the neck pieces. But those statement earrings are worth your attention. Nude pink lips and kohl eyes sealed her look.
If you are someone who loves wearing Indo-Western wear, this tangerine jacket set with flare pants is perfect for you. Trisha Krishnan's ensemble is called a rust-printed jacket set. It is from the shelves of Ease Studio. The dress is accentuated with beautiful floral work in a fuchsia-pink colour. Trisha wore black block heels, smokey eyes and nude lips.
Trisha Krishnan celebrated Eid wearing an elegant yellow saree from the shelves of Paulmi and Harsh. The saree featured a stunning green floral print that gave it a contrasting touch. She paired her look with a green blouse that matched those prints. Trisha opted for statement earrings and a bracelet. The actress gave herself a final touch by keeping her hair loose.