With versatile silhouettes, risque slits and lively hues, Malaika Arora is a trailblazer in the world of fashion. She is a true magician when it comes to effortlessly shifting between Western and ethnic silhouettes. We got to see that magic on the auspicious occasion of Onam when Malaika was seen leaving for her mother's home. For the occasion, the B-town diva chose to take the ethnic route. Malaika wore a white silk suit with an embellished mock neckline and scallop ends from the brand Faabiiana. Yellow tie and dye dupatta added contrast to her look. A sleek middle-parted low bun gave her the final touch. Don't miss her subtle black bindi.
Malaika Arora's lime green Banarasi saree is what you need to add to your wardrobe to make it feel lively. Coming from the shelves of Anita Dongre, the six yards highlighted the gota-patti border. Malaika paired it with a plain sleeveless blouse having a plunging neckline. The accessory department was completed with choker-style jewellery and matching studs. She left her side-parted hair open and styled them in curled ends.
Malaika's style statement often comes loaded with twists. She is brilliant when it comes to making a stunning case of contemporary met ethnic. She wore a three-piece set from the shelves of Krisha Sunny Ramani. The outfit belongs to the couturier's Maaya collection which features delicate floral patterns and graphic prints. The ensemble featured a shimmery bustier that perfectly went with her long skirt. But her floor-sweeping flowy pink shrug with dramatic billowy sleeves turned out to be the show stopped. She left her hair open and styled it in beachy waves. The dewy base was complemented by her highlighted temples and glossy lips.
With lip-smacking Onam Sadhya, gorgeous flower rangoli and traditional kasavu, people in the Southern states of Kerala indulge in the festivities of the harvest festival Onam. We are waiting to see Malaika's pick for Thiruvonam.Comments