Metallics and sequins are a raging trend. In case you want to weave them in your wedding diaries, who better than our Bollywood divas to take inspiration from? Celebrities, on various occasions, have aced this style in the most gorgeous way. The latest to join the list is Miss World 2017, Manushi Chhillar. For a photoshoot, the actress turned muse to fashion designer Shehla Khan looked swoon-worthy in this gorgeous golden modern-age bridal saree. The pre-drape saree came with gold bugle beads and crystal embellishments. It was paired with a coordinated blouse featuring bow details on the straps. A choker necklace was the only accessory Manushi added to her glamorous ethnic look. She wore pink shimmery eyelids, winged eyeliner, subtle blush on cheeks, and glossy lips. Her locks were left open in beachy waves.
Manushi Chhillar never shies away from adding bling to her ensembles. This Arpita Mehta creation is just another proof. The actress looked stunning in this baby pink hand-embroidered saree. She teamed it with a sleeveless rose gold motto butti hand-embroidered blouse. From the accessory department, she wore a statement diamond necklace. Contoured cheeks, glossy brown lips, and sleek eyeliner for makeup.
Manushi Chhillar once stepped in a monochromatic look. And, oh boy, were we impressed. The all-black traditional outing left us speechless. Her stylish sleeveless blouse came with a plunging neckline. To elevate her style, Manushi added a belt around her waist and a pair of sheer gloves. Contoured and highlighted cheeks, dramatic eyeliner, and muted lips complement her ethnic wear.
Manushi Chhillar's traditional closet is not just limited to gorgeous sarees. For the Diwali festivities last year, she opted for an embroidered lehenga set and we couldn't resist crushing on it. The pastel, lace outfit came from the designer label Seema Gujral. The plunging, halter neckline and asymmetrical hemline with a midriff cut at the front added drama to her ensemble. She teamed the kurta with a gorgeous pastel pink lehenga featuring lace details and delicate embroidery.
In this pastel salwar suit from the clothing brand Picchika, Manushi Chhillar looked her minimal ethnic best. Her ensemble consisted of a long kurta with strappy spaghetti sleeves and white floral motifs all over. Manushi teamed it with a churidar and a breezy dupatta. A pair of mojaris rounded off her outfit.
Manushi Chhillar's ethnic choices, which are an appropriate mix of pastel and bling, have gotten us bowled over.Comments