Be it ethnic or modern, Mouni Roy's fashion sense sets her a class apart. It's amazing how she is always giving us ideas to style ourselves. Meanwhile, this festive season if you want to nail a traditional get-up and yet look trendy and unique in it, take inspiration from Mouni Roy. She turned the showstopper for designer Payal Singhal in a breathtaking lehenga looking surreal at the Lakme Fashion Week. Mouni wore a stunning cream lehenga with velvet applique zardozi work on it. The lehenga has mirror work, fine embroidery designs and embellishment. With that, she added a matching strappy blouse with a plunging neckline. The embellished blouse also featured tassels at the hem and fringe details on the sleeves. For accessories, she just added a maang tika. Her makeup included contouring, dark brows, winged eyeliner and a nude shade on her lips. With a straight hairdo, she sealed her look.
Mouni Roy can pull off lehengas like none other and we aren't complaining. She dazzled in a beautiful ivory lehenga featuring a self-embroidered style. The heavy floor-sweeping ethnic wonder was paired with a stylish matching blouse with a scoop neckline, sequin embroidery and intricate Chikankari work. She also styled a dupatta that added more charm to her look. Mouni kept her accessories on point with a choker set and maang tika. She made a bun and decorated it with white flowers.
Mouni Roy often embraces ethnic looks beautifully and we have ample evidence of this. She made her way straight into our hearts wearing a beautiful pink floral lehenga. The pink silhouettes showcase floral motifs in shades of white and green. Her matching cropped choli was just perfect with the lehenga. She added a floral dupatta to amp up the outing. A statement neckpiece and nude makeup went well.
Mouni Roy served another mesmerising lehenga look and we couldn't help but stare at her in awe. She made a striking fashion statement in all-black attire. The actress opted for a beautiful lehenga covered with sequins. Adding to the glitz and glamour was her strappy blouse in the same hue. Her dupatta gave the final touch to the look. All she needed was a pair of statement earrings to amp up her look.
You talk about lehengas and see Mouni Roy acing them with grace. She once pulled off a gorgeous lehenga by Bora Honey. Her outfit included a flowy skirt with heavy embroidery work done on it. With that, she added a matching blouse with full sleeves and a deep neckline. It also had fringe adding an extra edge to the look. Mouni chose to go ahead with loud makeup for this one. Se wore winged eyeliner and bright red lipstick. Her hair was left open.
We are very happy to see Mouni Roy acing a number of ethnic looks.Comments