Let's accept that every outfit looks good on Mrunal Thakur. So, how is she surprising us now? The actress tried a jaw-dropping ethnic look and we can't pry our eyes off her. She stepped out in a saree and we are all smitten. Mrunal draped a sheer black saree with exaggerated ruffled detailing all over it. Although the saree is plain, except for the subtly embellished borders, the diva tried to jazz up her look with a stylish blouse. She chose a sparkling black halter-neck blouse with a plunging neckline. Mrunal styled her ethnic look with a pair of matching black stiletto pumps. Her accessories included a sleek neckpiece and earrings. For makeup, she wore kohl on her eyes, dark brows and a dash of nude shade on her lips. Her hair was styled in soft curls.
Do you remember how Mrunal Thakur won hearts in this magnificent red lehenga? She walked the ramp for fashion designer Swapna Anumolu and her beloved Mishru at the FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week. Her lehenga featured 3D floral details. It's teamed with a beautiful sleeveless red blouse. She added a dupatta in a cape style that brought a modern twist to her appearance. The diva teamed her ethnic avatar with a choker set. Her smoky eye makeup and a side-swept gelled hairstyle worked like icing on the cake.
Sometimes, Mrunal Thakur also experiments with her outfits and the results are unmissable. She once took a fusion route and wore an embroidered bustier blouse with a stunning skirt. To elevate the style quotient, she took a long trench-style cape with embroidered floral designs. Her blue pointed heels complemented the look. Mrunal's dramatic makeup included winged eyeliner and a dash of nude shade on the lips. Don't skip the pearly white beads around her neck.
Mrunal Thakur's stylish takes on fashion are always welcome. She looked bright and graceful in this sunshine yellow outfit. She opted for a crop top with a deep v-neckline and palazzo pants. Teaming it further with a matching yellow cape on top, she completed her look. The sleeveless cape came with zari work and embroidery. Mrunal just picked a choker set to round off her look. She chose minimal makeup and left her tresses open.
Look how dreamy Mrunal Thakur appears even in lehengas. She, once, dazzled in a stunning ivory number from designer Manish Malhotra's collection. Her lehenga showcased intricate embroidery in gold with a beautiful flare. Alongside, she took a matching short-sleeved blouse with a plunging neckline. She carried a similar heavy dupatta to give the final touch to her outfit. What made it interesting was her heavy jewellery.
Indeed, Mrunal Thakur's ethnic fashion tales are a sight to behold.Comments