The winters are slowly preparing themselves to bid goodbye in time to welcome springtime glory. With it comes the classic spring trend of florals. Mrunal Thakur dressed in a purple floral lehenga is the perfect example of how a wedding guest should dress in the spring. The gorgeous outfit in deep purple had pastel flowers all over and was from the designer label Sana Barreja. It featured a short-sleeved blouse with a deep V-neckline which showcased patti borders and delicate zari work at the sleeves. The outfit included a flared lehenga skirt in the same pattern and colour shade. Mrunal carried a breezy dupatta with the outfit. Adorning the ethnic look with a choker necklace and earrings, Mrunal kept her makeup minimally glam as she twirled away under the warm sunshine.
Recently, Mrunal Thakur was a muse for yet another ethnic outfit and left us speechless. The blush pink ghagraset from the clothing brand Seema Gujral consisted of a sleeveless kurta with sparkly details teamed with a gorgeous ghagra bottom. The kurta featured a plunging neckline while the kurta and the ghagra both featured intricate embroidery and heavy work with sequins. Mrunal carried a sheer dupatta in the same shade of blush pink with her outfit. Mrunal wore a statement choker necklace and earrings and opted for glamorous dewy makeup which perfectly complemented her look.
Mrunal Thakur's sunshine yellow lehenga for Makar Sankranti celebrations was yet another ethnic piece that we cannot get out of our minds. The outfit from the designer label Vvani by Vani Vats included an embellished v-neck blouse in vibrant colours with intricate threadwork. She wore a gorgeous lehenga with a graceful fall and minimal sequin detailing and carried a mirror-work border dupatta. A choker-style gold necklace, and a pair of pearl earrings were her only accessories as she complemented them with minimal glam.
Which is your next bridesmaid ethnic outfit?Comments