Ethnic outfits are evergreen. Whether it's a festive occasion or simply a family function, we always turn to ethnic wear. Although traditional outfits are common, we still tend to look for something unique, beautiful and trendy. To help us more in this department, we have Mrunal Thakur in the house. The actress recently shared pictures wearing a gorgeous floral Anarkali from Anita Dongre. Her pastel pink Anarkali featured elaborate multi-coloured floral embroidery work in shades of yellow, green, pink, white grey and lavender. The strappy traditional wear also showed a scooped neckline. Mrunal teamed it with a soft pink churidar salwar and a dupatta with similar embroidery work. For accessories, she added dangler earrings and a statement ring. For makeup, Mrunal added subtle mascara and pink lipstick. Her middle-parted hair was open in waves.
Not just Anarkalis, Mrunal Thakur also aces stunning lehengas like none other. For a photoshoot, she wore an ivory and gold toned lehengafrom designer label Shehla Khan. Mrunal's lehenga came with a body-fit bottom and floral motifs in gold on the base of ivory. She wore it with a strappy blouse in a similar floral detailing. A matching dupatta styled as a cape on her shoulder added oomph to her look. With kohl, mascara, well-contoured cheeks and nude glossy lips, she was good to go. Her statement earrings and a sleek hairdo gave the final touches.
Mrunal Thakur looked extremely elegant in a beautiful green sharara set by Devnaagri. Her OOTD consisted of a short kurta showcasing a V-neckline and sharara pants. Although the pants were plain, her kurti featured white floral embroidery. She added a dupatta to round off her style. Her accessories included oxidised jewellery consisting of a choker-style necklace, earrings and rings. Mrunal went for sleek eyeliner, rosy pink blush and glossy lips. Her dark brown tresses were styled in curls.
Mrunal Thakur looks straight out of a dream in this ethnic marvel from the shelves of Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla. She wore a spectacular high-waist lehenga decorated with pretty mirrorwork all over. The actress teamed it with a beige off-shoulder blouse showcasing similar mirror work. A net dupatta having floral mirror work and scalloped borders complemented the OOTD. Her statement neckpiece and maang tika looked perfect. A nice matte glow makeup complemented her look.
Once we saw Mrunal Thakur in this gorgeous ethnic wear and we were floored. She wore six yards of grace with absolute finesse. Her pastel silk drape from the clothing brand Kankatala featured gold zari work and patti borders throughout. She matched it with a plain pink blouse. For accessories? She added a gold choker necklace, a bracelet and a pair of jhumkas earrings. Her simple makeup and that tiny red bindi worked like icing on the cake.
Now, whenever you fail to find ways to deck up in ethnic wear, you know Mrunal Thakur is someone you need to look up to.Comments