Mrunal Thakur, with every style statement, proves that she is a fashionista. Her recent ethnic look has our attention. You ask, what is she wearing? The actress walked the ramp in style for fashion designer Swapna Anumolu and her beloved Mishru at the FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week. Mrunal flaunted a jaw-dropping floral three-piece crimson lehenga set looking ravishing as ever. Her outfit featured hand-cut 3D flower appliques and embellishments. The monochrome ethnic wear, which included a voluminous skirt, a sleeveless crop top, and a dupatta in the same shade, was all about silk thread textured flowers, and French knots. To amp up her look, she picked a layered necklace, dangling earrings, and a statement ring. Mrunal wore glossy lips, winged eyeliner, and a side-swept gelled hairstyle.
Mrunal Thakur radiates sunshine in this yellow co-ord set. The outfit consisted of a plain yellow crop top with a deep V-neckline and a pair of palazzo pants. She teamed a sleeveless jacket, which featured zari work and embroidery, with the ensemble. For accessories, she picked a delicate choker and a pair of traditional stud earrings. Leaving her tresses loose, the actress wore minimal glam makeup.
We have been crushing over Mrunal Thakur's stunning floral anarkali. The breezy blue kurta came with an open front with embroidered floral patterns in red and green. She teamed the kurta with a pair of straight fit printed pants. Mrunal went for subtly-done eyes, glossy lips and well-contoured cheeks to glam up. A pair of dangling statement earrings were a perfect match for her subtle attire.
Mrunal Thakur is a pro when it comes to nailing an anarkali suit. Here, the actress adorned a black anarkali kurta which featured floral embroidery throughout. The full-sleeves ethnic number also had cape detailing and a beautiful flare. She accentuated her look with a golden waist belt. For accessories, she picked traditional statement earrings. Tying her mane neatly in a ponytail, Mrunal settled with nude shades for her makeup with a glossy lip tint and subtly done eyes.
Mrunal Thakur wearing a floral yellow lehenga is all we need on a boring day. She paired the skirt, which had pink floral prints throughout, with a pastel green blouse. Mrunal carried a yellow dupatta, with fringe details at the hemline. Hairdo? Beachy waves. Accessories? Statement earrings. Makeup? Minimal.
Take some inspiration for your festive wear from Mrunal Thakur's traditional ensembles.Comments