As an Indian woman, all you need to do to feel like a queen is to slip into a saree. Agree? And, no one knows this better than Mrunal Thakur, who was recently seen rocking a Ridhi Mehra saree like a vision. The peach and champagne toned piece is a simple and understated number that oozes elegance. The plain saree was complemented by a net blouse with floral patterns as well as beaded designs. She completed the look with a statement ring, straight hair and dewy makeup. The actress added a touch of colour with a peach gloss that had orange undertones.
Mrunal Thakur and Indian ensembles are a match made in heaven. We love how the actress looked in this black Punit Balana saree that she chose for Diwali, this year. The black saree featured a gold border that was paired with a matching golden blouse with intricate threadwork and sequin designs. Mrunal kept her hair open in waves and went with dark kohl eyes and a glossy lip. She sported oodles of bronzer to add warmth to her dewy makeup look. Also, do not miss the statement earrings and ring.
And when it comes to colours, Mrunal Thakur does not shy away from going bright. On Dhanteras, she was seen in a mustard Bandhani print lehenga by Punit Balana. The actress styled her dupatta like a cape and tied her hair up in a bun and added a lovely floral accessory to it. Her makeup was fresh and glowy. Mrunal went with a smokey-eye look with a peach lip and added some golden glass bangles to complete the look.
We cannot get over this JJ Valaya wedding lehenga in shades of maroon, bronze and gold that she paired with matching gold jewellery, some time ago. The statement piece was a ruby necklace that added a regal air to the look. Along with a head ornament, Mrunal Thakur also added a floral hair accessory. We love how she went for a golden-brown eye look and brown lips, tying the whole ensemble together with her makeup.
Truth be told, we still cannot get over the Manish Malhotra saree that Mrunal Thakur rocked last Diwali in beige and maroon. The sequin piece was teamed with a blouse in the same colours but sans any bling. She chose to wear a statement necklace with the saree.
Now, we know that the only place we need to visit for some ethnic wear inspiration is Mrunal Thakur's Instagram timeline.
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