From beautiful silk sarees to gorgeous lehengas, Mrunal Thakur's ethnic wardrobe is quite elaborate. Off late, the actress is giving out various reasons to head to her Instagram page for some fresh and classy fashion inspiration. Vibrant shades and embroidery are currently dominating Mrunal's wardrobe, and these pictures are proof. In a beautiful green sharara set, by Devnaagri, the actress looked like her elegant self. The outfit consisted of a short V-neckline kurta, laced with white floral embroidery and a matching dupatta. She added a plain green sharara to complete her style. She accessories herself with oxidised jewellery consisting of a choker-style necklace, earrings and rings. Her dark brown tresses were styled in curls on one side. Mrunal picked muted and subtle shades for her glam. She defined her eyes with sleek eyeliner, enhanced her skin with rosy pink blush and opted for glossy lips.
In a dreamy Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla lehenga, Mrunal Thakur looked splendid. Her beige off-shoulder blouse was teamed with a high-waist skirt - both decorated with edge mirror-work. A sheer net dupatta, with a sleek border and floral mirror-work, was gracefully placed on top of her head. Statement jewellery and her matte glow makeup accompanied her look.
We are not able to get Mrunal Thakur's saree looks out of our minds, even if we tried. She wore a pastel silk drape from the clothing brand Kankatala. The ethnic wonder, featuring gold zari work and patti borders throughout, was teamed with a plain pink blouse. With a gold choker necklace, a bracelet and a pair of jhumkas earrings, Mrunal aced the traditional look perfectly.
Mrunal Thakur's pastel pink Seema Gujral sharara set was all things glittery. Oh, we are not complaining at all. Her outfit included a strappy short kurta with a plunging neckline, a flared sharara, and a sheer net dupatta. She further complemented her modern desi fit with heavy statement jewellery. Muted glam and straightened tresses sealed the look.
This yellow silk organza lehenga of Mrunal Thakur came from the shelves of the clothing brand Vvani by Vani Vats. It showcased an intricately multi-colour hand-embroidered v-neck blouse, which was clubbed with a silk organza lehenga skirt and a hand-cut mirror border dupatta. Heavy jewellery and minimal glam including white-pink eyelids, highlighted cheeks, and glossy lips worked wonders.
After the success of Sita Ramam, Mrunal Thakur will next feature in Pippa alongside Ishaan Khatter and Aankh Micholi with Abhimanyu Dassani and Paresh Rawal. The actress recently made a cameo in Akshay Kumar and Emraan Hashmi's Selfiee. She featured in the song Kudiye Ni Teri.Comments