Rakul Preet Singh effortlessly navigates the realms of Western fashion. But the moment she decides to slip into an ethnic pick, Rakul wears the crown for being our favourite style icon. Something similar happened during her recent Hello magazine photoshoot when Rakul illuminated our festive season with a slew of ethnic picks. TBH, the photoshoot was nothing less than a fashion celebration. Courtesy: Designer Ritika Mirchandani. The actress wore a vibrant lime green lehenga that surely made our festive season colour palette a bit livelier. The three-piece set was adorned with geometric patterns and intricate embroidery that brought in the royalty through and through. Creating a harmonious blend of style and sophistication, Rakul paired her lehenga set with a matching blazer that rested on her shoulders like a cape. A sleeveless blouse with a plunging neckline added the oomph element. While Rakul's outfit screamed elegance, the actress ensured to side with edgy with her hairstyle. She left her messy hair open and styled it in wavy ends.
While the festive season has always been about bright ethnic numbers, pastels are what you need to stand out from the rest. It seems Rakul agrees with her completely. Quenching your thirst for a perfect fusion pick, Rakul wore Ritika Mirchandani's signature flared sharara with a tailored blazer. The two-piece set highlighted the geometric patterns with sequins, glass beads, and cutdanas. With just a subtle necklace and a few gleaming rings, Rakul's Indo-Western look achieved the final touch. She complemented it all with minimal pink glam that included nude mauve lips, blushed cheeks, and neutral eyeshadow with a tinch of pink to it. Perfectly arched brows with wispy lashes sealed it all together.
Rakul wore this pre-draped ivory saree with delicate sequins and glass beads. The ensemble came along with a thigh-high slit and floor-sweeping hem. She paired it with a checkered textured blouse, which complemented the pre-draped slit saree beautifully. To top it all Rakul carried a structured long jacket with full sleeves.
Be it red carpet, a wedding or any festival, black has always been our rescuers and there are no two ways to say that. Yet another Iindo-Western addition to our festive pick was Rakul Preet Singh's skirt co-ord set. The actress wore an all-black hand-embroidered number with delicate cutdanas, geometric motifs and intricate cutwork to add a touch of elegance. The outfit featured a full-sleeve blouse with pagoda shoulders and a V-neckline. She paired it with a floor-length skirt with a thigh-high slit. Hair? Of course, the messy open tresses.
Rakul Preet Singh's ethnic picks have a special place in our stylebooks. Which of these looks you liked the best?Comments