You can never go wrong when you have a saree to rock the style game. Bollywood too is obsessed with the six yards of pure grace including Rani Mukerji. Be it her impeccable acting skills or sartorial fashion picks, the actress is ruling our hearts. Right now, Rani is promoting her upcoming film Bunty Aur Babli 2 in full swing. And, for one of her outings, she wore a floral bottle green saree and looked gorgeous. Her saree featured red, yellow and blue macro floral prints all over. Rani went with a full-sleeved printed blouse of the same colour to glam up the look. For accessories, she opted for earrings, silver rings, a nose pin and red bangles. She chose nude shades for eyes and lips as far as her makeup is concerned. Her tresses open in soft curls accentuated her look.
Looks like printed sarees are Ranu Mukerji's new favourite. Some days ago, she wore a vibrant yellow saree and gave a contemporary twist to this traditional piece of clothing. The number featured animated cow prints all over in black colour. This gave a quirky twist to her ensemble. She matched it with a turtle-neck, full sleeve blouse that carried the same cow prints. Contrasting blue glass bangles, a gold nose ring and a blue bindi on her forehead gave a sense of completion to her ethnic look. She amplified her appearance with smokey eye makeup and a nude shade on her lips.
You really can't keep Rani Mukerji and printed sarees apart for a long time. Here, she rocked another one in ivory shade. This pience carried blooming flower prints in white and green hues all over. She teamed it with a full-sleeve blouse in the same colour and print. She opted for a set of black bangles this time. Her statement nose ring and white bindi added all the charm to her appearance. All Rani needed was a nude colour on her lips to add finesse to her look. She left her hair open.
Here's another one from Rani Mukerji's traditional diaries. She is giving a retro vibe in a blue salwar suit that showcases prints in pink and green shades. She also picked a matching cap this time. Her ensemble has a multi-coloured lace. She wore a few chains along with hoop earrings here. Don't forget her sunglasses.
Do you feel inspired enough to add some printed sarees to your wardrobe?
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