Rashami Desai is one of the TV actresses who doesn't shy from bold fashion experiments. From leaving us stunned in a mermaid gown to stealing the show in her date night brown slip dress, Rashami is a true fashionista. After making us go green for her western collection, the actress is adding diverse layers to her ethnic wardrobe as well. For a recent photoshoot, Rashami slipped into an embellished anarkali. And, oh boy! What a sight. The white number featured intricate threadwork, embellishments, full sleeves, and a V-cut neckline. She also carried a white sheer dupatta along, with subtle work at the borders. Her locks were neatly tied in a bun and adorned with flowers. For accessories, Rashmi picked a pair of sleek danglers with pearl detailing. Makeup? Glamorous as ever.
Rashami Desai is celebrating every moment in a printed lurex maroon saree. She teamed the drape with a fully embroidered blouse, which showcased stylish three-fourth sleeves and a sweetheart neckline. Big golden colour statement earrings, bangles, a ring, as well as a smartwatch were her pick for accessories. Rashami styled her mane in curls and tied them in a high-rise pony. Rashami nailed the fashion game with mascara-laden eyes, blushed cheeks, and a maroon lip.
Rashami Desai's saree outings are truly bewitching. The actress draped herself in a white and blue tie-dyed ethnic wonder. She teamed the saree with a sleeveless sky-blue blouse, laced with mirror work. A pair of teardrop earrings with blue stones and a smartwatch accessorised the look. Leaving her locks open, Rashami wore neutral brown eyeshadow, glossy lips, blushed cheeks, and mascara-laden eyelashes. She rounded off her look with a tiny bindi.
When decked up in a white and pink striped saree, Rashami Desai is always “blissful, cheerful and soulful.” These pictures are proof. Rashami paired the striped number with a solid pink sleeveless blouse. Accessories? A pair of shimmery golden earrings, and a sleek chain. Hairdo? A beautiful bun. Makeup? Shiny eyelids, a maroon lip, and her all-time favourite - a tiny bindi.
Bored of the regular salwar suit? Take some inspiration from Rashami Desai as she gives a chic-like spin to ethnic wear. She wore a sleeveless kurta with a collar and a knot tie detailing with straight-fit pants. The white and blue printed outfit is perfect for the office or even a day out.
Rashami Desai, we want to see more of your traditional wardrobe.Comments