Sara Ali Khan has the innate ability to look glamorous in any outfit she wears. The actress left no stones unturned to look her absolute best this festive season as her fashion game proved to be awesome as always. For a recent outing, Sara chose to go traditional with a yellow sharara that looked summery and lovely all at once. The Arpita Mehta creation is perfect for the laid-back sangeet at weddings and card parties that are around the corner. The actress chose the mango-coloured ensemble, which featured a printed sharara, a hand-embroidered blouse in shades of bronze, a cape with mirror and cowrie shell detailing. Sara Ali Khan chose to let her ensemble do all the talking and kept her hair and makeup simple. She left her hair open and opted for a no-makeup makeup look with a dewy touch. She kept the accessories simple with drop earrings and rings.
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Last week, during Navratri, the actress opted for a baby pink sharara with gold zardozi work. She matched the outfit with a bag made of the same material and wore bangles in a similar shade of pink. She left her hair open and added a pair of statement earrings. Her makeup was, once again, simple and understated.
Shararas seem to be Sara Ali Khan's go-to outfit choice for festive occasions. She was seen in an off-white and gold sharara on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. She paired the dress with gold earrings.
We also loved her in this Indian pop-culture inspired saree by Madhurya Creations in pink and yellow. The saree also featured pops of other colours all over it, in eclectic prints. We even spotted the iconic Bollywood dialogue, “Mere paas ma hai” on her pallu.
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Sara Ali Khan, recently, also went completely floral in this pink creation by Manish Malhotra. The lehenga features intricate threadwork and embellishment all along its length in shades of pink and white.
If you are ever looking for inspiration for a traditional lookbook, all you have to do is head to Sara Ali Khan's timeline.