Sharvari Wagh's style statement creates a perfect mood board for the red carpet. The actress has always kept her A-game forward and we love every bit of it. But when she decides to slip into an ethnic number, we truly believe it to be a match made in a fashion heaven. Proving us right completely, Sharvari spread the monochrome magic at Manish Malhotra's starry Diwali bash. The actress wore a stunning black and white six yards coming from the shelves of Bollywood's favourite designer. If it is by Manish Malhotra, how can it not be sequined? The white number was adorned with black sequin work in a checkered pattern. The actress styled it with an equally shimmery black strappy blouse, featuring a plunging V-neckline. She toned down her shimmer by ditching traditional jewellery and carrying contrasting emerald green-hued studs and matching rings. Middle parted sleek high bun allowed her face to be in focus. She glammed it all with a dewy base, nude glossy lips, subtle smokey eyes and pointy eyebrows.
Sharvari Wagh took us back to the spring season when she draped in a bright yellow sareewith a floral print. She styled it with a strappy blouse and paired the slinky number with detachable full sleeves that matched the pattern of her gorgeous six yards. A sleek high bun rounded off her look. A pair of statement studs with pearl tassels brought all the gleam to her look.
Need some ethnic drama? Bookmark Sharvari Wagh's frothy saree by Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla. The dreamy pristine white number, made her appear nothing less than a princess. The costume-made saree redefined Indian wear in the most modern way possible. She paired her tulle saree with an elaborately bejewelled blouse adorned with pearls and tassels. Not to miss out on the dramatic detailing on one shoulder. Yet again she rested her faith in the dewy glam. Pairing the flawless base with glossy nude lips gave her the appearance of glass-like skin. She left her side parted silky hair open.
Sharvari Wagh's ethnic picks never fail to leave us wanting more. Not only festive occasions but even her red-carpet outings are often defined by her elaborate traditional numbers.Comments