Sobhita Dhulipala's off-screen wardrobe has never failed to offer a masterclass in functional fashion. Sarees have been frontrunners for a long time and many celebrities have turned to designer houses to bag themselves a look. Giving a nod of approval to statement sarees this time is Sobhita Dhulipala in a quirky number. She has often been a fan of minimalist chic aesthetics when it comes to styling but in this case, dramatic and quirky are the keywords. From the shelves of Papa Don't Preach by Shubhika, she opted for a beautiful purple embellished number. Staying true to the label's signature style, the number featured a sense of playfulness and fun. The sequin detailing on the saree had a modern take blended beautifully with Indian designs. The sheer detailing on the pallu along with heavily embellished work blended well with the overall style. We love Sobhita's commitment when it comes to putting a piece together to strike a statement and that is exactly what she did. Her simple intricate embroidered gold blouse might sound boring but it looked phenomenal when it came with a beautiful sweetheart neckline. Moving on to the jewellery, it was a true blue sight as it added a regal touch to the look. Her choice for kundan and polki was truly on point to complete her look. With statement bangles, her jewellery choices were incredible. With so much going on with the outfit, she decided to keep the makeup minimal with a rose-toned look. Aren't we blissfully in love with Sobhita's 'never seen' traditional look?
Sobhita Dhulipala's wardrobe might not be the one that is dominated by a high dose of traditional outfits but when she decides to make a case for the same, it is clearly a match made in heaven. Apart from her onscreen appearances, her fashion is on the rise too. Her measured approach towards fashion has always kept her on top of our fashion list. Recently, she made a case of 'do-it-all' silhouettes when she adorned a blush pink saree which came with subtle gold toned borders. She gave an elevated polish to the attire with her heavy-duty traditional jewellery that came with necklaces, maang tikka, jhumkas and bangles.