Sonam Kapoor's style is truly timeless. She can make every silhouette look astonishingly good. A true blue trendsetter, Sonam has yet again blessed our Instagram feed with a bunch of pictures. This time around, Sonam picked a gorgeous black and white anarkali from the shelves of House Of Masaba. The floor-touching black anarkali featured wide white straps around the hemline. The dupatta had a white border along with a big print of crescent moon and a flower. She teamed the outfit with a pair of Jimmy Choo flats. Styled by sister Rhea Kapoor, Sonam opted for pearls to accessorise her look in the form of a choker necklace and stud earrings. She was dolled up in smokey eyes, winged eyeliner, highlighted cheeks, and a bold red lip. Her hair was styled in a bun and added to the retro vibes of the overall outfit.
For the Makar Sankranti puja at her home, Sonam Kapoor channeled her love for prints in yet another anarkali suit. From fashion designer Gaurang Shah, the purple anarkali kurta had heavy borders in the contrasting shade of orange. A purple churidar salwar and a matching dupatta showcased white prints and orange borders. Sonam added traditional golden dangler earrings and opted for a middle-parted bun with crown braids.
Sonam Kapoor's ethnic wear closet is enviable. This gorgeous handwoven jamdani anarkali by designer Gaurang Shah is a thing of beauty. It featured golden prints and hand embroidered kota dupatta. The intricate design, running across the number, brought the much-needed charm. Sonam tied her tresses in a neat bun, adorned with gajra. And, for makeup, her nude tones simply complemented the overall look.
Last year, for Diwali celebrations, she dazzled in a hand-sewn ghagra-choli. Sonam's gulab ghagra had more than 50 kalis, which were individually eco-printed with rose leaves. A beautiful gulal zari dupatta added a colour pop to her look. Traditional juttis and pretty chain earrings sealed the deal.
Beautiful bright colours when paired perfectly create magic on screen. Sonam Kapoor has clearly mastered this art. For Karwa Chauth celebrations, she rocked a tussar kantha embroidery ghagra, which came with a Kanjeevaram border and organza badla dupatta. Leaving her lustrous hair open, she added dangler earrings and minimal makeup to finish it off.
Sonam Kapoor's charm and grace only elevate the style quotient of the ensemble.Comments