Madhuri Dixit has always been on our fashion radar. The diva has been rocking ethnic dressing for as long as we can imagine. Her elegant drapes and embellished lehengas have been popular ever since we've known ethnic fashion. Her fusion outfits though have made quite an impression in our minds just as much too Recently, Madhuri Dixit showed us just that in a soft yellow fusion set by fashion designer Anushree Reddy. The outfit included a yellow pearl embroidered corset blouse, a dupion silk drape skirt, and a delicately embroidered organza cape worn on top. To break the monotony of the hue, Madhuri Dixit added green statement earrings and a stack of bangles. Subtle makeup with rosy cheeks, pink lips, and mascara-laden eyelashes topped this minimal chic to perfection.
Madhuri Dixit showcased her immaculate ethnic style in the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhla Jaa. For one of the episodes, Madhuri made a stellar case of festive fashion in this gold and black number. The three-piece set featured delicate zari work in gold and pastel shades of pink and green. She teamed it with a crop top, and also carried a cape in the same colour and design. Her lustrous hair was left loose and her minimal glam and statement jewellery sealed the deal.
“Ek jhalak” of Madhuri Dixit in this deep blue lehenga is enough to bring festive vibes. The floral number from designer label Riddhi Mehra came with floral motifs in red and gold against a base of deep blue. A sleeveless blouse with a similar floral print and a deep V-neckline complemented the style. She picked a pair of danglers from the accessory department, a stack of studded bangles and statement rings to complete the look
Once Madhuri Dixit wore an ivory and gold heavy work lehenga from designer Falguni Shane Peacock and looked nothing less than a dream. The pastel lehenga had delicate sequins and beadwork at the hemline. A heavily embroidered blouse and a chiffon dupatta featuring mirror work only uplifted the ensemble. Her emerald studded necklace, earrings, and bangles complemented the ivory attire. For makeup, she wore blushed and contoured cheeks, mascara-laden eyes, and a glossy tint on her lips.
Floral prints look great on lehengas and Madhuri Dixit picks them for all months of the year. She emerged as a ray of sunshine in this jaw-dropping lemon-yellow lehenga. The ethnic number featured floral prints in different shades. She balanced the outfit with an embellished blouse, adding the glamour quotient. A matching dupatta rounded off her attire in the best way possible. Madhuri opted for heavy traditional jewellery.
We have so many Bollywood divas dropping cues for ethnic fashion but no one tops Madhuri Dixit's ethnic wardrobe.Comments