Nothing can beat the elegance of a traditional Indian saree. And proving this yet again is the stunning Chitrangda Singh who looked like royalty as she draped herself in a red Benarasi silk saree. The nine yards of elegance was decorated with gold-hued floral motifs, lending a vintage charm to the look. But adding a touch of contemporary flair was the choice of blouse. The actress matched the saree with a gold sequinned blouse with a boat-neck design and short sleeves that featured cutout detailing. And showing us exactly how to nail the maximalist fashion look, Chitrangda paired the saree with a statement kundan jewellery necklace. She also wore an uncut diamond necklace with emeralds. For her hair, Chitrangda opted for a fish braid and lent an old-world charm to the look. Her makeup was simple and dewy with a touch of bronze on the cheeks and nude lipstick.
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In another look that oozed traditional charm, the actress was seen in a royal blue lehenga, which is perfect for a bride looking to keep away from red on her big day. The lehenga combined classic embroidery with a sheer dupatta to create a statement ensemble. For jewellery, she added more glam to her look with a traditional jewellery set.
We also love how she paired this skirt and blouse in beige with embroidery in pink and blue. We also love the hints in yellow in the outfit that added freshness to the look.
Chitrangda also stunned us in another saree look that made us want to raid our mom's closest. The actress chose to wear a Mekhala Chador on National Handloom Day. The saree that has its origins in Assam was white in colour with a pink and red border. Simple yet stunning, isn't it?
She showed us once more that ivory need not be a boring colour choice when she went for a lehenga in the shade. The plunging neckline of the blouse and the sheer dupatta added some oomph up the look. The monochromatic ensemble was complemented by a statement necklace with colourful stones.
If you are ever looking for inspiration to get dressed this wedding season, you now know that Chitrangda Singh has all the tips you need.
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