By Zarafshan Shiraz, Delhi
Dussehra festivities could be low-key as one other 12 months of Covid-19 rages by however nothing can dampen the devotees’ festive spirit as they gear up for one of many broadly celebrated Hindu festivals with nice pomp and present and searching handsdown Vijaya Dashami trend targets this week, is Bollywood actor Aditi Rao Hydari. Her promotional appears for Maha Samudram are sorting our Dussehra and Durga Puja trend woes with a contact of sultry and her latest scorching photos are sufficient to again our declare as she slays ethnic kinds in a turquoise silk chanderi gharara set and strappy rani pink and cherry purple sharara set.
Sharing photos from her photoshoot, Aditi set the Web on fireplace along with her killer sartorial appears and we won’t assist however take trend cues to slay at our subsequent ethnic outing this festive week. In a number of the photos flooding the Web, Aditi is featured donning a turquoise gharara set that got here with block prints and delicate marodi work.
The lehriya print silk chanderi gharara pants and blue marodi work quick kurti was layered with a placing inexperienced organza dupatta that got here with detailed work alongside the borders and scattered bootis. Finishing her apparel with a pair of silver juttis, Aditi pulled again her smooth mid-parted tresses right into a low bun to flaunt a ravishing pair of jhumkis.
Rounding off the ethnic vibe with a tiny pink bindi, Aditi amplified the glam quotient with a dab of pink lipstick, rosy blushed and highlighted cheeks, mascara-laden eyelashes and crammed in eyebrows. Putting elegant poses for the digicam, Aditi left us smitten and we won’t wait to recreate the standard look.
In one other set of images, the diva was featured dolled up in a gentle rani pink and cherry purple sharara set. It got here with a strappy lengthy kallies kurta that sported hand embroidered yolk and was paired with block printed sharara pants.
Aditi layered it with a marodi work dupatta. Putting sensuous poses for the digicam, Aditi laid good trend cues on the way to give a sultry spin to ethnic put on and we’re taking notes.
Each the ensembles are credited to Indian dressmaker Punit Balana’s eponymous label that boasts of being rooted in Indian tradition whereas combining modernism, minimalism and aestheticism and taking cultural influences from the wealthy Rajasthani tradition. Whereas the turquoise gharara set initially prices ₹37,500 on the designer web site, the rani pink and cherry purple sharara set is priced at ₹40,000.
Aditi Rao Hydari was styled by movie star trend stylist Sanam Ratansi.