Kriti Sanon looks stunning in Saree
Kriti Sanon has time and again proved that she is fiercely independent and confident in her decisions. With her latest blockbuster Mimi on Netflix making waves and garnering accolades from critics, she has proved that she can carry a movie as well on her shoulders apart from her sartorial choices. She is the fashion icon of many youngsters and is admired for her simple yet twisted takes of fusion wear.
We are in awe of her Indian ethnic wear, especially sarees! Here, we give you a sneak peek into her ethnic wardrobe that has us swooning over! So, scroll down, take inspiration for statement-making six-yarders and update your Indian wear to look ravishing the way she is!
Kirti Sanon in Indo Western Saree Look
The Indo-western look seems to be a favourite of the actress, and no wonder it has been a mainstay in her wardrobe and public appearances. Kriti often makes a beeline for statement blouses that add a quirky twist to her ethnic take. Take her pastel tulle saree, for example. The bra lette saree blouse adds oomph to the shimmery drape and scopes some way for her chandelier-style diamond earrings. Her sheer saree has multi-coloured sequined embroidery all over. The ruffled end of the pallu brings a dainty charm to her overall look.
The model turned actress is known to experiment not only with movie genres but also sarees. Here, she dons a sunshine yellow saree with a tube top saree blouse with hemmed ruffle sleeves. The detailing on the pallu adds the much-needed sizzle to this designer number. The crocheted belt uplifts the look of this monochrome saree.
By now, we know that Kriti is not the one to take anything at its face value! For her, saree is #notsorry! Hence, when she promoted her historic drama flick, Panipat, she chose an offbeat saree with the caption – Saree Revolution! And boy, it does serve as an inspiration! Our grandmothers used to wear saree or a ghagra-skirt with a kurta-top or ‘bandi’ (pronounced- bandee) like this if we aren’t wrong. This kurta saree is a handloom delight, relatable and brings forth the sombre yet beautiful amalgamation of green and white colour – minus the bling, shimmer and sequins.
Kriti bares her back in a knotted blouse, which she pairs up with a bright pink Banarasi silk saree. With green border and zari detailing make the saree an apt choice for pre-wedding festivities. The tube top saree blouse brings a dash of contemporary to an otherwise ethnic ensemble and makes it playful. The statement earrings and cocktail finger ring complete the look for her.
Unusual! That’s what we have to say about Kriti’s choice of saree to celebrate Diwali! Nonetheless, she looks like a pataka on her own! The lace detailing, the intricate embroidery in golden threads, and the contrasting shades of gold and brown- all of it comes together to make her stand apart! She does go with the flow by opting for shimmer and bling that rule the festive season, but she manages to secure a space that she can occupy and nobody else. Do not miss out on the pleated pallu and golden V-neck blouse that add to the intricacy of the saree.
And just when you thought, she can’t do sarees that are well, just draped like sarees or are sarees. Think again! Here she is looking like the diva she is! The sequin work uplifts the mood of the beautiful solid red colour saree. She pairs the six-yarder with a heavily ornated blouse, which further more balances the monochrome and ‘plain’ vibes of the drape. Her look here is relatable and can be easily recreated for a wedding reception, sangeet or mehndi celebrations.
Bookmark Kriti Sanon’s saree and lehenga style for your friend’s wedding or cocktail party! Flaunt your midriff in a fusion saree, or wear a bralette blouse to complement your heavily embellished six-yarder ala the Kriti style! Soft-blow your hair, wear a statement pair of earrings, and you can never go wrong with the Indo-western saree look!