What She Wore! Deepika Padukone is not just a great actress but also a style icon.
Her recent venture into Hollywood has only left us more proud. The actress looks sassy in most western outfits owing to her great height and well maintained physique.
We totally loved the styled she is been wearing for Cannes, this year. Along with those looks, Coffeetabletalks is sharing her previous mindblowing looks too. Yes ! We love Deepika Padukone…
But she has often stated that she is most comfortable in ethnic wear. We are definitely not complaining as her stylist puts the look right, unfailingly every single time.
Some of her best Indo – western looks are compiled below that can be recreated befitting any occasion.
The beige and gold handcrafted choker kurti with an asymmetrical hem, paired over a lehenga looks opulent.
To finish the look she opted for a neat up do and a crimson red lipstick. This look will flatter most body types and will require just a little bit of hard work in getting the fabrics right. We loved the style!
Solid bustier and long skirt paired with a metallic sequined jacket.
She opted for a chunky neckpiece sans earrings with her hair tied back. This look can be customised to work just right for you.
Go for a deeper cut with the jacket if you want to flaunt your midriff. It will also stand amongst the regular wedding attire.
Sheer, bling and bold define the ensemble perfectly well. We call this a forerunner for its simplicity.
Paired with a tone on tone jacket she gave the heavy accessories a miss. This can be easily replicated and make sure to keep the back as glamorous.
Make sure to keep the makeup minimal though.
Twist in Retro
A princess’s spin to the traditional lehenga. We usually avoid the use of plush or velvet in our ethnic wear altogether these days.
But she instead opted for bell sleeves in the fabric without worrying about the flounce and the result worked in her favour.
Do not be afraid to style this with an intricate neck piece.
Elegant and Priceless
Skin show isn’t a necessity to look glamorous. A full sleeved blouse paired with a long hand worked lehenga looks ethereal. The blue ring and the berry lips break the monotony. Even though your footwear won’t show while you walk, do wear sandals that match.
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The dupattas can be given a miss if you follow the cape trend. The mermaid lehenga and crop blouse look gorgeous. It’s a must to have a toned body to carry off an ensemble of this cut and silhouette.
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The contemporary saree gown is a relaxing break from the traditional sarees. It avoids the pallu hassle and looks as great.
It also works well as ceremonial wear with an interesting neckline. Traditional jewellery set in coloured stone can be paired best with a neutral ensemble.
All the outfits featured above need not dig a hole into your pocket. The right fabric selected and your trusted craftsmen can bring the same results as well.
However it is essential to pair the accessories right and complete the look with the right beauty palette.
At most places the hairstyles are non fussy and the complete ensemble looks just as great reflecting the beautiful persona of the wearer.
Article edited and enhanced by Umadevi, Editor Coffeetabletalks.com