The festivities may be over but when it comes to Indian wear or contemporary outfits, there is no dearth of opportunities for you to don them. For those of you who have put shopping on hold and are instead bookmarking the best of outfits there are, we have one that might make to your list, the latest such attire that Khushi Kapoor wore. Refreshing, stunning and with plenty of room for experimentation, it sure is a catch!
Without further ado, here's looking at it all before you hit the save button.
In recent pictures, Khushi Kapoor made a statement in Indian wear with a modern edge to it. Decked up in a flared skirt and a crop top from designer Anita Dongre's ateliers, the 20-year-old's look was testimony to making contemporary apparel stand out. The matching set in the same colour tone combined peacock blue with shades of green to give out a distinctive colourway to adorn. Added to that were an array of prints—varied flowers, leaves and inspiration from nature trickled into the attire, the hem of the lehenga-like skirt kept more dense than the entirety of it. The modern spin on the blouse came with the cropped version and attention to décolletage; a plunging neckline and scattered print all over made for an exciting iteration, the ideal pairing.
Titled the 'Anoma Set', the ensemble is up for the taking at INR 35,000, reasonable for anyone willing to invest in the piece for their pre-wedding festivities and similar ceremonies. If, however, you would like a more economical version from a wedding attendee's perspective, we browsed for similar separates that you can add to your wardrobe. Continue scrolling to see.
Keeping the beauty details of her look in sync with her outfit, Khushi Kapoor opted for highlighted cheekbones, eye makeup and dark-toned lip colour. Not going too elaborate on the jewellery front, she kept it striking with a pair of drop earrings. For those who like to go a bit OTT in terms of jewellery, there is always a layered necklace, ornate choker or stack of bracelets to add. Not to forget that you can also work a dupatta along with it.
If your arsenal needs an update or a repeat of the essentials you have been using so far post the festivities, add to cart the must-haves that will work like a charm for intimate weddings and Zoom meetings alike. Here's looking.
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