We have probably looked at an ethnic ensemble a hundred times by this point. You now know why we do what we do, as there is a different ensemble performing on the show every day. It’s a blatant sign that Diwali is winding down, and our closets will only fill up more. Do you know that to look stylish, not much work is required? Madhuri Dixit gave her blessing to Arpita Mehta’s sharara set, and it is undeniably stylish and heavily embroidered. The clothes designer’s go-to move is that.
And suddenly, this is so lovely and golden! Sharara sets just so happen to have a festive appearance and increase the glam factor. The Maja Ma actress demonstrated how well a jacket complements an ethnic look. That is a fall style you should nail! It answers the query “Where’s the warmth?” Therefore, during festive days, you ignore the weather and concentrate on how you will slay and shine.
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As we add this reference to our mood board, we suddenly feel very confident. Ami Patel chose a hand-embroidered jacket for Madhuri, which included long sleeves, a V neckline, shoulder pads, and a front slit. Even though fashion fads come and go, Arpita’s mirror-work approach has greatly influenced how we view ensembles today.
This jacket was worn with wide-leg, voluminous, and flared organza sharara pants. Ami Patel dressed this fusion outfit, which costs Rs. 120,000, with a lengthy necklace that had micro pearls and other embellishments, as well as a ring and massive earrings that tied all of her accessories together. With her wavy hairstyle that was partially trimmed at the back, mascara-coated eyelashes, and black eyeliner, the world that thinks this actress is beautiful nailed her look once more.