Rakul Preet Singh, Dia Mirza and Neha Dhupia set fashion goals in gorgeous silk sarees
Silk sarees have always been a timeless classic in our ethnic wardrobes and Bollywood is no exception. For decades, we’ve fallen in love with the silk drapes worn by Bollywood divas. Rekha’s signature silk drapes, those of Deepika Padukone Benarasi sari, Kangana Ranaut Kanjeevaram or Shraddha Kapoor Paithani all received well-deserved attention. This time, Rakul Preet Singh, Dia Mirza and Neha Dhupia wore stunning silk sarees and set the right festive mood. We are in love with their beautiful drapes.
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Rakul Preet Singh opted for a gorgeous mint green silk drape from clothing brand Ahikoza. The beautiful drapery had gilded zari edging and gold work throughout. The actor paired the saree with a dark green strappy blouse. The blouse had gold patterns all over with a zari gold border. Rakul tied her hair in a messy bun and opted for rosy makeup with glossy lipstick. She accented the outfit with gold chaandbali earrings and a golden clutch.
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Dia Mirza has always graced us with durable fashion outfits. This time it is a Banarasi silk saree from the clothing brand Ekaya. The pastel peach saree was inspired by flora and fauna and intricately woven by Banarasi weavers using the kadwa weaving technique. Dia paired the drape with a sleeveless white blouse and wore a pearl choker necklace and pearl earrings as accessories. The diva tied her hair in a neat bun and opted for minimal makeup.
Neha Dhupia also wore a classic Banarasi silk saree in royal blue and wowed her fans. The traditional saree came from the clothing brand Shanti Banaras. The deep blue saree had gold zari work and a traditional patti border. The actor paired the drape with a blue blazer and opted for rosy makeup. Neha kept her makeup minimal as she wore shimmery eyeshadow, a glossy nude lip tint and subtle kohl.
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