A filmmaker, and an actress, Divya Khosla Kumar is a true fashionista. She can rock any fashion option with style!
By Ankita Mukherjee
Divya had worn a cream-coloured dress with mesh patterned design. She had completed her look with brown smokey eyes and nude lips.
Divya had looked sultry in a one-shouldered shiny black dress, embellished with sequins and a belt. She had kept her look minimal and had let her tresses open.
Who doesn't love to play with some neon colours? Divya had paired her neon green pants with a similar coloured bralette and a shacket and had completed her look with trendy jewellery pieces.
Divya had looked like a princess in an ivory-coloured, self-embroidered lehenga 'choli'. The lehenga was embellished with sequins and 'zari' all over it and she had paired it with a diamond neckpiece.
How to amp up your look in stripes? Look at Divya! She had paired her striped pantsuit with a golden yellow shirt and a belt and had looked bossy. She had kept her eyes smokey and lips in nude shade.
Divya Khosla Kumar had draped a gorgeous pink and golden printed silk saree on Diwali 2021. She had paired her look with a jewellery set and had adorned her bun with 'genda phool'.
Divya had paired a lavender-coloured wrap dress with a silver oxidised statement neckpiece and had kept it classy. She had opted for purplish smokey eyes and pink nude lips.
Divya had looked stunning in a black full-sleeved crop-top and golden-silver shimmery skirt, which she had paired with a statement necklace. She had kept her look messy with smokey eyes and nude lips.
Divya had worn a gorgeous dual-toned pink-coloured lehenga 'choli' sequinned with peacock motif and 'gota patti' work, which she had paired with a 'matha patti' and 'maang teeka'.
In one of Filmfare shoots, Divya had donned a lavender coloured mermaid-cut gown adorned with fringes in the lower half and sequins in the upper. She had kept her hair in curls.
A perfect outfit for the spring! Divya had opted for a lehenga where there were noodle straps and fresh flowery patterns embroidered all over it. She had paired it with minimal makeup and 'jhumkas'.
Lavender is definitely Divya's one of the favourite colours as she had donned another same tinted outfit. She had worn a simple lavender and white printed 'kurta' with 'dhoti' pants and 'juttis'.
Divya Khosla Kumar can look pretty in regular clothes too. Once, she had worn a subtle light green coloured 'kurta sharara' set embroidered in 'phulkari' patterns and had paired it with earrings.