Actress Sushmita Sen is often spotted giving major fashion goals. This is a saree look that her fans and followers will love!
For her nephew's wedding, Sushmita Sen wore a jet black net saree paired with a matching sleeveless blouse by designer Neeta Lulla. She completed her look with pink lips and wavy hair.
The actress often wears traditional Bengal sarees. She looked lovely in a traditional white silk saree with red and gold border paired with a red blouse with gold border.
Sushmita Sen wore a light pink saree by designer Robert Naorem paired with a sheer net embroidered blouse during Diwali 2020. Her saree had floral embroidery at the 'pallu'.
Sushmita Sen opted for a hint of shimmer and glitter in a fully embroidered sheer saree by designer Manish Malhotra.
Once during Durga Puja, Sushmita was seen wearing a cream silk saree with a beautiful red and gold border. She completed her look with bangles, 'bindi' and pearl earrings.
The actress looked elegant in a translucent white saree that was embroidered with beautiful golden borders and red patterns. She tied her hair in a bun and opted for a choker.
Sushmita Sen wore a crepe saree embellished with various metallic sequins and outlined edges. She paired it with a full-sleeved sheer mesh blouse.
At Lakme Fashion Week 2018, Sushmita Sen wore a dupatta which was a perfect blend of jumpsuit and traditional Kanjivaram saree. The saree has four 'pales' and four matching borders.
Sushmita Sen draped herself in a beautiful white designer plain georgette saree with black and red border. She paired it with a white sleeveless blouse and looked very pretty.
For her online collection 'Aarya', Sushmita chose an emerald green saree paired with a green and gold striped blouse from the brand Raw Mango. She completed her look with a statement necklace.
The gorgeous actress chose a Kerala kasavu saree that added a modern touch. She paired it with a white and gold striped belted shirt.
In the movie Main Hoon Na, Sushmita brought back the glamor of 70s Bollywood with her sexy saree look. She draped her chiffon saree with a tumbling 'pallu' and her style left us mesmerized!