10 May, 2022

Tara Sutaria In Indian Outfits

Bollywood actress, Tara Sutaria knows how to rock traditional looks like a queen. Let’s decode some of her elegant and indo-fusion outfits.

By Mamta Roy

Scarlet red georgette saree

Tara Sutaria looked astonishing in a scarlet red georgette saree adorned with scalloped borders, sequins and lace gota thread-work. She paired it with a backless blouse featuring a sweetheart neckline

Bright pink sharara set

Tara picked a bright pink-coloured sharara set from Arpita Mehta’s collection. Her Indo-western shrug was embellished with shells and she had teamed it up with high waisted pants and a bralette.

Cherry pink pre-draped saree

To elevate her fashion game a notch higher, Tara opted for a printed cherry red-hued ‘dhoti’ saree from Punit Balana’s collection. She loosely draped crushed ‘pallu’ and flaunted her 'desi' look.

Black and gold sharara set

Tara Sutaria gave a perfect bridesmaid’s outfit inspiration in the black-hued ensemble with gold embroidery all over it. She carried a sheer ‘dupatta’, which also has tassels.

Hand-woven Ivory two-piece

The actress turned heads in the handwoven two-piece. The high-waist skirt featured a thigh-high slit and a draped effect below the waist. She paired it with a square neck blouse and looked pretty.

Peach-hued mirror detailed saree

For a movie screening, the actress was papped in an elegant peach-hued lightweight saree. Tara paired it with a matching sleeveless blouse and kept her luscious tresses open.

Turquoise-coloured silk lehenga

The actress opted for a turquoise silk ‘chanderi’ skirt and a halter-neck blouse, which was adorned with multi-coloured floral ‘resham’ embroidery. She ditched heavy jewellery and looked ravishing.

Multi-coloured sequined saree

Tara loves everything glitter and glam! She stunned in a loosely draped Manish Malhotra saree with multi-coloured sequins. She paired it with a matching bralette and a three-tiered diamond necklace.

Tara Sutaria’s rose-pink lehenga

Tara looked pretty in a rose pink high waisted lehenga. Her sleeveless ‘choli’ featured gold embroidery work and scooped neckline. Many dangles at her waist area gave an edge to her overall look.

Diwali ready

The ‘Heropanti 2’ actress wore a royal red-coloured Anarkali 'kurta' with purple silk ‘dupatta’ and a pastel green palazzo pants. She looked beautiful as she tied her hair in a back bun.

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