Apart from her charming nature and acting chops, Yami Gautam impresses us with her unique style statements. Here are her few saree looks!
By Ankita Mukherjee
Ruffle sarees are quite trending in the fashion industry. Yami Gautam had worn an orange ruffle saree and had paired it with a bralette. She had completed her look with eardrops and smokey eyes.
Yami Gautam had looked gorgeous donning a greyish-coloured sheer georgette saree with copper-coloured thread embroidery. She had paired it with a black blouse, smokey eyes and earrings.
Yami had looked pretty in an Indo-western saree style. She had donned a blue-coloured saree and had paired it with a mustard yellow-coloured long jacket. She had completed her look with 'jhumkas'.
Yami had worn a white-coloured saree that was adorned with white crystals and pearls all over it. She had completed her look with white 'chandbalis', red lips and smokey eyes.
Once, Yami had worn a purple-coloured silk saree with a broad hemline and had looked very beautiful. She had completed the look with an orange brocade blouse and minimal makeup.
Yami had worn her mother's red and silver handloom saree at her wedding. She had paired it with gold jewellery and 'kiran patti' adorned 'dupatta'. She had looked gorgeous in her bridal ensemble.
At her 'chooda' ceremony, Yami had donned a red georgette saree adorned with silver thread and beads embroidery. She had completed her look with no-makeup, earrings and a 'nath'.
Post wedding, Yami had donned a gorgeous green-coloured silk saree, which had a broad golden border. She had accentuated her look with 'Atheru', 'mangalsutra', 'bindi' and red lips.
At her first Karwa Chauth, Yami had worn a red and golden combination 'Banarasi' saree, which she had styled with gold jewellery, 'Atheru', red 'bindi', 'sindoor' and 'mangasutra'.
Yami Gautam had draped a white cotton saree with a sleek golden hemline and had paired it with a white tank top. She had completed it with statement jewellery, 'Atheru' and dewy makeup.
Yami had looked gorgeous in a 'rani' pink-coloured floral saree. She had paired it with a green blouse and 'kundan' jewellery. She had pulled her hair in a bun and had adorned it with accessories.