7 Ethnic Looks To Try This Season Ft. Janhvi Kapoor
Even when off-duty
From catching flights to casual mid-week brunches, Janhvi Kapoor relies heavily on one style—Indian wear. Whether it’s an easy-breezy kurta or a shimmery, sequined Manish Malhotra sari, the actor nails the traditional silhouette with panache. With ethnic prints like Bandhani and Ikat blended with a mix of oxidised jewellery amongst her top favourites, Janhvi has mastered the art of serving some major Indian looks.
And what’s not to love?! The actor aces Indian dressing in a way that’s not only a sartorial and visual treat to the eye but also easy to recreate. If you’re on the hunt to up the ante with a traditional look this season for your BFF’s virtual wedding or an intimate family gathering, then look no more. Swipe through for a solid scoop of traditional wear inspiration:
Too afraid to try a solid, bright colour? Take a leaf out of Janhvi’s stylebook and go easy on your makeup and jewellery for a subtle yet dazzling outfit.
If you want to look put together but still wish to dial up that glam quotient then take cues from this look. Opt for a heavy, printed sari with minimal, single-toned makeup. Tie your hair in a messy bun and add on a stunning Indian choker for minimum effort, maximum impact.
Bandhani kurta, oxidised jewellery pieces, dewy makeup and natural hair is a classic combo that will never go out of style. Let Janhvi show you how to do it right.
When it comes to high-glam Indian wear, the actor steals the show with stunning saris, heavy jewellery and smokey makeup. Fashion takeaway from this look? Go for a sari with a heavy border and upgrade it with key jewellery pieces, beachy waves and smokey eyes.
If you thought gems were confined to jewellery then you’re wrong. Let Janhvi show you how to elevate the humble lehenga with stones to create a head-turning piece for your traditional wardrobe.
Give your polka dot top a refreshing twist by pairing it with a sheer, georgette sari. Go for pearl stud earrings to add a chic element.
Who said you can’t rock monotone in Indian dressing? Here’s what you need to do: choose a colour, play with different textures and patterns and keep it low-key with makeup and accessories.