TAKE A WALK THROUGH SONAM KAPOOR’S ETHNIC WARDROBE AND GET INSPI‘RED’
Sonam Kapoor approved brands that you should eye on if you like red
Whether you're getting hitched, attending a wedding soon, or just figuring out to what to wear for the Diwali soirees then look no further than the house of fashion herself, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja – be it the statement-worthy brands or comfortable Indo-western silhouettes her wardrobe is all you need to eye on to get answers to your sartorial doubts. The fashion sweetheart has arguably again become the talk of the town for her fashion-statements after she was spotted wearing swoon-worthy ‘red only’ ethnic outfits while running promotions for her new upcoming ‘Zoya Factor’ – although the lady is enjoying a massive buzz for her ‘daily Zoya Vlogs’ which give a sneak peek into her real behind-the-curtain life on and off promotions, it is her impeccable selection of ethnic brands that are we are noting down. Be it the subtle rustic red or scarlet red, subtle linen or gold embroidered chiffon, gotta-patti or hand-painted florals, this fashionably thick lady is an inspiration enough to make this festive and wedding season come across more red than ever.
Read on to find out Sonam Kapoor's favourite brands that are stirring storms of style this celebration season and find out your favourite red.
Good Earth India's Silk Odhani
The epitome of glamour and fashion, Sonam Kapoor dazzled in silk odhani by Good Earth. This suit from Pairi Daeza collection by Good earth is a festive range pick with blooming flowers inspired by the Mughal gardens. This piece of perfection worn by Sonam Kapoor offers a scallop border with fine silk organza and the embroidered floral butas highlighted with dainty sequins added the just right amount of opulence to the look. And don't miss out on the brocade potli that features a lace wedging and delicate zardozi work, a perfect caretaker for your on-the-go lipstick and other necessities!
Although the dreamy lehengas have been quite a rage at the Lakme Fashion Week, the fashionista gives a hint that indo-western dresses are still a top-notch choice – be it weddings or get-togethers – by wearing Raghvendra Rathore's creation. This red dress features structured shoulders with glittering sequin work on one side and pleated flares on the other. The pointy collars and long sleeves of the outfit are what make her look drop-dead gorgeous! And of course, the red potli with golden sequin work added brownie points to Sonam's captivating look.
Photo credits: Sonam Kapoor
Masaba’s scarlet Anarkali set
Maybe it’s time to toss the straight-hem Kurtis? Sonam Kapoor is reinforcing the timeless beauty of Anarkali by wearing Masaba's scarlet red Anarkali set! With golden tree trunk motifs on soft chiffon fabric and a relatively darker contrast dupatta, this set makes for an ethereal look. A sleek bun, huge jhumkas, and studded jootis – is there a better way to make Anarkali ensembles look more graceful? Consider this the perfectly quirky scarlet red traditional punch for your ethnic wardrobe and we bet it can’t go any more glamorous.
Notoriously captioned as ‘Sari ka luck factor’ on Sonam’s Instagram, we acknowledge saree being an essential element of the ethnic capsule wardrobe. Especially, this creation by Anavila Mishra in subtle rustic red (chilli red, as they say) with a sheer linen overlay adds joy to the simplicity of the saree. We loved how Sonam has graced this beautiful pick with Amrapali jewels and nude makeup while letting the bold eyeliner strokes do the talking. With this look, it’s probably your chance to go experimental with ethnics.
If red and gold entice you but the subsequent ornated options make you overthink the comfort, this red hand-painted floral satin lehenga paired with a pleat-textured full sleeves silk blouse and ruffled dupatta is all you need. Style it as uniquely special as Sonam by teaming the outfit with chunky chain jewels and earrings. To elevate the look, you can buy the abstract bag in the same fabric.
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