'Marjawaan' actress, Tara Sutaria is a fashionista and loves to experiment with her looks. Check out a few of her gorgeous ethnic attires and let yourself fall in love with her traditional outfits!
Tara Sutaria had stepped into Bollywood with the film, Student of the Year 2, opposite Tiger Shroff and Ananya Panday. Apart from being an actress, Tara Sutaria has a knack for singing, loves to draw, and has a great sense of fashion too. She knows how to create her own style statement. And we loved her look every time she had stepped out in a traditional attire!
From lehengas to sarees, Tara Sutaria knows how to carry herself elegantly. She can even make a basic salwar suit look fashionable with her styling sense or change a pure traditional look into indo-western. Tara's voluminous hair, gorgeous petite figure, and million-dollar smile complete her every attire with a bang! So, without any further ado, let's check out a few of her ethnic outfits!
For 2020's Diwali, Tara Sutaria had worn a gorgeous red and golden full-sleeved embroidered salwar suit, and she paired it with a set of oxidised jhumkas. But what caught our eyes was the indigo blue coloured dupatta that she had matched with her outfit. She had completed her look with a neat bun, kohled eyes, nude lips, and blushed cheeks.
During the promotions of her film, Marjawaan, Tara Sutaria had donned a white coloured ruffle layered skirt and had paired it with a coordinated bralette and a dupatta scalloped at the hemline. She had completed her look with open curly tresses, a pair of gorgeous ethnic danglers, winged liner, blushed cheeks, and a hint of pink on her lips.
The Bollywood actress had once worn a blue and golden floral printed co-ord salwar suit including a kurta and a set of trouser pants and had paired it with solid blue coloured dupatta embroidered at the hemline. She had completed her look with a beautiful silver Afghani neckpiece and black pumps.
Tara Sutaria had looked ethereal in an ivory coloured heavily sequinned lehenga from Manish Malhotra's closet, which she had paired with an embroidered choli and a floral patch-worked dupatta scalloped with sequins. She had completed her look with a kundan choker set and had kept her straightened hair middle-parted and open over her shoulders. For makeup, she had opted for brown smokey eyes with a winged liner to add some colour to her look, contoured cheeks, brown nude lipstick, and had rounded off with a stone bindi.
Tara had chosen a beautiful blush pink coloured lehenga choli from Punit Balana's collection and had looked very pretty. She had paired her embroidered skirt with a sequinned border with a sleeveless blouse embellished with zari. She had completed the look with a coordinated dupatta, a pair of big earrings, and very subtle makeup. But what we loved the most in her attire, was the gorgeous floral layered tassels.
Tara Sutaria, who walks on the ramp like a pro and graces the stage like a queen, had once donned a stunning ice-blue coloured lehenga choli which had gotta patti work and was embroidered with pink thread, resham, and zari. She had completed her look with polki kadas, a statement pair of earrings, dark-kohled eyes, and nude lip shade. She had kept her tresses in loose soft curls, flowing over her shoulders.
Tara has stepped out in Punit Balana's couture quite a few times. This one time, she had worn a rose pink coloured silk saree with a hint of green and black stripes on the pleat. She had paired it with a heavily embroidered rose pink and golden blouse and a belt giving a unique touch to it. She had looked gorgeous in the outfit and had completed her getup with a kundan kada, brown smokey eyes, and nude lips. She had parted her straight hair from the middle and had kept it open.
Looking for the perfect fit for your bridesmaid look? Take a cue from Tara Sutaria's lookbook. She had donned a burnt orange coloured lehenga choli from Ritu Kumar's designer collection and had looked gorgeous as ever! She had worn an intricately designed skirt, heavily embellished with zari and stone, and had paired it with a trendy ruffle-sleeved blouse, embroidered at the hemline and a dupatta. She had pulled her hair in a tight and neat bun and had decorated it with floral carnations. She had completed the whole look with big silver jhumkas, bangles, a red bindi, winged liner, and nude lips.
Let us know in the comment section, which traditional outfit caught your eyes? Tara Sutaria will be next seen in the movie, Tadap with Ahaan Shetty!