The B-town actress, Dia Mirza is an epitome of beauty and her traditional looks are breathtaking. Let's take a sneak-peek of it.
By Sonali Sachdeva
Dia Mirza had looked alluring in a floral print clinch waist saree in the shades of ivory, pink, red and white. She had worn a sleevless blouse with it. The outfit was from Tarun Tahiliani.
The actress had aced her look in a cream coloured lehenga with beautiful golden embroidery. She had paired it with a boat neck blouse and mesh 'dupatta'. Her outfit was designed by Sanjev Marwaaha.
The actress looks gorgeous in anything she wears. She had looked elegant in a cotton 'anarkali kurti'. The hem of the sleeves featured neon green border. She had paired it with printed palazzo pants.
Dia Mirza had flaunted her hand woven silk saree which had featured intricately hand printed 'kalamkari' work with a deep green blouse. Her outfit was designed by Archana Jaju.
Dia had mesmerised everyone in her regal white 'lehenga-choli' designed by Rahul Mishra. Her lehenga and 'dupatta' had floral motifs designed in pastel colours on it with scalloped edges.
Dia had flaunted her curves in a sexy silk saree with golden border on the hem. Along with it she had worn a plain black bralette blouse.
The actress had looked gorgeous in Ritu Kumar's lehenga and 'choli' set. Her turquoise blue lehenga had beautiful designs in yellow and red. She had teamed it with blouse with a plunging neck line.
Dia had looked like a perfect bride in her red silk saree with golden 'zari' work all over it. She had styled a light net 'dupatta' on her head. Her bridal outfit was from the brand, Raw Mango.
The actress had stunned everyone in a grey lehenga and a strapless white blouse with a dull golden ruffled 'dupatta'. Her lehenga had tiny floral motifs designed on it.
Polka dots never go out of fashion. Dia had opted for a white saree with subtle blue and grey polka dots made over it. She had styled it with a crop top style blouse in royal blue colour.
The actress had aced her look in a silk lehenga set from ace designer, Anita Dongre. It had traditional 'bandhini' print on it. The patterns are highlighted with 'gotta-patti', sequins and 'zardosi'.
The actress, Dia Mirza had donned a baby pink 'anarkali' from Manish Malhotra's creation. She had clinched her ivory coloured 'dupatta' with a fancy waist belt.
Dia had looked simple yet beautiful, in her white 'anarkali' with black floral print and palazzo pants in the similar print. She had finished her look with a printed 'dupatta'.