National award winner actress, Kangana Ranaut knows how to style traditional outfits. Here are a few looks that caught our attention!
By Ankita Mukherjee
Kangana Ranaut trusted Sabyasachi Mukherjee to dress up on the special occasion of receiving Padma Shri. She draped a beige and golden embroidered hemline saree and paired it with a brown blouse.
While receiving her fourth National award for 'Manikarnika', Kangana Ranaut had worn a golden saree with red border and had paired it with heavy golden jewellery and 'mogra' in her bun.
Kangana Ranaut had looked classy in a pink handloom saree and had paired it with a pink sleeveless blouse. She had completed her look with a bun, a 'bindi', diamond drops and black sunnies.
Bollywood actress, Kangana had worn a yellow printed 'salwar suit' for a promotional event of her film, 'Thalaivi' and had looked beautiful. She had paired the look with a set of 'jhumkas'.
Kangana once again had opted for a Sabyasachi saree and had looked gorgeous. She had paired her brown and golden saree with a pink floral blouse and had completed the look with a set of 'jhumkas'.
Kangana Ranaut had looked extremely elegant in a solid light green coloured saree embroidered with golden sequins at the hemline, designed by Sabyasachi. She had completed her look with subtle makeup.
Kangana once had opted for a orange and pink coloured saree from Raw Mango and had paired it with 'kundan' choker set. She had completed her look with a bun decorated with 'mogra'.
Kangana had opted for an ivory coloured Kanjeevaram silk saree and had paired it with emerald stone jewellery. She had pulled up her hair in a retro bun-hairstyle, giving a vintage look.
Kangana had looked extraordinary in Anamika Khanna's creation. She had draped a sheer, peach--coloured saree with a sequinned sleeveless blouse and had paired it with a 'kundan' choker neckpiece.
Kangana had donned a white Kerala cotton saree with golden border and had paired it with golden jewellery neckpiece. She had completed her look with red lips, 'bindi' and a messy bun.
Kangana had kept her look as bright as sun in a yellow 'bandhni' printed saree and blouse. She had completed her look with a pair of statement earrings, red lips and black sunnies.
Kangana had worn a Sabyasachi lehenga for her brother's wedding. She had donned a royal blue and purple coloured lehenga 'choli' with an embroidered 'dupatta' and had completed it with jewellery set.
Kangana had worn a multi-coloured saree from Masaba and Rhea's collection with a corset blouse and had looked gorgeous. She had completed the look with a neckpiece, red lips and winged liner.