Shweta Tiwari is a fashionista in the truest sense. Let's delve deep into the classy traditional outfits worn by this diva.
By Pratishtha Ghosh
On Rahul Vaidya and Disha Parmar's wedding, Shweta had donned a powder-blue coloured saree with a bralette blouse. It was from the designer, Pooja Peshoria and had cost her Rs. 90,000.
Shweta Tiwari has proved that age is just a number. She looked absolutely stunning in a fuschia pink pant style saree that had leheriya print and proved that she has a thing for traditional outfits.
The 'Kasauti Zindagi Kay' actress had worn a peach 'lehenga' saree for her brother's wedding. It had intricate silver 'gota patti' work and she had paired it with a V-neckline blouse and a 'dupatta'.
For the Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations in 2020, Shweta had adorned a pastel-blue 'anarkali suit' and had paired it up with a pink 'dupatta'. She had completed her look with a pair of matching earrings.
Back in February 2020, Shweta was at a wedding and she had flaunted an orange 'lehenga' for the 'haldi' ceremony. She paired it with an orange and yellow mirror work blouse and stole the show.
For a wedding reception, Shweta Tiwari had dazzled in a ravishing brown saree and had paired it up with a silver shimmery blouse. The beautiful floral details on the border had given it a rich look.
Shweta Tiwari, who is popularly known as 'Prerna' due to her role in 'Kasauti Zindagi Kay' had given some major styling goals by flaunting a powder blue chikankari 'kurta' and white lowers.
Her ethnic ensemble from Gazal Gupta had grabbed the attention when Shweta had worn a straight 'dhoti' saree and a peplum shirt in mint green and draped it with a zardozi embroidered pink 'dupatta'.
On Ganesh Chaturthi 2021, Shweta had flaunted a floral printed white 'kurta' and had paired it up with a blue 'gharara' set and blue 'dupatta'. She had completed her look by carrying big 'jhumkas'.
Shweta Tiwari leaves no stone unturned to make heads turn. She had donned a super- classy floral print chiffon saree with pink blouse and flaunted her flat abs by draping this masterpiece from Aari.
From a saree to a 'kurta', Shweta aces each of her traditional ensembles. One such outfit was a green coloured 'kurta' with white palazzo pants. From the looks of it, it looked extremely comfortable.
For the Dadasaheb Phalke Icon Awards, Shweta had donned a traditional pink banarasi saree with golden zari work. She contrasted it with a brocade turqoise coloured sleeveless blouse.