Why Vidya Balan look stunning with simple Indian sarees?

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Why Vidya Balan look stunning with simple Indian sarees?

There is no shade of doubt in the fact that Vidya Balan happens to be one of the most capable actors in India today, especially with regards to mainstream cinema. It is her body of work that does all the talking for her. At the same time, her style sense is also much loved because of how traditional she is. In fact, it is something that a lot of young girls in India can aspire to. In all her public appearances Balan makes it a point to wear sarees that flaunt her full Indian figure – a rarity in this day and age when actresses in Bollywood are attempting to become the next Nadia Comaneci.  

Elegance personified

The actress is all elegance when she wears sarees. In fact, it is as if she is the best representative of that trend or style of Indian couture. From the looks of it she has an enviable collection of these dresses as well and she shows them off – in her understated and classy manner – as and when she is afforded an opportunity. There are plenty of looks of Vidya Balan that would drive you to buy a saree and wear it at the very next conceivable opportunity.

Black saree from Anamika Khanna collection

During an event at Melbourne Balan had worn a black saree designed by Anamika Khanna, one of the top designers of India. She amped it up with a cuff as well as earrings by Suhani Pittie!

Orange and green Kanjeevaram

At the 17th Mumbai Film Screen Balan scorched the red carpet with a Kanjeevaram saree that had an orange and green combination. She accentuated the look with gold temple jewelry.

Red saree from Nachiket Barve collection

It was during one of her public appearances that Balan donned a red saree that naturally looked stunning and had been designed by Nachiket Barve. Her gold neckpiece designed by Suhani Pittie and it goes without saying that it complemented her look really well.

Vidya Balan's saree love

Printed saree that had a three-quarter sleeve blouse

While attending a play named ‘Mera Woh Matlab Nahi Tha’ Balan wore a printed Anavila saree that came with a three-quarter sleeve blouse.

A wine red saree

While on the sets of a show named Udaan, telecast on Colors TV, Vidya Balan wore a saree that was wine red in complexion. It goes without thinking that this color suits this absolutely gorgeous lady the best.

Pink saree from Shruti Sancheti collection

Once again in Melbourne this Tamil actress came out with one of her best looks in recent memory. While attending a press meet she wore a pink saree designed by Shruti Sancheti. The saree made her look even prettier than she already was. Her accessory of choice at this time was a necklace from the collection known as Apala by Samit.

Raw mango white and pink saree

This color combination might seem to be a bit strange to you but Balan carried it off effortlessly as she is accustomed to do at a party that had been thrown by the Ambani family. This traditional saree was matched with golden jhumkis (earrings) and a pink brocade blouse. The effect of all this was that she looked wow as always.

Kanjeevaram once again

Not many may dare to walk the ramp in a Kanjeevaram saree and that too at a stage as publicized and well known as the Lakme Fashion Week. This time around she was representing Gaurang Shah. She dazzled as usual with a gajra (garland of flowers) and temple jewelry to go with it. She has also rocked other traditional looks such as Pattu, a traditional saree, with gold accessories.

Yellow Organza Designer Kanjeevaram saree

Vidya Balan walked the ramp for designer Gaurang Shah at the Shringar Fashion show in Lucknow by wearing an yellow organza Kanjeevaram Silk saree. She picks the saree with emerald beads necklace and chandbalis. Teamed with matching bangles and yellow flowers completed her look.

Again in handpainted Kalamkari saree

She attend an event recently by wearing a beige color handpainted Kalamkari saree by Ayush Kejriwal paired with full sleeve blouse. Matching earrings and wavy hair style complete her traditional outfit.




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