Often left the audience baffled with crazy dance moves, Nora Fatehi now impressed the audience with her style quotient. She aced the Indian traditional look with a mix of modern variations. The Canadian dance/actress faced a really hard time fitting into the Indian Film industry but has managed to prove that she is a part of it. In her latest shoot, Nora Fatehi gave us some incredible Indian outfit goal perfect for any occasion.
Printed sarees are never out of fashion, and Nora Fatehi looked absolutely graceful in the printed saree designed by JJ Valaya. The organza royal blue silk saree was adorned in floral print and gota work at the border. She accessorized the look with oxidized bangles, rings, and a chunky neckpiece. And for a modern look, she paired the saree with a tan belt.
The second look is perfect for any cocktail and reception party. The pre-pleated pastel pink saree paired with Resham embroidered blouse designed by Tarun Tahiliani made Nora Fatehi look right out of a fairytale. It was simply accessorized with pearl earrings. This pastel pink saree definitely beats the blue saree with a sequin border worn by Deepika Padukone in the song Badtameez Dil from the movie Yeh Jawani Hain Dewani.
The third look is perfect for the wedding season. The bronze lehenga with heavy mirror work paired with a ¾ sleeved and high neck blouse, designed by Neeta Lulla is a must-have. Pairing with a heavy choker, diamond rings, and earning will definitely elevate the look.
The lemon gree salwar suit by Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla gives us major Eid fashion goals. The full-sleeved salwar suit with palazzos. The kurta was decked in heavy foil motifs and a collared neckline. Perfectly paired with silver sandals and delicate earrings along with the greenery of the outfit sure made Nora look like an ethereal Goddess.
The Indo- Western outfit featured an embellished white crop top paired with an A-line lehenga. Nora Fatehi looked like a Greek Goddess in a pristine white lehenga that was a perfect mix of traditional and contemporary. The blouse was decked with fur on the border and even the lehenga. A simple delicate diamond stud would be a perfect match for this outfit.
Traditional Indian Dresses have been a huge part of our culture including the gorgeous embroidered saree with oxidized bangles and diamond rings. Over the years the traditional look has had modern hits like pairing a saree with a fancy belt or even a kurta with palazzo.
Bollywood and fashion go hand in hand! Fashion trends have been influenced by Bollywood actresses since the mid-1900s. One of the earliest movie influences on Indian fashion was Madhuala’s Anarkali in Mughal-e-Azam (1960), which consisted of long-flowing churidars and kurtas, and even today Anarkali is popular. Madhuri Dixit’s outfits in Hum Aapke Hain Koun were widely appreciated by women especially at weddings and other social occasions. Even the suits worn by Rani Mukerji in Bunty Aur Babli were another fashion rage. The fashion industry capitalizes on the trend by launching their jewelry and clothes in movies.