Vidya Balan Enhances The ‘Sherni’ Vibrations In A Leopard Print Coordinate Set.
Vidya Balan, star of Sherni, has set fashion indicators for how to look modern but timeless, without looking stylish, in a leopard print coordinate set in animal printing set to explode in 2021. She donned a daring look for her upcoming film, Sherni, complete with a leopard-printed coordinate set that included a plucked skirt and a blouson, and we love the sultry vibe.
The photos on the internet show the diva at her best, and this season, she brought the decline patterns inspired by wildlife back in full force. Vidya was seen wearing a white-base leopard shirt with a front adornment and an attachment on the neck with a regular fit and full-length sleeves that exude wild or wild sexuality in one of the most frequently used prints in haute couture.
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The Bollywood actress wore it with an elasticated band, and a similar white-based passed leopard print reached her mid-calf. Vidya has paired a Viscose Coordinate with a round declaration pair of Inez Gold earrings.
She opted for a neutral makeup look that included a dab of brown matt lipstick, kohl-faced eyes, mascara-filled eyelashes, and brows that drew her sleek hair back into an excellent pan. Vidya completed her looked with a pair of strappy black heels and appeared tough on camera as she amplified the vibrations of ‘Sherni.’
Mellowdrama, an Indian fashion label, designed the shirt and skirt. The ready-to-wear brand features pure fabrics that are easy to fit, modern cutting materials, fine stickings, unusual decorations, sleeves, roughnesses, denim details, pearls, beads, and crystals. Initially, the Leopard printing coordinate set on the designer’s website was priced at $11,900.
Who Wore What to Whom? Stylists and Creative Directors are well-known fashion stylists. Vidya Balan will play Sherni in the film Sherni, which will be released on June 18.
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