These 8 Splendid Outfits Will Give You A Refreshing Peak into Sara Ali Khan’s Ethnic Wear Wardrobe

The gorgeous debutant actress, the daughter of the Nawab, Sara Ali Khan has not only started her Bollywood career with blockbusters but also has inspired the nation with her variant and unique outfit goals. While most of the newcomers in the industry are inclined on modern and dapper wear, Sara indulges herself in more flamboyant ethnic attires. From her day to day activities to attending press meets and award shows, Sara is most likely to gorge a traditional outfit. The Kedarnath actress loves her Indian roots and has gained a lot of popularity for her lively and playful personality. Let’s look into her wardrobe for some awe-inspiring ethnic wear.

 A Pure Bond with White

Through her active social media appearances, we know that Sara is an absolutely family girl. She loves to spend time with her loved ones. A glimpse of the Raakhi celebrations with Taimur shows us a loving bond and Sara doesn’t miss the opportunity to bless the occasion with a white and golden salwar suit. The subtle yet imperial golden embroidered salwar along with a complementing golden laced dupatta makes the frame a precious memory. Also, Sara’s love for bangles is evident with the bright olive dozens that she has accessorized with her outfit.


A Patakha on Diwali

A shining golden Lehenga is the best fit for a perfect Diwali celebration. Sara Ali Khan looks dazzling in her heavily embroidered Lehenga and blouse piece. Ornamenting the attire with gorgeous flared golden jhumkas, Sara was all set to be the Patakha Kudi for Diwali.


A Snack in Black

For the exclusive premiere of her movie Kedarnath, Sara wanted to make the day unique and memorable. She adorned a stunning Black printed Lehenga for this grand day. Complementing her Lehenga with a sequined blouse and dupatta, Sara looked like a proper patola. Grant your eyes a stun with this illustrious attire.


Ace of Space

On an episode of MTV’s Ace of Space, Sara left the audience in awe of her bold ethnic look. A whole new edge to Palazzo pants, A dark blue exclusively printed and embroidered flared pant, with a mind-bending lace structure. To top it she wore a bright, heavily embroidered crop top, which had an enigmatic and desi vibe. A crescent moon for the ears for an all-around aesthetic view.


Flaunt in Mint

Not only does Sara ambassador ethnic outfits, but she loves to experiment and modify. A bright mint Sharara look to set the trend this summer. A solid mint complemented with a floral embroidered dupatta, along with matching bangles. Take your summer ethnic look to a different level with such innovative colour schemes.


A boss in Shades of Red

Sara swept the house of Big Boss of their feet with her all glamourous and elegant ethnic attire in varying shades of Red. She styled a wide flared palazzo pant with a contrasted V-neck lined blouse and an even more embroidered long cape. The beautiful colour blend makes the attire one of a kind. And the exotic floral embroidery steals the show.


Sara Ali Khan in a Saree

Flaunting her secularity, Sara is spotted in an immensely adorable Bandhani saree. With an orange blended into yellow Bandhani accompanied with a Rani Pink embroidered blouse, Sara indulges herself in an impromptu Diwali gig. Yet again she doesn’t miss out on a set of golden bangles being the only accessories with her drop-dead gorgeous outfit.


Sync with Pink

Not hesitating on portraying the playful side of her off the reel personality, Sara adorns an elegant pink Lehenga outfit. You will not be able to swing your head away after facing this out righteously adorable and heavenly outfit. A short Kurti, embellished with detailed floral work will win over your heart in a glimpse. Along with a wholesome flare and a netted, embroidered dupatta, the Simba actress is roaring with finesse and top-notch sweetness.


Sara Ali Khan has proved with her enticing casual to formal ethnic outfits that ethnic can fit any occasion whatsoever. When everyone’s hopping onto western shoes, be the odd one out and set the trend with an illustrious traditional attire. Sara uses her reach to its best to propagate her immense love for Indian wear and not forgetting her roots. Elite doesn’t mean western; being true to your origin is elite.

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— By Somdyuti Bhattacharya

Posted on 26th August, 2022 at YourLibaas 

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