A white kurta is a staple of every Indian women’s summer wardrobe and if you are wondering how you could best style it, let Mira Rajput’s latest dress video sort out your glam issues. Leaving actor-husband Shahid Kapoor utterly enamored with his summer ethnic style in “a simple mismatched salwaar kameez” with a jade chaderi dupatta having dessert rose prints, Mira not only put the fashion police on the line. immediate alert, but also got us to take clues to kill on our next traditional outing this season.
Taking to her social media account, Mira shared a video that gave fans a glimpse of her “simple summer” look. The video opened with the diva flaunting the jade chanderi dupatta which sported rose blossoms all over and featured a scalloped hem.
She paired it with a Chanderi silk kurta, exuding a balance of grace and simplicity. Intricate cross-stitch embroidery designs adorned Mira’s kurta, which she teamed with a pair of classic chanderi salwar with a drawstring waist.
It featured elaborate zardozi floral details that were highlighted with sequins and French bows and ended with a thin lace trim at the hem. Completing her outfit with a pair of custom prism Kolhapuris heels from Aprajita Toor, Mira accessorized her look with gemstone studded rings and a pair of floral earrings from Anita Dongre Pinkcity.
Bringing the braids back into a half-clutch hairstyle, Mira amplified the glam quotient with a pop of pink lipstick, rosy and highlighted cheeks, streaks of black eyeliner, mascara-laden lashes, and eyebrows. full. She captioned the video, “A Simple Summer Amidst man-made outfits, the pleasure of a simple mismatched salwaar kameez is as satisfying as it relieves air-dried loose hair, fine lining and cotton. the sweetest Kurta .. it’s summer (sic).
Mira’s video showing her doll in her “summer simple” look featured the song Tujhe Kitna Chahne Lage, from Shahid’s film Kabir singh, background. Quick to respond, Shahid commented, “Its songs from me to you. You are amazing inside and out (sic).
The dupatta and salwar that Mira donned comes from Indian design house Good Earth, which boasts of selling local luxury goods. While the dupatta originally costs ??6,000 on the designer’s website, the salwar is priced at ??8,500.
Mira’s cross stitch kurta is from Indian clothing brand Jasmine Shah Label, which prides itself on stylish Indian clothing with a modern twist that brings the best of contemporary and traditional.