In Sukriti and Aakriti
Wearing a lehenga by Sukriti and Aakriti, Radhika attended the Dadasaheb Phalke Awards. If one is going to opt to wear such lehengas, I wish they’d style them differently rather than wear the combo minus the dupatta. In this case, the top also was two inches too long on her.
Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani
So i am the only one who thinks lehenga is for wedding of your close friends or family and doesn’t belong to red carpet or any such public event for that matter
Well no…. of course lehengas can belong on the red carpet.. but there’s been an overload for sometime.. I’ve got lehenga fatigue..!!!!
This lehenga is a done to death theme. Nothing to write home about. The skirt length and the fitting of the top is off too.
yeah the length of the blouse is off.. also why no dupatta?? it just enhances the outfit a whole lot.
I have a hard time trying to understand what these ‘celebs’ wear and why. It has become quite obvious in the last few years in particular, though it was always so for a few, that styling is a serious business. And because not everyone-actors, athletes, etc. may have the aptitude to do it well, there came the professional help-stylists to their rescue to dress them well, no matter what the occasion. And except the rare few, I am clueless what these stylists contribute to the business of dressing up. People they dress look like Instagram influencers, similar looking mannequins who one can’t differentiate any from many, ill-fitted, shoddy, and disappointing clothes that are inappropriate in so many ways. Women turn up in ornate lehengas on red carpets and look no different from the carpet they walk on, the hurriedly done hem is untidy, makeup is off, and it so turns out that people without stylists turn up looking better, happy, and confident than others. It’s a difficult job, just like any other, I understand but there must be a way to do it more efficiently and not let your clients look like the lady above?
I believe it’s fine as is, she carries it off, and looks comfortable. Fashion can be repurposed (skip dupatta, wear it as a skirt) and as long as wearer is confident (not OTT), don’t see much harm. In comparison, sarees repurposed as apsara outfits is a fashion don’t .
Bikinis are for the beach like suits are for the boardroom. If you swap them you look either ridiculous or downright tacky…. Just saying….
I quite liked her outfit and how she carries it
She looks really good. Could have used a dupatta but that would’ve been overwhelming. It’s a bit disheartening to pull a newbie like her down whereas we swoon over A-listers like Alia who basically wear the same.