Tag: Roshni Chopra

Wearing Her Own

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Roshni is among the few in B-Town to sport her own designs regularly. For two jewelry related events (a pop-up and collection launch), she picked draped numbers from her own line. Both times, she rounded out the look with coral lip color and wooden bags.

At the recently concluded fashion week in Mumbai, she reached for vests to pair her separates with. On one day, she teamed black dhoti pants from her line with a bustier and Rag and Bone vest. Celine bag, Amrapali jewelry and pair of Louboutins rounded out her look. On another day, she teamed Banana Republic separates with an embellished vest by her. Balenciaga bag and Saint Laurent sneakers were among her accessories for the day.

She wore ’em all well.

Roshni Chopra
Left: At Bansri Pop-Up
Right: At Ra Abta Collection Launch

Roshni Chopra At Lakme Fashion Week

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Wearing Her Own

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Wearing a dress of her own design, Roshni attended the ‘Helping Hands’ exhibition in Mumbai. Silver-toned jewelry and a pair of metallic wedges rounded out her look.

She wore her dress well.

Roshni Chopra At Helping Hands Exhibition

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In Roshni Chopra

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At the taping of another episode of Super Dancer 2, Shilpa was seen in separates from Roshni Chopra with bracelets from Amrapali. I don’t mind a fusion look but in this case, as cute as the top was, didn’t quite like the separates. Possibly because of the sheer dupatta.

Were you a fan of the separates?

Shilpa Shetty on Super Dancer 2 Sets

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In Akaaro

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At the recently concluded fashion week, Roshni was photographed in an Akaaro jacket, one that she teamed with a crop-top and pair of cigarette pants from Zara. Her accessories for the evening included a vintage chunky necklace, Balenciaga bag and Gianvito Rossi sandals.

She wore her look well.

Roshni Chopra At Lakme Fashion Week

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Retail Therapy: It’s Shaadi Season Part Un

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We have all been there. Out of seemingly no where wedding season creeps up on us, we get blindsided, scream bloody murder, call our BFF and cry, “I have nothing to wear”!

Dust the cake crumbs off your pajamas (you know you were stress eating), and read on. We have some ideas that might be just the gentle nudge you needed.

First things first, the Mehendi.

Whether you are the bride herself, a fabulous friend or a close relative, you know you want to be both comfortable and hit the right tone. Palazzos/shararas are low maintenance and give you the all important mobility. A non-blingy sari when accessorized just right strikes that contemporary note and makes for a welcome change of pace.

Below are some suggestions inspired by celebrity sightings on these pages. Find one that sings to you and make it your own!

Let the festivities (and shopping) begin.

Left: Arpita Mehta ( BUY )
Center: Anavila Sari ( BUY )
Right: Sukriti & Aakriti Sharara ( BUY )

So, the Mehendi is done. You’ve used your entire cache of patience in letting that henna dry out, keeping it on and not stain or maim everything and everyone in sight. Yay! Also, yay you can now let your hair down and shimmy a little. Now, let’s talk clothes!

Whether it’s classic, contemporary or comfy, the trick is to pick a look that works for you and one that you can work, head-to-toe. Take some inspiration from these ladies!

You can never go wrong with a pretty lehenga, all the better for finally trying out those dance lessons you’ve been taking. A contemporary twist on a sari checks the festive box without compromising your fashionista street-cred. But for those of us who have to be dragged away from the dance floor, can anything be better than a non-fussy off-shoulder top and lehenga? No dupatta, no problem!

Now that you have your outfit covered, go on, perfect those moves!

Left: Anita Dongre Lehenga ( BUY )
Center: Roshni Chopra Sari ( BUY )
Right: Masaba Lehenga ( BUY )

And for the main event… Check back for part two! We have you covered.

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