Though pishwas are usually worn for events and ceremonies, the young actor has to some extent made it her everyday collection. Seems like it might just become the next big trend in ethnic wear — what do you think about it?
Sara Ali Khan has given us abundant instances that prove her love for ethnic wear, specifically easy-breezy salwar suit sets that she is frequently spotted wearing off-camera. But we currently saw her wearing a new style of kurta — which looked greatly encouraged by the pishwas style suits. Though the traditional pishwas suit is longer in length and is regularly worn by brides in Muslim and Hyderabadi weddings, ace designers Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla gave it a modern twist by cutting down the length.
The Kedarnath actor wore such an collection by the designer duo — a beautiful red and gold decorated suit with bell sleeves — for Diwali. She concluded the look with statement earrings, matching bangles, a small bindi and loose hair.
She was also seen in an off-white cotton kurta and churidar set which was very much alike in cut and style. At a Diwali party in Mumbai, the actor was seen posing with her mother Amrita Singh and a friend in the classical collection which featured a thin gotta patti specifying on the border of her sleeves and the dupatta. She concluded the look with matching juttis and a black bindi.
Recently for a shoot in Mumbai, the Simmba actor was spotted in the same style yet again. This time it was a brittle white knee-length Anarkali kurta, which looked same as pishwas style kurta, teamed with a plain white churidar.
Though pishwas are usually worn for events and ceremonies, the young actor has somewhat made it her everyday ensemble. Seems like it might just become the next big trend in ethnic wear — what do you think about it?