In the ever-evolving landscape of Bollywood, Shraddha Kapoor has not only mesmerized us with her acting but also as a fashion icon. From red-carpet events to casual outings, her fashion choices have always proven to be a mirror of her diverse personality. Her style often involves a fusion of traditional with contemporary, hence creating looks that are both chic and timeless. Whether it’s an Anarkali or a traditional saree, her ethnic game is always on point, but today we are discussing Shraddha Kapoor’s lehenga looks. And since wedding season is on, maybe get some outfit inspos for ourselves as well.
Here are some of Shraddha Kapoor's mesmerizing lehenga looks
1. Pastel lehenga
Shraddha Kapoor in a jaw-dropping-ethnic-fashion-statement rocked this gorgeous peach pastel lehenga with a V-neck blouse look on Dussehra this year, and believe us when we say she served. She paired this V-neck blouse with a semi-sheer embroidered dupatta and a flared skirt. And to tie this whole look together she went with a sleek ponytail, a natural subtle makeup look golden intricate jhumkas and a little bindi. With Shraddha Kapoor in this lehenga looking like a wow, we cannot find a perfect option for an Indian wedding or celebration.
2. Floral sequin lehenga
India Couture Week in association with Reliance brand was an extravagant affair in August this year and the Bollywood celebs as the show stoppers is no new thing to fashion weeks. Joining this list of showstoppers, Shraddha Kapoor in this lehenga look walked the ramp for Rahul Mishra’s “We the People” collection on the 9th day of ICW and you betcha she did stop the show in her ethnic ensemble. She walked the ramp with a silver sequin bralette with a plunging neckline, a fully embroidered floral lehenga and added drama of feathered shrug featuring silver patterns on her arms, and frill details.
3. Multicolored thread work bridal lehenga
Shraddha adorned this handcrafted multicoloured lehenga ingrained with metal threadwork details, from Falguni Shane Peacock’s latest collection ‘Love Forever’, a collection made for modern brides with a fusion of traditional and contemporary aesthetics. She styled it with a handcrafted full blouse featuring gridwork and tassel details. Shraddha Kapoor in this red lehenga is definitely THE outfit inspiration this wedding season.
4. Tangerine Diwali glam
Looking like the brightest diya on Diwali, Shraddha Kapoor snatched everybody's attention through her tangerine Gota patti work lehenga. Completing the look with a sleek ponytail and a choker, Shraddha looked absolutely ethereal and served some serious outfit inspiration this Diwali.
5. Pastel floral lehenga
With her ethnic game always on point, here is another dreamy lehenga by Kresha Bajaj adorned by Shraddha Kapoor for a Rohan Shrestha photoshoot. Shraddha Kapoor in this lehenga looked absolutely dreamy and straight out of a fairytale. She wore a pastel green silk organza lehenga imbued with beads, pearls, rhinestones and beautiful floral applique paired with a strappy green crop top with 3D flowers and golden tassels lined at the hem. When it comes to celebrity ethnic fits, we’re always intrigued but with Shraddha, she never disappoints, we repeat never.
6. Sky blue floral motif lehenga
Wearing a sky blue floral motif lehenga by Rahul Mishra for her brother’s wedding in the Maldives, she looks as dreamy as the sky itself and the word that strikes our mind is ethereal. The outfit was made with tulle fabric, and paired with an ivory blouse filled completely with white daisy flowers. She opted for a statement choker with rubies and emeralds and kept her makeup simple with pink lips and a tied bun. If you’re looking for outfit inspiration for a beach wedding, look no more, Shraddha Kapoor in this blue lehenga look is it.
7. Red bridal lehenga
A showstopper in India Couture Week 2021 and again a muse for Falguni and Shane peacock, the Tu Jhutti Main Makkar actress had adorned a crimson bridal lehenga, completed with matha patti and all the other bridal jewellery. Shraddha Kapoor in a lehenga tied this whole look together with a tulle dupatta.