They say it's not about what size you wear, it's about how you wear your size. Fashion clearly knows no size and comedy queen Bharti Singh proves it right. The actor-comedian who has been a part of the showbiz for over a decade now has never really disappointed us with her sartorial choices.
Bharti Singh's birthday is just around the corner and we thought of taking you through some of our most favourite ethnic looks she donned in the past. If you follow the comedian's fashion picks closely, you know it is rare that she carries ethnic wear but whenever she does, she nails it.
Ice Blue Embroidered Kurti And White Pants Set
On a hot summer day, all you want is a beautiful and breathable outfit that feels light on your body. Bharti Singh's blue kurta and white pants set looks summer perfect. Her blue kurta had delicate white embroidery on the neckline and crochet embroidery on the sleeves and sides. She teamed it with cotton white pants.
She kept her makeup minimal, a light nude shade on the lips and lots of kohl in the eyes. If you like to go OTT with makeup, you can round off your look with a pop red or even a bright pink lip colour.
If you are hunting for a suit set that is stylish yet comfy, a combo like this one can be your pick. Though Bharti Singh carried it sans a dupatta, you can carry it with an organza or chiffon dupatta for a casual outing or get-together.
Green Silk Suit With Banarasi Dupatta
One thing you should definitely take notes of from this look is that a banarasi dupatta can transform any ethnic look. Bharti Singh carried a heavy yellow dupatta with hints of gold and red with her green silk suit that had booti work all over and embellished buttons on the neckline.
Bharti Singh isn't a fan of heavy makeup clearly. She likes wearing a kohl and nude-coloured lipsticks most days. You can always experiment with your makeup with OTT looks like these but to strike a balance, you can go minimal with a thick liner, flushed cheeks and a light coloured lip shade.
If you feel your outfit is too low-key for an event, you can team it up with a heavy contrasting banarasi dupatta. It is always a good idea to invest in such dupattas. They go well with just anything.
Blue And Green Silk Suit
Bharti Singh is clearly a fan of heavy silk suits. This one again is a beautiful suit set with a classic combination of blue and green. Her kurta neckline had delicate embroidery and embellishments. It was paired with matching blue pants and a heavy silk dupatta in gold, blue and green.
If you are a fan of ethnic wear, you should own a heavy embellished suit like this one. It can be just the perfect pick for occasions like weddings, puja at home, or even get-togethers.
Green And Red Kanjeevaram Saree
It is rare that you spot Bharti Singh in a saree but when she does, she knows how to make a statement. How stunning does the actor-comedian look in this traditional green-red kanjeevaran saree? Her beautifully draped kanjeevaram saree was teamed with a green and gold blouse.
With this look, she did go a little OTT with her makeup - a bold red lip and smokey eyes. If you want to let your outfit do the talking, you can just wear some kohl and round off with a nude coloured lipstick.
We love how her traditional outfit was teamed with temple jewllery - a heavy choker, a long coin necklace, and jhumkas. She gave a Maharashtrian hint to the look with a nath.
Neon Green And Gold Lehenga
We can't really get over this traditional look Bharti Singh donned when she was just newlywed to Haarsh Limbaachiya. Her neon green lehenga had beautiful embroidery all over the blouse. It was paired with a silk lehenga skirt that had a really thick embellished border. She carried it with a net green dupatta which also had a thick gold border.
Beauty-wise, Bharti Singh's makeup was kept a little heavy. Kohl rimmed eyes, a lot of blush, highlighter, and a pink lip. You can experiment with makeup with such traditional looks. A smokey eye and bold red lips can make a good combo with an ethnic outfit like this one.
If you are bored wearing traditional lehenga colours from the red and pink family, a trendy green shade like this one can be your pick for the next wedding event. Hunting for some saree inspiration, this one deserves your attention. This can be worn to wedding parties, pujas, and festivities.
Tell us which one is your favourite ethnic looks donned by Bharti Singh among these and why? For more such fashion-related articles, stay tuned!