It is rare you spot Deepika Padukone in ethnic wear but whenever she picks one, she makes a statement. If you follow her closely, you know Deepika Padukone likes to go the simple and classy way. For her pre and post-wedding celebrations, Deepika Padukone was seen carrying a lot of pretty suit sets. Festive season is just around the corner and if you are someone who is looking for some ethnic inspiration then take your cues from Deepika Padukone. Here are 5 of our favourite suit sets Deepika Padukone wore in the past and these are a must have this festive season. Scroll down.
Before her last release, Chhapaak, Deepika Padukone visited the revered Siddhivinayak Temple. For the visit, she picked an ivory silk kurta with matching plain pants and net dupatta. The kurta and dupatta had light, golden embroidery. Her look was teamed with maroon and golden juttis. For accessories, she wore golden jhumkas. Her hair were tied in a ponytail. Her makeup was as simple and minimal as her outfit. Kohled eyes and nude lips!
For her pre-wedding puja, Deepika Padukone wore an orange suit set from the house of her favourite designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Deepika Padukone clearly didn't go overboard for the festivities. She carried the orange kurta pajama set with a matching bandhani dupatta. Her hair were tied in a low bun. For accessories, she wore heavy golden jhumkas. It was a day event and Deepika's makeup was kept minimal. Thick lined eyes and nude lips. This one is the perfect outfit for a day puja event or an inhouse mehendi event.
Long time back we spotted Deepika Padukone in a rani pink silk kurta palazzo suit set at the airport. This kurta by Lajjoo C had beautiful golden embroidery. The dupatta and pants also had golden work. She carried the look with mojri style juttis with golden work. For jewellery, she wore golden hoops. We absolutely loved her makeup, rosy pink and dewy, and it perfectly added colour to her overall look.
This one is my personal favourite and I am sure you all loved it too. For her first wedding anniversary, Deepika travelled to Tirupati Balaji Temple first and then to the Golden Temple to offer prayers with both their families. For their visit to the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Deepika Padukone picked a maroon kurta and dhoti pants set. The zari set had a lot of intricate work on the neckline. This one again from her favourite designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee was teamed with a statement choker and lots of kadas. Her hair were parted in the middle that made her sindoor stand out. Her face was kept on the rosy side to make it go with the entire look, pink cheeks, a nude lip, and heavy kohled eyes.
Newlywed Deepika Padukone first appeared in the public in an ivory kurta and churidar set from Sabyasachi Mukherjee. It was a really simple kurta and churidar set that was teamed with a red and gold heavy banarasi dupatta. She teamed the look with brown juttis. Her hair were tied in a bun and the sindoor added to the whole look. For accessories, she wore heavy jhumkas, the traditional chuda, and some kadas.
This Rakhi, wear a beautiful suit set and celebrate with your loved ones. Do let us know which one is your favourite look among the suits donned by Deepika? For more stories around celebrity fashion, stay tuned!