Jahnvi Kapoor has some interesting ethnic outfits in her closet. From classic drapes to heavy embellished lehengas, she has some really pretty ethnic ensembles that we all need to invest in this wedding season. If you wish to be in the spotlight at the wedding parties you attend this season then here are some traditional ensembles from Janhvi's closet you should check out.
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Janhvi Kapoor recently attended the Umang Mumbai Police Show in a red, shell detailed saree by ace designer Manish Malhotra. Janhvi Kapoor carried this stunning saree with a sleeveless blouse. This one had intricate embroidery and sequins work. Red is one colour that ever won't go off trend and if you think it's your colour then carry it off just like Janhvi. If you already have a red saree, you can revamp it with some sequins. Team it with an embellished blouse and you are good to go!
Is pink your colour? This mirror work, heavy embroidered lehenga is your perfect inspiration. Janhvi Kapoor carried the lehenga with a heavy, mirror work blouse with a keyhole dori back. If you have an old saree, you can turn it into a beautiful lehenga like this one. You can team a plain pink skirt with a matching heavy blouse and complete the set with a beautiful net dupatta like this one.
Janhvi Kapoor looked like a dream in this light purple sequins saree from the house of Manish Malhotra. If you are someone who likes going all glitzy when it comes to wedding parties, this one can be a good pick. Janhvi Kapoor carried the pretty saree with a bralette style matching blouse. For accessories, she carried matching earrings.
For a mehendi or a haldi event where you don't want to go overboard with your outfit, you can wear a salwar suit like this one. Jahnvi Kapoor was spotted in this yellow embroidered suit. This one had multi-coloured embroidery on the neck area and on the dupatta borders. You can carry this will colourful jhumkas just like Janhvi.
Want to go full desi? Pick a pretty silk saree like this one. Janhvi Kapoor wore this custom-made multi-coloured saree by Manish Malhotra. She carried it with a simple elbow sleeve blouse. For accessories, she wore a pair of jhumkas. Here you can go a little overboard by pairing the look with a heavy gold set or a maang tika.
Recently, Janhvi Kapoor wore this beautiful pink saree by Arpita Mehta. This one had gota patti work on the border. If you like to keep it simple and stylish then you can carry a saree like this one. This one was paired with a gota patti bralette style blouse.
Which one is your favoruite traditional outfit?