Mouni Roy is one of the most popular faces of the entertainment world. The diva who rose to fame with daily soap Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi has come a long way. She also entered Bollywood and has starred in movies like Gold and Made in China. Honestly, just as much we admire her for her acting skills, we do for her sartorial choices too. Mouni Roy is known for her fashion choices. If you follow her closely then you know she has a thing for sarees. So, as the Gold actor turns 36 today, we thought of taking you through some beautiful, minimal sarees from her closet.
Red Saree With Sequins Border And Frills
If red is your colour then investing in a saree like this one can be a good choice. Mouni Roy picked this red saree from designer Avvantikaa S. Parwani. Her plain red saree had frills on one side and a thin sequins lace border on the other side. Mouni's saree was teamed with a plunging neckline, sleeveless sequins blouse. Plain sarees like these can be donned just anywhere. If you think a saree like this one is just too light to carry for any occasion then you can always team it with a glam blouse just like Mouni did. Mouni Roy's choice of accessories with the look was a pair of drop ruby earrings. Beauty-wise, her hair were done in soft curls and makeup was kept minimal and dewy.
Yellow Chikankari Saree
For a Diwali party, Mouni Roy arrived in this lime yellow chikankari saree. This saree by designer Akshi Jogani was paired with a plain lime yellow, cap sleeves blouse. If you like to take the simple route even for festivities then a saree like this one is a must have. The traditional Lucknowi embroidery, chikankari is evergreen and every woman must own some pieces. Also, we love the colour, it can be donned just anywhere, from a Diwali party to a wedding party. Mouni Roy's choice of accessory with this saree was just a statement emerald and gold choker. Her hair were tied in a neat bun and accessoried with some gajra. Mouni's makeup too was kept very minimal with the look.
Pink Saree With Sequin Stripes
On days you feel like carrying a saree but just don't wish to go OTT, a saree like this one can be your go-to. Mouni Roy's pink saree had sequin lace all over. The pretty pastel shade saree was teamed with a backless blouse which also had a dori. Mouni kept her day look fresh, tresses open and kept on one side and makeup kept minimal. With this saree, her choice of accessory was a pair of drop jhumkas.
Black Saree With Golden Border
Your saree closet is incomplete without a black saree and if you are hunting for one then something like this can be your pick. Mouni Roy's saree from Payal Singhal's collection came with a beautiful golden, embroidered border. It was teamed with a matching sleeveless, embroidered blouse. For accessories, Mouni Roy went for a pair of ear cuff jhumkas and carried a statement gold clutch bag. Her hair were done in a low gajra bun.
Beige Silk Saree
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On the occasion of National Handloom Day, Mouni Roy posted a couple of pictures dressed in a beautiful saree. Her stunning beige silk saree came from a local weaver. She teamed it with a plain maroon coloured blouse. For accessories, Mouni Roy wore a statement choker and matching studs. Beauty-wise, her hair were tied in a braided bun. Her makeup was kept minimal, soft, and dewy.
Love going minimal? We are sure these sarees like these can be such a great addition to your closets. Share your thoughts with us! For more on celebrity fashion, stay tuned!