Shilpa Shetty is a well-known Bollywood actress who has delivered hit films like Baazigar, Main Khiladi Tu Anari and Dhadkan. The actress built a niche for herself as a fitness enthusiast and a fabulous dancer as well. She even developed a wellness app called The Shilpa Shetty app that features helpful exercise routines for pregnant women and those that struggle with menstrual cramps. Can’t tell you how much women really need something that they can use from the comfort of their homes.
Shilpa’s remains a trendsetter and this time she raises the bar higher by bringing home and eco-friendly Ganesh idol. I deeply appreciate that some celebrities have taken this route because it is the need of the hour. And if it isn’t our lovely celebrities setting an example to the Indian audiences then whom? Shilpa was spotted immersing Ganesh in a large drum outside their home. The actress, husband Raj Kundra, son Viaan and mother-in-law were all twinning in yellow on this auspicious occasion.
Shilpa wore a bright yellow tie-dye salwar suit from Faabiiana. The 3/4th sleeve kurta featured a thick silver embellished sleeve for added grandeur. The dupatta features a similar embellishment too but in a scalloped form. Shilpa styled her kurta set with crushed, white palazzo pants that off-set the brightness of the kurta and dupatta. This look feels perfect to wear to a friend’s low-key quarantine Mehendi at home, right? She accessorised her look with stud earrings, a mangal sutra, a nak-bali and gold hand stacks on both hands. I like that she finished her look off with a tiny red bindi, although I would used a more neutral tone to go with this look. The actress pulled her hair back into a ponytail and wore very neutral day-time makeup.
For this look, Shilpa opted for a brighter, printed salwar set from Punit Balana. The designer is known for his lovely print combos and this one shows his prowess of print play. The ankle-length palazzo pants and kurta feature all-over, floral motifs with a pink and gold border on the sleeves and kurta hemline. To give shape to the look, the same border is used to create a belt with latkans. Shilpa draped the pink dupatta with embellishments on one side of the shoulder under the belt. She accessorised her look with Polki diamond ruby earrings and cuff from Parina International and gold sequin juttis from Fizzy Goblet. She wore a nak-bali and a tiny pink bindi with this ensemble. For her beauty, Shilpa left her hair loose and finished off her look with neutral makeup again.
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