Looking to add flowy, airy fabrics in mellow hues to your occasionwear wardrobe this season? Well, we may've just found the perfect fit for you. Jacqueline Fernandez's Picchika sari is the six-yard drape you need to sport at a day wedding this summer. Made of lightweight organza, the pure silk drape features hand-painted pastel shades of powder pink, powder blue, and lemon, accentuated with hand-embroidered metallic gota work.
The actor has paired her dainty number with jewellery from Curio Cottage and TAD accessories, along with minimal makeup and soft, flattering curls. And, we forgot to mention the best part: The fuss-free garment allows for ample movement—an important facet to consider when attending a lengthy, big-fat-Indian soirée that involves dancing.
To complement her pastel diaphanous drape, Jacqueline has paired her sari with a back-knot halter blouse in a subdued sky blue shade. If a halter blouse isn't your thing, you could opt for a bandeau top with sequins peppered over or a 3/4th length blouse with a cut-out at the back and beaded tassels around the sleeves; the sky is the limit.
If seamless silhouettes in subdued hues are right down your alley, look no further.
Shop The Look:
Picchika, The Dreamy ‘Pastel’, Rs. 26,500
TAD Accessories, Sunflower Ring, Rs. 2,500
Curio Cottage, The Bridal Edit - Pastel Blue Enamel Chand Jhumki Earrings, Rs. 4,800
A sultry season staple, diaphanous drapes make for the ideal addition to your spring/summer closet.
Embrace your inner queen with accessories in rich crimson and maroon shades.