Vidya Balan is busy e-promoting Shakuntala Devi and could be seen donning quite a lot of outfits — primarily ethnic and fusion. And her newest seems aren’t any totally different.
In one look, she was seen in an ensemble from the label, Maati. The actor’s insistence to advertise native and sustainable fashion was evident right here too. She wrote, “The Ganai family of Bengal wove this handloom cotton which is hand block printed and dyed in natural dyes. The leftover fabrics were used to make potlis. The fabric, if disposed, will decompose back to the soil.”
In one other look, she seemed pretty in a cotton sari — a basic black and white creation styled with a contrasting shirt. “This Brij Bari mul mul saree is soft and most apt for the summers of India. Crafted by weavers in Delhi the saree is a fun play on the classic black-white-red combination,” she shared.
She was in a sari but once more as she donned a stunning printed pink sari from the label, Rouka. The contrasting shirt and the minimal and neat look labored wonders.
“The pink handwoven chanderi saree handwoven is part of Rouka’s ‘every inch of fabric’ initiative that uses all the fabric from their garmenting to create surface ornamentation and textures,” she wrote.
Finally, she was seen in a white printed strap gown from the label, Pramaa By Pratimaa Pandey. This was teamed with a white jacket and accessorised with a belt. “Sustainable and comfortable fuss free long yoke cut strap dress with handmade print of flora and fauna.Digitally printed on 100% basic weave pure cotton muslin, with a woven jacket,” she shared.
What do you consider her seems?