Jacqueline Fernandez is giving handloom saris a new eclectic and traditional spin
Jacqueline Fernandez’s sartorial choices have always been reflective of her chirpy and flamboyant persona. For the Sri Lankan native, going basic is not an option. She’s often spotted donning a maximalist aesthetic— from her IIFA attendance in an edgy metallic one-shoulder gown by Jean Louis Sabaji or her striking gold cheetah printed Versace slip dress for her recent promotional look. Her upcoming Kannada fantasy-action thriller Vikrant Rona is all set to release on 28th July and Fernandez has spent the last few weeks promoting it with an exuberant style palette. Styled by Namita Alexander, the Housefull 3 actor recently donned a handloom Tarun Tahiliani number, accessorising with a new spin on the traditional, Fernandez gives the look a fusion twist. Scroll down below for the details of her ethnic summer look.
Jacqueline Fernandez’s Tarun Tahiliani saree was paired with an embroidered Ikat blouse and a signature leather belt
For the trailer launch of her latest Kannada debut, Fernandez opted for a handloom blue going on black, and white saree embellished with coins and shells. The saree was paired with a multi-coloured kantha embroidered ikat blouse and a signature leather belt from Tarun Tahiliani’s accessory line. The belt was further embellished with a labradorite stone buckle that was handcrafted in silver, finished with 22 carat gold and featured rectangular black onyx stones. She enhanced her look with intricate gold nail rings from Bhavya Ramesh Jewellery and earrings from Preeti Mohan Jewellery. With pink-toned makeup for flushed cheeks, coral shimmery eyes and pinkish-nude lips, she let her honey-brown tresses loose, adding on to her boho-ethnic fusion look.