"The spotlight's on you, Kiara Advani."
Kiara Advani has been winning the traditional fashion game for the past few days.
From her gorgeous ethnic outfits in the recently-released JugJugg Jeeyo to wearing Indian silhouettes for promotional events, Kiara has stolen the spotlight with her style file.
And now she has another look to add to the swoon-worthy list.
A new set of pictures shared by celebrity stylist Lakshmi Lehr shows Kiara in a bright yellow lehenga and deep neck choli set.
The ensemble makes a case for cheerful summer shades while attending weddings this season.
On July 2, 2022, celebrity stylist Lakshmi Lehr posted pictures of Kiara Advani on her Instagram.
They showed the star dressed in a yellow lehenga set from the shelves of designer wear label Monika Nidhii.
Additionally, the bespoke ethnic look should be a part of your mood board in case you are attending a wedding any time soon.
The post’s caption reads: “The spotlight’s on you, Kiara Advani.”
Kiara’s lehenga set features a deep-neck satin silk sleeveless choli in a bright yellow hue.
It has a plunging V neckline, cropped hem length, intricate aari embroidery, mirror embellishments, and backless detail.
Kiara paired the blouse with a matching lehenga and dupatta adorned with delicate aari embroidery.
While the lehenga features an A-line silhouette, heavily layered ghera, high-rise waist with pleats, and mirror adornments, the sheer georgette dupatta has mirror embellished gota borders and tassels on the four corners.
If you wish to add the ensemble to your wardrobe, it is available on the Monika Nidhii website. It is called Stay Badass and will cost you Rs. 68,000.
Meanwhile, Kiara glammed up her ethnic look with heavy gold earrings, a dainty red bindi, sleek black eyeliner, a nude lip shade, blushed cheeks and beaming highlighter.
Kiara was last seen in JugJugg Jeeyo alongside Anil Kapoor, Neetu Singh and Varun Dhawan.
The film was released in cinemas on June 24, 2022. The film faced accusations of plagiarism by both a writer and Pakistani singer Abrar-ul-Haq.
Abrar-ul-Haq had accused Dharma Productions of using his song ‘Nach Punjaban’ in Jugjugg Jeeyo “without acquiring rights”.
The singer had written: “I have not sold my song ‘Nach Punjaban’ to any Indian movie and reserve the rights to go to court to claim damages.
“Producers like Karan Johar should not use copied songs.”
“This is my 6th song being copied, which will not be allowed at all.”
However, T-Series stated that it bought the rights to the song.