1. The bridal look: Stylish and classic
Zee Telugu’s show Ninne Pelladatha has given us characters we like. Anusha Hegde, who essayed the role of Mansi in the show, had won several hearts for her performance. From her simplistic approach to life to creating fashion statements every day, we can safely call her our go-to fashion idol. And no matter what the occasion is, she slays in sarees.
If you keep your sarees hidden somewhere in the back of your closet and keep them reserved for ‘large functions’ only, you might want to take some inspo from Anusha and take them out now. From bridal attire to casual outings and formal events, here is how this Telugu ammayi keeps slaying in sarees.
The season of big fat Indian weddings has just begun. And you cannot miss them! Whether you are the bride, a bridesmaid or just another guest, this is the time to go all glam! Here, Anusha too is glowing in gold jewellery. However, the actor lets her golden and red saree do the talking. After all, there is nothing like a good old pattucheera.
2. Sarees for parties!
3. Elegance is an everyday thing
Elegance never goes out of style. And you don’t need to spend hours to look elegant. Do it like Anusha, who keeps it classy with a plain emerald green saree and a white full-sleeved blouse. You can leave at that, or add boho jewellery or dainty accessories to compliment your saree, like Anusha.
4. Bring your langa voni back
Who said langa voni was only for teenage girls? Wear your old langa voni just like Anusha and feel young again. From family functions to casual events, you will be sure to make heads turn.
Bonus: You already have it.
Pro tip: Wear a new voni (dupatta) every time you head out to get a brand new look. Because no! We don’t want to be caught dead repeating outfits.
5. Channel your inner boss lady
6. Keep it minimal
7. Pattucheera for the win!
Bend the rules, like Anusha did in this white and pink pattucheera. After all, the beauty of your pattucheera is enough to brighten up any dull day.
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