In India, women who wear sarees have tremendous admiration for them. There's no question about that. Society seems to have a significant affinity for wedding sarees, perhaps because of the overall sentiment they are associated with, which spans many avenues.
The newer generations of Bollywood actresses all seem to have a special affection for traditional attire such as saris, concerning which Janhvi Kapoor is a true die-hard fan. Solid coloured sarees is a signature style of Janhvi Kapoor, whose fashion sense has always been in sync with the times. Consisting of classic colours like black, brown, green, white, pink, beige and blue, these sarees have a timeless appeal that never seems to tire or fade.
She does Indian dress in every shade, which makes our belief that she is authentic Indian beauty, almost as concrete as if she were the original owner - an empiricist. Although these sarees are very much in vogue, here are some suggestions on how to buy a nine-yard of these fantastic designs and adorn your wardrobe this season.
Style # 1 - It's essential to have at least one red saree in every woman's wardrobe. If so, why? It may be an appropriate and elegant dress, but it is fantastic when you bring it out with a lot of ornaments, if you will. Sometimes, you can just let the saree do all the small talks.
Style # 2 - Ms Kapoor loves blue! She's wearing bright blue chiffon, ensuring that all eyes are on her. That reminds us of her mom: she's inherited the beauty with the simplicity and elegance from Sridevi - which she always had when she was younger.
Style # 3 - We can see that her favourite yellow fabrics are chiffon, as is, while her design of the '90s is absolutely a winner! While she styled the saree, the Dhadak style exemplified the blouse that she wore, an outfit with an obvious statement being more noticeable than the saree.
Style # 4 - Alluding to phrases, she seems to prefer using proclamations to talking about the yellow colour. Yarns of pure silk saris make Jahnvi look especially elegant, and pairing it with jewellery ensures that she doesn't look out-of-the-place. Draped in golden-yellow satin-silk nine yards, Janhvi Kapoor knows the art draping one - and this particular one she wore on the day of the festival was a prize specimen.
Style # 5 - The lavender sequin saree is certainly attention-getting, and fortunately, Manish Malhotra plays it safe with solid colours. The actress dons a pastel shade in this season to appear classy, with none other than soft lavender. While the less complex numbers show-drape style is easier to wear, if you opt for an eye-catching look and stand out, you are sure to make an impression, similar to Janhvi's.
Style # 6 - Though she is considered the most extraordinary person on the block, Janhvi possesses her mom's looks. And here she is, proudly donning one of our favourite Tarun Tahiliani colours: this pale off-white and taupe. Although her saree was laid-back, her embellished shirt drew attention to her; it was her ornamented blouse.
Style # 7 - Because it's time for us to talk about over-dressed blouses, how can we forget to mention Arpita Mehta's fun-looking creation - one that is a cutesy pink ensemble. Everything about this look is just right on Jahnvi, from the makeup to her lipstick choice and her hair and accessories.