Surbhi makes a stunning statement in traditional wear

The actress recently attended a wedding in Chennai and was looking stunning in a traditional outfit.

By   |     |   21,263 reads   |   0 comments
Surbhi makes a stunning statement in traditional wear

Incase you don’t already know, Surbhi is a Tamil actress who was born in Delhi. She debuted with the film Ivan Veramathiri in 2013 and since then, has been making waves in the industry.

From her very first film, Surabhi‘s performance was praised by critics, who took notice of her ‘arresting smile’ and bubbly, fun loving nature. Known to bring a natural and fresh appeal to the big screen, Surbhi‘s wide eyes and fit silhoutte makes her quite the head turner amongst many of her contemporaries.

Recently, the actress attended a grand wedding in Chennai and needless to say, sent temperatures soaring, in a gorgeous embellished golden and red lehenga by designer, Mahima Mahajan. The blouse was a glittery, cold-shoulder style, cape one, that complimented the flowy red bottom perfectly, also adding a contemporary touch to the otherwise ethnic garment.

Her hair was tied in an interesting and elegant up do and her winged eyeliner and red lips completed her beauty look. Both were done by the talented Rachel’s  Stylesmith.

Coming to accessories, Surbhi sported big traditional gold chunky earrings and a ‘maangtika’ by Suhana Art and Jewels, which set off her outfit even more.

The look was styled and put together by popular celebrity stylist, Nithisha Sriram.

Kudos to Maheswar Singh, for capturing two stunning shots of the actress, as she posed for the camera looking strikingly elegant.

For all you bride-to-be’s, we highly suggest that you take a cue from Surbhi’s sense of style and get inspired to put your best ethnic foot forward. Be it the bold statement jewellery or the cool contemporary yet traditional blouse, don’t shy away from trying out new things!

A thumbs up from us, Surbhi! You aced it.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.