May 13 : This Ramadan, it is a good fact that we are sitting at home, staying safe, and being with our family. This may be an unplanned phase of our lives, and so it may bring in blues for some people. Still, it is a necessity that you build your spirits, and for that, we suggest women indulge in some self- care. The first step is to dress well. Today, we have taken three ethnic ensembles from Dia Mirza’s wardrobe to show how you too can look beautiful – just by sitting in your home. Take a look and stun your loved ones today!
Dia Mirza glows in this pastel green kurta
A touch of nature is eminent in her ethnic attire. She wore this kurta from the House of Kotwara and it was perfect for the Ramadan season. Enjoy your Iftar party at home in such a calming color. The light green kurta had small golden motifs, and the full sleeves lend traditional vibes to her look. Her dupatta was bordered with gold. She left her hair in loose curls, wore large hanging earrings, and wore minimal makeup.
Dia Mirza flaunts her Ramadan festive vibes in this baby pink kurta
She wore this loose, yet traditional kurta from the fabulous Manish Malhotra collections. The sleeves and even the pants were slightly flared, silky, and had a royal sheen that made her look so divine. To add more elegance, the light blue dupatta was worn along with a wide belt. The whole kurta was bordered off with light silver and gold thread works. She tied her hair into a plait into one side, wore large earrings and this is a great look for Ramadan.
Dia Mirza looks regal in this pristine white ensemble
Dia looked graceful in her luxurious wear from Garo and this was perfect for the modern woman in India. The V- neck kurta and full sleeves are best for the woman who loves the traditional look. The kurta was a wrap style and was gathered around her waistline. The pristine white was softly imprinted with light green floral artwork. She tied her hair into a half-open hairstyle and wore triangle-shaped large earrings, and that smile made her look extra ravishing.
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