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Aditi Rao in the Movie “V”. Recently, Amazon Prime revealed Aditi Rao Hydari’s movie “V”. Every look was designed by Eka Lakhani (celeb outfit designer). We were captivated by her acting abilities once more and …

Aditi Rao in the Movie “V”.

Recently, Amazon Prime revealed Aditi Rao Hydari’s movie “V”. Every look was designed by Eka Lakhani (celeb outfit designer). We were captivated by her acting abilities once more and she looked stunning as ever. Her fashion sense in the movie was also noteworthy. We have compiled a collection of 10 classic and modern looks by Aditi Rai Hydari that you’ll love. Aditi Rao Hydari’s Spectacular Apparel from Her Latest Telugu Movie, “V”

Grey Kurta Set

Aditi looked radiant in a Tokree Shop three-piece cotton mulmul set. This gorgeous ensemble is perfect for all weathers and Aditi looked stunning in it. She wore her hair down with smooth curls and complemented it with neutral makeup, silver earrings, and neutral makeup.

Corset and Skirt

Aditi wore a Sonam Luthria skirt and corset combination, adding a touch of fashion. The skirt featured golden lace at the waist and borders, while the corset was decorated with flower embroidery. An embroidered corset was paired with the crushed mustard ankle-length skirt. The same set of yellow tasseled Kohlapuri Kohlapuri Juttis was worn by her. This look was complemented by small hoop earrings and silver bangles.

Sharara Pants with Denim shirt

Aditi looked stunning in this unique combination of sharara wearing a shirt and sharara wearing a shirt. This look was completed by Vipul Shah’s silver bangles, and a blue embroidered bag. Anoli Shah’s layered sharara had white prints all over it. The layered sharara was paired with a H&M dark blue denim shirt.

Chikankari Harara

Aditi Rao Hydari’s regal look was what made us fall in love with her once more. This outfit was designed by A&R by Rhea Kaplan. Ideal was the declaration polki chandbalis by Kishandas & Co. A light pink chikankari Kurta with dabka embroidery was paired with a silk Tanchoi Gharara and a georgette dupatta. Her look was completed with pink makeup, soft wavy hair and a pair kolhapuri chappals.

Aditi Rao Hydari in a Royal Blue Ghagra

Aditi looked elegant in a monochromatic blue dress by Samatvam, Anajali Bhhaskar. The dress featured floral thread embroidery in sky and pink. The ghaghra, which was ankle-length, was paired with a thigh-length kurti. Her appearance was completed with silver bangles, jhumkis, and curled wavy hair!

Aditi Rao Hydari in Peach Anarkali Suit

It looks like Aditi is actually wearing peach. Neh arranged the peach angrakha in a beautiful way. The cotton angrakha kurtas had lace detailing on the borders and arms of the jamdani and cotton kurtas. The look was completed with a set of silver bangles and gold jhumaks. Partially pinned wavy locks were also included. The look was completed with a digital printed chanderi floral dupatta featuring frilled borders.

Print over Print

This is a well-known style in all modern fashions. Sonam Luthria customized this print-on-print look. The skirt was long and flowing at the ankle. It featured Jaipuri prints on the yellow base. It was vibrant with the digital printing details and a tie-up knot on the shirt. This look was very stylish when paired with silver bangles, and silver earrings.

Sharara and tie-dye Kurta

Aditi Rao Hydari chose simplicity and wore a Chandrakanth Sonawane blue and white tie-dye blouse. Her look was completed with delicate makeup, silver jewelry and a slicked-back hairstyle. A peplum kurta with full sleeves was paired with white layered shara pants.

Printed Skirt and Bishop-sleeved shirt

Sonam Luthria created a new look for Aditi Rao Hydari. A long skirt was worn by Aditi Rao Hydari with a digital abstract print in different shades. The skirt was paired with a red self printed shirt with printed bishop sleeves. The accessories included a black belt and silver hoop earrings, as well as a set of kolhapuris.

Anarkali Suit in Color

Aditi Rao Hydari, in another Sonam Luthria outfit, wore a vintage tricolored anarkali with sharara trousers. The combination was completed with a bright pink sharara and a red dupatta featuring floral embroidery at the borders. A huge red ghera was used for the smashed anarkali, with red embroidered flowers all over the mustard bottom.

The dress was complemented by small, simple earrings in golden and minimal makeup.