Kiara Advani and Neetu Kapoor’s traditional outfits from JugJugg Jeeyo are must-have for your wardrobe: All pics | Fashion Trends

Actresses Kiara Advani and Neetu Kapoor brought their best fashion game forward for their recently released film Jagjag Jio starring Varun Dhawan and Anil Kapoor. For the past few days, her stylist Eka Lakhani has been sharing the details of the outfit on Instagram. And her latest post shows Kiara and Neetu in traditional bespoke fits that are a must-have for your ethnic wear closet. On Saturday, Eka dropped pictures featuring the stars from the sets of Jagjag Jio. Kiara wore a white lehenga set while Neetu wore a dark green suit set for the clicks. Scroll ahead to know all the details about their gorgeous looks and add them to your wedding season mood board.

Kiara’s pictures show her in a pearl white lehenga on the shelves of designer Amrita Thakur’s clothing label. It features a sleeveless blouse with appliqué work in an intricate leaf pattern, a midriff-revealing cropped hem and a plunging V neckline. (Also Read: Kiara Advani’s stylist says her Jagjag Jio campaign is inspired by her character, posing in stunning outfits)

Kiara paired the choli with a high waisted lehenga featuring polka dot embroidery and a heavy layered A-line ghera. Lastly, an ombre white and yellow dupatta embellished with the same appliqué embroidery in leaf patterns – draped over the shoulders – completed Kiara’s ethnic look.

In the end, Kiara opted for heavy silver and pearl jhumkis, silver bangles and embellished bangles for accessories. A sleek center bun adorned with white gajra, kohl-lined eyes, sleek eyeliner, subtle eye shadow, elegant bindi, heavy mascara on lashes, mauve lip shade, blushed cheeks and glowing skin rounded off with glam picks.

Neetu Kapoor, on the other hand, wore a dark green embroidered suit set by Manish Malhotra in the pictures shared by Eka Lakhani. Her ensemble consisted of a v-neckline kurti with full sleeves and intricate gold and pink embroidery. A matching embroidered dupatta and flared pants completed the outfit.

Neetu accessorized the ensemble with Kolhapuri sandals, single strand mangalsutra, statement rings, dangling earrings and a matching green bindi. For glam picks, she opted for side-parted tresses, nude lip shadow, kohl-lined eyes, glowing skin, mascara-adorned lashes and cheeks.

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