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When it comes to donning racial wears, both Manushi Chhillar and Aditi Rao Hydari know how to strike a right note. Remember when a new Miss World turned troubadour for ace engineer Sabyasachi and pulled off 3 custom-made saris with beauty and elan? Or when Hydari showed how to lift off one of a hottest colours of 2018 — fever yellow by wearing a sari with a resisting immature blouse? Well, yes. This time too, a fashionistas attended opposite events and were seen wearing a same designer — Anita Dongre’s ensembles. Needless to say, both pulled off their looks elegantly.
While attending an event, Chhillar was seen in an ivory, floral festooned lehenga by a designer. The pastel blue blouse featured a low neckline and we like a pointed play of colours in a outfit. It was teamed with a relating semi-sheer dupatta with relating embroidery. Styled by Sheefa J Gilani, she accessorised her outfit with a matter necklace, kadas and matching earrings, both from Malabar Gold and Diamonds.
Since Chhillar is wearing a complicated jewellery, we favourite a fact that she went for pointed make-up. A bare make-up palette with bare pinkish lips and thickly-lined eyes dull off her look. Meanwhile, her hair was styled in a centre-parted, neat manner.
Aditi Rao Hydari
While Chhillar took a normal route, Hydari, who was speckled during a Young Women Achiever Awards gave a alloy turn to her outfit. She opted for a printed jumpsuit featuring flared legs and teamed it with a matching long, sleeveless cape jacket. The prominence of her look, however, was a approach her outfit was cinched during a waist with a relating belt. Otherwise, a outfit would have looked too flowy. Styled by Sanam Ratansi, she accessorised her clothes with a smoke-stack of china bracelets and relating danglers from Amrapali Jewels.
The Padmaavat actor, who customarily opts for pale mouth shades, went for a confidant one this time — dim red. Considering that her outfit sported a lighter hue, a splendid mouth colour complemented her outfit unequivocally well. Make-up artist and hairstylist Elton J Fernandez went for light smokey eyes with a dewy glaze and a small glow on a cheeks and her hair was styled in a casually tousled manner.
While Chhillar’s garb could be is a good choice for a Sangeet ceremony, Hydari’s outfit is some-more matched to infrequent events. We consider both looked overwhelming and couldn’t confirm who looked better. What do we think? Let us know in a comments below.