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Of late, Dia Mirza and Rakul Preet Singh gave us exquisite saree goals. The occasion was the National Handloom Day and they both posted their stunning pictures in their respective sarees. While Rakul Preet went for a light floral saree, Dia Mirza looked gorgeous in her pastel saree. We loved the two sarees and thought you should update your wardrobe with these handloom sarees. So, we have decoded their lovely sarees for you.
Courtesy: Dia Mirza's Instagram
Dia Mirza's Floral Jamdani Saree
Dia Mirza celebrated the textiles of the country by draping a floral jamdani saree, which was so stunning and pretty. Her saree came from the label, Studio Medium and it was a simple peach-hued saree with subtle floral accents. The saree featured colourful threads at the hemline of the pallu and it was pleated impeccably. She paired her saree with a dark peach blouse that was half-sleeved and textured. Styled by Theia Tekchandaney, she upped her look with dainty danglers from Mirakin. The makeup was dewy with a glossy pink lip shade, contoured cheekbones, and subtle kohl. The sharp middle-parted ponytail rounded out her avatar.
Courtesy: Rakul Preet Singh's Instagram
Rakul Preet Singh's Block-Printed Saree
Rakul Preet Singh also looked elegant in her saree that came from the label, Kaluva. It was a mul and cotton saree that the actress draped so meticulously. Styled by Neerajaa Kona, Rakul Preet also paid tribute to the Indian textiles with her fashionable look. Greyish-blue in colour, she wore a Champaka-printed saree from the brand and paired her saree with a cream-hued spaghetti-strapped blouse. The actress accessorised her look with silver Alankaram jhumkis. She also spruced up her look with chic rings and the makeup was enhanced by metallic pink lip shade, smoky kohl, and a tiny bindi. The slight middle-parted bun completed her look.
So, whose saree look you loved more? Let us know that.