There is something about Aditi Rao Hydari and her innate beauty that infuses life into ethnic ensembles as nobody else does! A worthy testimony to this fact is the numerous times when the petite beauty has played muse to some of the most exquisite creations by feted Indian designers. As much as Aditi’s penchant for pulling off royal and ethnic ensembles id appreciable, she also has us swooning over her off-day styles. Aditi Rao Hydari was snapped at the India Art Festival 2020 looking her gorgeous self, this time in a kaftan dress by Anita Dongre. The printed dress with its relaxed fit and easy to style vibe is perfect on that holiday you have been planning.
Styled by her go-to stylist, Sanam Ratansi of Style Cell, Aditi added yet another striking look, this time a bohemian vibe to her burgeoning book of style. A certified style chameleon, Aditi’s style play is a heady assortment of vibes apart from those ethnic ensembles, like the high street style, luxe red carpet ensembles, casual chic and crisp formal wear. She pulls them all with an effortless charm and equal enviable aplomb. Giving us a glimpse of how these age-old prints from the Far East can be effortlessly imbibed on an off day, Aditi added oodles of charm with her subtle makeup and a befitting accessory game. Here is a closer look.
Aditi Rao Hydari - Proving A Point With Prints
It was a black Afsoon Kaftan by Anita Dongre, priced at Rs 18,000. The ensemble featured side slits, full puffed sleeves and tassel detailing on the fabric belt and a keyhole neckline. Jewellery by Sangeeta Boochra, juttis and a belt coupled with subtle makeup and wavy hair completed her vibe.
Aditi Rao Hydari - Style Cheat Sheet
Exuding chicness, we love how Aditi channeled a bohemian vibe with the simplest of accessories and beauty game. You can elevate the look further with some oxidized jewellery and smokey eyes for that added dramatic effect.
On the professional front, Aditi will be seen as Mobi Mehta in the mystery thriller, The Girl On The Train alongside Parineeti Chopra. She will be seen in the Tamil films, Psycho and Thughlak Darbar and in the Telugu film, V and the Malayalam film, Sufiyum Sujathayum.