Sonakshi Sinha's off-white Mulmul anarkali is a seasonless wedding wear staple

Sonakshi Sinha's off-white Mulmul anarkali is a seasonless wedding wear staple

Ivory is the new red, proves the actor. And here’s why you need to invest in a Mulmul anarkali, like hers, too

Sonakshi Sinha has the kind of agency with her demeanour that few others do, and her inimitable style has followed suit. Whether she’s at a personal outing or professional one, when the star gets dressed, she aims to turn heads. Sonakshi Sinha has her fuss-free off-duty fashion staples, as well as a penchant for bold red carpet and occasion wear that spans the range from all-eyes-one-me couture to effortless separates. While Sinha is not one to shy away from a daring fashion moment but loves to rely on low-key pieces. Of late, the actor has been on a wedding-hopping streak, and she’s been doing it in style. One of her recent ensembles that stood out for its understated elegance is the ivory Mulmul kurta set. Ahead, we break the versatile look down for you.

“Embracing simplicity is an art, a statement that speaks volumes without uttering a word. And in this Mulmul look, Sonakshi is a testament to the unwavering sophistication that minimalism bestows. Designed for comfort and freedom of movement, this anarkali ensemble combines a breathable fabric with an easy-to-move-in silhouette. The full-sleeve organza kurta, in a delicate off-white hue, is crafted as a tunic with jacket design. The plain tunic showcases intricate lacework around the neck, while the sheer organza jacket features tie-up tassels, detailed embroidery, and gota embellishments along the hemline. Paired with straight-tailored pants, this ensemble allows you to dance, twirl and celebrate with effortless style. Completing her look is an equally beautiful dupatta that mirrors the intricate gota details of the set,” shares Saumya Modi, co-founder and design director, Mulmul.

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As for the accessories? Sinha embellished with a pair of shoulder-duster earrings and completed the look with mules from the coveted Arpita Mehta x SKO collection. Crafted from soft gold leather and a silk beige base, the mules are meticulously embellished with intricate hand embroidery in gold kasab and drop shaped mirror patterns that nod towards Mehta’s signature aesthetic. Wayfarer sunglasses served as the perfect functional yet fun finishing touch to Sinha’s look.

Sinha surely has an affinity for tonal looks, “but if you’d like to incorporate colour to this ivory look then the easiest way is through the accessories. Consider infusing vibrant hues with coloured stone jewellery or a contrasting purse or juttis. Its off-white base means you can revel in the joy of experimenting with different colour combinations and discover what resonates best with your personal style. Be it summer or winter, day or night, you can make this look work for special occasions all year round,” concludes Modi. Tempted to try it? We know where you can buy the same Mulmul anarkali along with mules and complementing earrings.