After Slogan T-shirts, Sonam Kapoor, Masaba Gupta, Anamika Khann Turning To Ethnic Wear With Script

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Published by Isha Kataria on 13 Mar 2019

Sonam Kapoor s one of the glamorous diva of the Bollywood industry. The B-Town divas were styled glamorously for the perfect Friday night dress. For a while slogans on everyday wear like T-shirts, sweatshirts, denim and even jackets have been trending and it’s refreshing to see slogans and words featured on unlikely canvas of Indian traditional wear.

These new Masaba Gupta’s Tamil prints to Anamika Khanna’s ‘IS AK OK’ traditional printed looks are setting some serious fashion goals. Talking about Sonam Kapoor’s social media account is truly giving us some fashion inspiration. Sonam Kapoor donned a printed peach sari with Tamil scriptures for the promotion of her film, Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga. The print sari is from Masaba and reads, Ek Ladki ko Dekha toh aisa laga’. This sari is both, meaningful and stunning.

Meanwhile, Rhea Kapoor donned the IS AK OK ivory sari that she matched up with a stunning green blouse.

Not just saris, printed lehengas too created a stunning appearance. Sonam Kapoor opted for a rani pink lehenga by Anamika Khanna that reads as “IS AK OK” for Isha Ambani’s wedding last year.

Deepika Padukone was a stunning bride. Her jewelry and smokey eyes, Deepika looked fantabulous. For her Sindhi wedding, she donned a red lehenga with a dupatta that reads as, “Saubhagyavati Bhava”. Ever since then, brides have started booking this for their special day.

Recently, Nita Ambani chose an l Sabyasachi Mukherjee lehenga. Nita’s embroidered blouse had ‘Shubharambh,’ ‘Akash’, and ‘Shloka’ embroidered in gold.

Talking about Karisma Kapoor, recently wore a typography-printed sari by Satya Paul that read out ‘Mirchi’ written in Hindi. In an interview with Vogue, “A typography print sari is quite contemporary as it tells a story; suppose you’re traveling abroad, everyone can see our language written on this piece of clothing, and it’s a novel concept.”

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