Burying a shady secret within herself, as Sehmat decides to leave India and move to Pakistan, she also carries with herself a tinge of the old-India fashion of the 1970s. Adorning herself with long maxi-gowns to embracing the ethnic flair with pretty anarkalis and salwars in Raazi, the lady portrays how beauty can beat you even in all your right senses. Belonging to a Kashmiri Muslim family, Sehmat introduces us with the vogue of the traditional Muslims in India. Pretty, light and flowy attires give the body its elegance that it deserves.
Not just in the movies, she takes this style off-reel as well. During the promotions of the movie, Alia seems to have not gotten enough of the role that she played in the movie. Now, let’s take a sneak-peek into Alia’s wardrobe and find out what similar trends we can find from the DateTheRamp collection.
1. Draped in Pink and Green.
Sehmat decides to drape herself in this beautiful pink saree with borders exhibiting finesse and detailed work of motifs. For a bride-to-be, she dresses herself in a low limelight. She picked simple and decent colors, bringing out the essence of the character that she plays in the movie. She wears a pretty, greenish blue dupatta over her head to give off those bride feels. DTR has a similar-looking Kanjeevaram saree to offer you! With light pastel colors of pink and green, the colors complement each other to the end of the pallav. The Paisley work on the saree gives it an immensely classy look. Get wrapped up in this beautiful Pink Kanjeevaram saree and recreate the look in your own way! Elegance is just one click away 😉
2. Lady in White.
Alia, dressed in this white, long kurta perfectly paired with palazzos showcasing pretty floral motif, looks as beautiful as ever. We get that she is upset over someone’s probable death (not giving away the spoilers :P) in the movie and hence the white! DTR has a similar line of outfit with the high neckline and a peachy look. The floral vibe remains just as fragrant as in the designer set by Sabyasachi. This Beige and Coral Kurta with the Palazzo by Anju Modi is the perfect garment to wear to any occasion, being simple yet so beautiful. Cannot resist, can you? Here is the link!
3. Pretty in Pink.
Just like the strong and fearless character Alia plays in the movie, she decided to reflect on all of that with the raw and bold sense of fashion that she carried to the promotional events as well. This pale-pink kurta set is a perfect example of how simple yet stylish she can look. All of you, Raazi? 😉 DTR has something to offer you in this line. A similar Peach-coloured Chanderi Silk Kurta set by Aneesh Aggarwal with gold zardozi work is exactly what you need to wear this look in your own way! Want it? Get it here.
4. Serene in Blue.
This icy-grey, floor-length Anarkali by Manish Malhotra makes everyone go swooning all over this style. With detailed designs embossed on the Anarkali set, Alia decided to go lighter with the accessories. With the breezy appearance in this outfit, she tries to bring in a little bit of the character to the front. Calm, patient, serene. Considering the hot summers outside, who would deny some blue in their wardrobe? In that context, we have this decorous Smoke Blue Anarkali by Shyam Narayan Prasad. Get this look here from DTR!