In Threes

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Richa hosted a few more Masaan screenings this week wearing a Kotwara sharara to one and then a Rohit Bal long kurta and churidaar to another. Interview promotions in between saw her in a linen Anavila maxi, one that she wore with a Rara Avis bag and nude Louboutins.

The sharara look stood out instantly not only because of the change in hairdo but also for that old-world charm it exuded. Between the maxi and the kurta look, I was drawn more to the latter, possibly because of the color. Got a favorite amongst her final three appearances?

P.S. She is wearing a Rara Avis neckpiece with the Bal and Manifest necklaces with the Anavila.


Richa Chadha at Masaan Screening


Richa Chadha at Masaan Screening


Richa Chadha at Masaan Interviews

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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  1. That rich red coloured dress is beautifullll and she looks great in it. That neckpiece looks great as well. I’m glad that she went for a not so elaborated piece yet cut the redness of the dress with an elegant piece. I can any day imagine sonam going for excessive jewelry !

    And that’s a brilliant green colour. Feminine and soft! Love the hairstyle. In white too she looks nice.

    All of Richa’s style are understated yet strong. Majority of what she wears I can imagine wearing it myself!

  2. Love the color of the burgundy/red but I kept looking for the churidar/ pants. Is this some new fashion now? Wearing Anarkali type long kurtas as maxi dresses?

  3. I beg to differ..m frm Lucknow n hv seen muslim ladies frm royal families wearing shararas on Eid wid so much grace n class..Dats nt d way a sharara is worn..firstly, sharara shud b bit fitted uptil knees n dn dn shud flare out (quite shocking as its frm Kotwara n designers hail frm Lucknow) Second, dat stringy thing hanging in front (dis cn’t b ignored) is completely ruining d entire luk..had it been on either side, it wud hv luked fine!

    • Yes I completely agree. This is a disgrace to Sharara.
      Kotwara are making nonsensical garments in the name of Lucknowi attires.

    • +100 so true , it is such a disgrace.Kotwara are ruining the traditional outfits. Shararas are the skirt-kind, where as the Ghararas have division for two legs,they are fitted till the knees and the shirts of gharars are longer. The string thing are absolutely ridiculous .


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