Ever since she made her Bollywood debut in 2012, Aditi Rao Hydari’s style has been exceedingly relatable and free-spirited. Whether she is walking the red carpet, catching a flight or simply running errands in the city, more often than the actor is spotted relying on embroidered dresses, designer jackets, kaftans, beaded bracelets and sling bags. While her off-duty and going out closet is bursting with designer ensembles, she doesn’t believe in compromising on functionality for the sake of statement-making numbers.
Keeping the bohemian quotient intact, the actor is seen favouring Indian designers including Payal Pratap Sigh, Pratima Pandey, Payal Khandwala and Ritu Kumar. Scroll down to take a closer look at all the style lessons we have learnt from her.
Belt it up
Flowy dresses and beautiful floral prints are a go-to for the actor. She makes the looks her own by throwing on a structured belt, proving that when dealing with volumes of fabric proportions are key.
Opt for statement jewellery
Statement jewellery should be the modern woman’s go-to arsenal when it comes to reinventing a silhouette—this can be anything from a maxi dress, blouse to a sari and a lehenga. No matter what the occasion is, she is always seen banking upon a pair of silver earrings, necklace and bangles. The Wazir star likes to wear it all together, but you can always take the minimal route and opt for a pair of silver earrings or just a choker.
Mixing and matching wardrobe staples
Aditi Rao Hydari is not the one to shy away from experimenting with her sartorial picks. Case in point: for an event in Mumbai the Padmavaat star ditched the blouse and wore a knotted shirt with her purple Ridhi Mehra lehenga skirt.
Co-ord sets for the win
When it comes to her off-duty choices co-ord sets always manage to win her vote. From wearing printed numbers by Hament & Nandita to supporting smaller labels like, Cord the actor is seen in various iterations.
Embroidery promises timeless elegance
Bol hued ensembles and quirky prints make for interesting picks, but there is something about interesting Indian embroideries and craft work that personifies grace. Every now and then, the actor is seen favouring intricate work. For instance, take the black Nachiket Barve anarkali she wore for the Ganpati celebrations showcased pink florals that elevated her outfit or the ivory Vipul Shah jacket that came with mirror work all over. Scroll down to take a closer peek at her bohemian style.