Manushi Chillar, the latest name in the list of Indians to be crowned Miss World is seen at Hotel St.Regis, Mumbai at a felicitation ceremony organized in her favor after she won the Miss World crown and she is looking absolutely gorgeous in this stunningly beautiful Anarkali suit in light beige and green. An Anarkali dress is hot favorite among North Indian girls and here, Manushi is looking simply outstanding in this designer collection that is certainly a ‘headturner’. The simple elegance and ravishing beauty of Manushi is enhanced by this classic Indian outfit which is beautifully hand embroidered in sequins, mirrors, gotta patch and lacework. This Anarkali dress catches the attention of all traditional fashion lovers who prefers ethnic wear rather than Westerns and contemporary outfits, that has become monotonous and boring. Manushi Chillar is the latest heartthrob in India and it is her dressing sense that is inspiring all fashionistas as well as designers who are always looking for new content.
This traditional outfit that she is wearing is a brilliant example of class and craftsmanship as the beautiful sequin embellishments around the neckline, around the midriff portion and on the sleeves, apart from the gotta patch and applique thread work; looks sublime. The bottle green netted cape or dupatta too has beautiful brocade, lacework and sequin embroidery that calls for attention. The lower portion of the Anarkali has occasional mirror embroidery which is in sharp contrast to the netted upper half, that has intricate embellishment patterns and thread work which looks stunning. The fashion jewelry that she is wearing, goes on to compliment this Anarkali salwar kameez that is class redefined and beauty par excellence, as the soothing Beige color and the ornate craftsmanship on raw silk, add to the overall effect. This outfit that Manushi is wearing can outclass any other traditional fashion wear on any given day and this is what a designer Anarkali can do to transform your style and overall appeal, to a new high.