Kareena Kapoor In Manish Malhotra Latest Dresses Designs 2013

Kareena Kapoor Khan attened an award ceremony wearing a beautiful white traditional chikankari saree by her favorite designer Manish Malhotra. Adding some color to the look was her red blouse.Big chand bali earrings and a low bun with gajra finished her look out.



It is a white georgette saree. Gold embellished patch work designs and small embroidered sequins buttes,white thread work all over saree. White printed work through out border. It is paired with red designer sleeveless saree blouse.





Kareena Kapoor announced to be the new brand ambassador of Malabar Gold & Diamonds group. On this event she wore a tremendous traditional Manish Malohtra Lehenga Choli in Maroon on which gold sequins were scattered beautifully, embroidered and kora work done on the bottom of the lehenga complimented with a Velvet sleeveless choli and a long dupatta laced up in gold n maroon with gota and zari balls hanging from the pallu.




A heavily tanned Kareena Kapoor Khan returned from her Maldives vacation to attend the Bharat N Dorris Hair Styling and Make-up Awards.
A black gown by designer Atsu Sekhose formed her look. She kept the whole look minimal with barely there makeup and simple accessories.


4 comments:

Ankur Modi said...

Kareena Kapoor looks pretty in White Chikankari Sarees .... And the earring she chose to wear along with her oh-so-pretty.

Yogendra singh Parmar said...

awesome visit Chikankari Sarees online

ronn said...

Nice collection of ethnic wear ... i really like bridal sarees collections as now days a wedding season going on so definately it will be having a trend

Neha Deshmukh said...

Chikankari sarees manufactured in the city of Nawabs, Lucknow, is one of the most ancient textile decoration styles of the country. Literally meaning embroidery, the art of Chikankari believed to have been introduced by Nur Jehan, mughal emperor Jahangir’s wife who is known to be the inspiration behind monumental Taj Mahal, is an ancient from of white floral embroidery, intricately worked with needle and raw thread.silk sarees

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