Actress Keerthi Suresh Shows Us How To Style Our Salwars Right!

Actress Keerthi Suresh Shows Us How To Style Our Salwars Right!

Keerthi Suresh is known for her remarkable acting and her girl next door looks! She always dresses pleasantly and we love her simple and sensible sense in fashion. Here are 12 inspirations from Keerthi Suresh you need to look into before styling your salwar kameez.

The off-white floor-length Anarkali, the mirror worked dupatta, bun with flowers and the jhumka! We love it all. It’s simple yet classy.

“Less is more” and it is true in this ensemble! We love the simple yellow salwar with plain white shawl. It is a timeless look for a classy woman.

The curled tresses, the flowy gown and sheer dupatta and the danglers are all inspirational looks that we would love to imitate!

The chikankari kurta with an embroidered silk dupatta makes her look like an angel in white!

We adore the mirror work kurta, the worked dupatta and the loose parallel pants. We love that she makes a statement with simple but significant clothes.

The raw silk green grey Anarkali is graceful yet makes a stylish outfit for the new age woman.

Keerthi knows how to mix a grand piece of dupatta with a simple long Anarkali. She looks stunning in this ensemble.

The meenakari jewellery goes exceptionally well with the dull green and pink ensemble. The jutis and the accessories also grab our attention in this ensemble.

Keerthi looks like royalty in this monotone brocade ensemble. The oversized flared pants look chic and Keerthi pulls off the look effortlessly.

We love this sassy look which is not only in vogue but also comfortable. Those comfortable parallels and the stunning top make her look sleek and snazzy.

This ensemble is simplicity at its best. The ensemble looks cool and comfortable for a summer day’s outing.

Wouldn’t this emerald green salwar suit make the perfect bridesmaid’s dress for sangeet or reception? We adore it and doesn’t Keerthi look noble?

All the above photographs are sourced from Instagram/Pinterest