Dia Mirza is known for her simple yet chic style statement. Mostly seen wearing stylish dresses and gowns; the actress also loves dressing in Indian ethnic wear attire especially Indian sarees. Dia is a versatile dresser and well-turned out at most times. Whether she wears Indian or Western outfits, she carries them all off with aplomb and élan. She can look sexy and she can also look pretty and cute. It’s impossible not to like her. She believes in being classy rather than trendy. And if it’s trendy, it has to be comfortable! Be it’s her ensemble of Indian sarees, or classic Indian jewellery.
Her wardrobe is saturated with shades of pretty pastels. You’ve seen her various award functions, red carpets and wedding ceremonies; she manages to grab the limelight every single time. Her innocent smile, girl next door image and the graceful personality adds on to her complete image which distinguishes this former Asia Pacific from other beauties. She is one of the actresses known for her impeccable style statement more than her movies. Her wardrobe is filled with designer Indian saris which are quintessentially high on Indian elements.
Dia made everyone speechless with her looks when she flaunted an ivory georgette saree with golden thread weave design at IIFA 2012. Her choker necklace with emeralds and careless side swept pony made her look regal. She looked a head turner in Gaurav Gupta’s black designer Indian sari gown which she flaunted at the Filmfare award function. The attached lace sleeveless blouse escalated the oomph factor to a different level all together.
She knows how to keep it subtle yet glamorous. Her beautiful orange and pink designer embroidery half saree with sequins, mirror and tri color border work paired with designer embroidered short sleeves Indian saree blouse with round neck pattern at Genelia and Ritesh’s Sangeet ceremony looked truly traditional. Though she loves to call her style statement as girly-chic, the actress has an inclination towards classic and elegant style when it comes to her treasure box of jewelry. Diamonds, uncut diamonds, polka, kundan or any vintage jewelry are some of the designs which she can fall in love again and again.
Dia Mirza prefers veteran designer Ritu Kumar for her ethnic attire, while she has always been selective about her designers; whether it’s Gaurav Gupta, Manish Malhota, Sabyasachi or Anamika Khanna. For her first produced movie Love Break Up Zindagi, the actress had roped in Ritu Kumar for designing the clothes for the movie. Talking about her movies, Dia Mirza’s first Bengali movie Paanch Adhyay starring Priyanshu Chatterjee and Soumitra Chatterjee has been selected for the Mumbai Film Festival. The actress is quite excited about the same.
Apart from the wide range of online sarees sold on e-commerce websites, jewellery assortments in various designs are also becoming wide famous. Today online fashion websites are selling special Indian sarees online, popularly categorized as Dia Mirza statement ensembles.
Source by Hemant Jain