Alia Bhatt's White Pallet Fashion At Berlinale For Gangubai Kathiawadi Premiere

Alia Bhatt's White Pallet Fashion At Berlinale For Gangubai Kathiawadi Premiere
Alia Bhatt's Sanjay Leela Bhansali directorial, Gangubai Kathiawadi is abuzz for all the right reasons. After stunning the viewers with a power- pack trailer and two music tracks the actress continues to make her fans go "wow" with her style and fashion. Observing Alia's Instagram, it is easily noticeable that the actress has kept consistency of Whites. Drawing the reason, it is quite evident that Alia is keeping close to the symbolism of her character 'Gangubai' who is seen wearing white sarees for the most parts. 

Alia surely has the best of styling team by her side (Ami Patel & Team) who has curated perfect looks for her throughout the promotions. What caught our attention is her amazingly gorgeous looks at the Berlin Film Festival, Berlinale. Talking about her 3 looks, the actress strikes perfect balance of contemporary, classic & power dressing. 

Look 1 
(The Dolce & Gabbana Gown & Coat)

Alia Bhatt

For day 1 at Belinale, Alia chose a pristine white Dolce & Gabbana Gown paired with a structured coat.  Keeping up with her whites & flowers detailing, the actress completed her look with side-swept locks decorated with fresh roses, subtle makeup and matte pink lips. Don't miss the cut-out detailing in the gown that adds for a perfect highlight of a drama.

(Ivory Suit)

Alia Bhatt

Actress chose for power-dressing on day 2 at Berlinale.  Donning an Ivory Suit by a Berlin designer, Nobi Talai, the suit was paired with heavy danglers giving the perfect feminine power. The actress is seen in a messy bun and a nude pallet makeup, keeping the look minimalistic.  What also caught our attention is the flared palazzo pants. 

(Ivory Silk Chiffon Saree)

Alia Bhatt

Alia was seen donning a meticulously crafted Ivory Silk Chiffon Saree by our very own Indian designer label 
Rimple and Harpreet. The handcrafted saree featured artworks that were referenced from archival Edwardian and French Lace Shawls. It took a team of 25-30 skilled karigars countless man hours, working through days and nights to get the saree ready for the premier.

The embroideries were meticulously rendered on the delicate base fabric using jaali-work, shadow embroidery, aari work and the scalloped palla was finished off with a hand-knotted silk dori macramé fringe.

Now that's a smart amalgamation of fashion by Ami, who successfully curated three completely different styles by just playing around a singular color pallet, which isn't an easy task to ace.