Anushka Sharma has been making waves in Bollywood with box-office hits under her belt. Not only has she looked amazing on the screen but has also scored brownie point whenever she appeared on the red carpet. ‘Borrow it Bindaas’ gets a behind the scenes look of this charming new face and gives you some tips on how you can style yourself like Anushka.
Anushka who started her career as a model and soon had Bollywood calling for her. She has won a lot of appreciation for her dressing style which is always event appropriate.
Anushka’s style is young and chic which reflects her personality. Her slender frame can carry off any silhouette effortlessly. Anushka’s outfit choices have a lot of colour and structured shape in order to her flaunt hour glass figure. The western outfits are always fitted at the waist line while Indianwear show-off her curves by keeping the waist bare.
Anushka has opted for many different designers when it comes to dressing up for the red carpet. She always turns up to surprise people with her fashion choices whether it is the colour, the fit of the outfit, the accessories or the hair & make-up. She is an absolute stunner on the red carpet.
Anushka always puts a lot of effort behind every red carpet appearance of hers. The hair is always styled well, finest designer wear is selected, the accessories match the outfit perfectly and a board smile to complete her look. She never opts for big prints or heavy embellishments in her outfits.
Jewelry is kept limited to earrings and a bracelet but a party clutch is a must with every outfit that she wears. Strappy stilettoes or pumps are her choice in footwear for any big event. Anushka’s eyes are kept simple with liner & mascara but her lips are kept in brighter hues.
Anushka’s style in her upcoming movie ‘Jab tak hai jaan’ is fun & tomboyish while in ‘Matru ki bijlee ka mandola’ she has combined voluminous skirts with tank tops & cholis. Team BIB awaits to see Anushka’s promotion looks for her upcoming movies and is sure that she will look fabulous like her earlier films.