Have you seen Amazon Prime Video’s Made in Heaven yet? If you have, I bet that you are as in love with Sobhita Dhulipala’s fashion as I am, because it is equal parts gorgeous and practical. To immortalise the goodness, I spent HOURS creating these photos to encapsulate the best of Tara’s wardrobe. Feel free to bookmark for your next shopping trip. And if re-using, don’t forget to credit them to Cherry Cross.
With logistics out of the way, let’s jump right in! Presenting best of Tara Khanna (aka Sobhita Dhulipala) wardrobe for your indulgence:
A sunny yellow blazer with striped culottes, stilettos and a tote. This is how you do a saree for a cocktail party. A cotton saree with a straight collar blouse. A timeless combination – red and gold. Tuscany printed shirt, tucked into a straight grey skirt. Breezy dusty pink palazzos with casual grey shirt. Chic and understated. Denim on denim is more of an attitude than fashion. But throw in some solid accessories and you have got yourself a look for Vogue. Flared sleeves with ruffles, attached to a printed silk shirt, over block print skirt. Yes, please. In case you wanted a hack to introduce the colour of 2019, coral, into your wardrobe, here you go. Pulled back hair with statement earrings were Tara Khanna’s favourite. and mine too. A thigh high slit with a cinched waist to lend it a scintillating silhouette. Grey works equally well with mustard jacquard as with rose pink silk. Banarasi saree, with stacked Gerbera Daisies. Office appropriate. Untie hair and slap on some vampy lip colour for evening appropriate spin. A royal blue, collared shirt with floor length, princess skirt in mustard jacquard. And those jhumkis! Bun it up with some diamond studs. This blow dry sums up her journey from rags to riches. If you can’t decide what to do, just tuck it in. Outward stitch on culottes to make them even more interesting. Devil is in the details after all! A utilitarian shirt with strips and a trim, saved by gold statement floral earrings. Not every floral is made equal. Pant suit at a wedding – just add a bejewelled choker. And make sure the suit is silk and vibrant. Shirt should fall too far away from the skirt. Keep it in the colour family. That box clutch is calling my name. No, it’s screaming my name. When Jodha Akbar meets Manikarnika. Powerful. A coat can make or break an outfit. This is why I do not take mine off at movies. It’s not an additional layer; it is the outfit. Chic = one colour family My favourite look from the entire season! Red saree, bangles and lips, with a statement kundan necklace. Mic drop.