Bollywood actor Tara Sutaria has gained numerous hearts with her acting mastery and now, the diva recently turned heads on the cover of leading bridal magazine Brides. The Student Of The Year 2 actor is dressed up in exquisite traditional jewelry. Her flowy luscious brown tresses open in soft waves, dewy glowy makeup, and minimal bindi finalized the imperial look.
If there’s someone who manages to pull off anything she wears, it has to be Tara Sutaria. On the red carpet, to occasions, or even when she’s jogging errands and is dressed down, she gives us fashion goals. From biker shorts to lehengas and sarees, the actress manages to pull off every look with ease and even look elegant in them.
For a recent photo session, Tara was styled by celebrity stylist Meagan Concessio. She picked out a blush, pastel pink lehenga from Anita Dongre’s bridal couture line. The elegant pink number bore detailed botanical prints all over and loads of silver magnified details on it. She styled this with a matching pink blouse that featured a plunging neckline. Keeping it unique, her stylist draped the sheer dupatta over Tara’s shoulders at the back giving it a cape-like look.
Heavy diamond and emerald jewellery by Hazoorilal legacy Jewellers ensured Tara looked like a princess. We are crushing hard on her statement necklace with emeralds, that she styled with matching earrings and a maang tikka.
For her makeup, Tara kept it modest and elegant with just the right amount of blush to highlight her cheeks, highlighter to add a dash of glam, neutral complexion lips and went heavy on her eyes with eyelash extensions, smokey lids and filled-in brows. Her hair was pulled back from her face into a loose bun and held together with pretty pink flowers.
Whereas on the professional front, she recently packed up the final filming of her forthcoming movie, Tadap, co-starring Ahan Shetty. She has also been roped in for Tiger Shroff starrer Heropanti 2 along with Ek Villain Returns also starring Aditya Roy Kapur, John Abraham and Disha Patani in the lead.