Fashion Face-Off: Who Wore The Saree With A Stylish Twist Better, Tulasi Or Sunanda?
Who wore this saree with a contemporary twist better, amongst popular telly ladies Tulasi Yerra & Sunanda Mala Setti?
Fashion is such an important part of our everyday lives. While we take it seriously, our favourite celebs set new bars. From red carpet looks to between-the-shots poses, they are always surrounded by cameras. Although tedious, they seem to be loving the constant exposure as much as we love seeing them every now and then. In such a scenario, experimenting with fashion has become a new trend. Sometimes, many stars end up taking the same or almost similar fashion dive too. Like this one!
Recently, we spotted Muddha Mandaram fame Sunanda Mala Setti donning a beautiful saree which has an interesting twist. She opted for a velvet long-sleeved blouse with it while the off-white silk saree was tied over black leggings. What caught our attention was the simple waist belt with heart-shaped embellishments on it.
The outfit worn by Sunanda here is put together by Nayva Maroutha. For hair and makeup, Blush Bridal Makeup studios have opted for a nude makeup look and grand messy braid with flowers tucked in her hair. Black stilettos and large jhumkas completed her look.
This avatar that Sunanda is thoroughly rocking happened to remind us of Maate Mantramu fame actor Tulasi Yerra. Earlier, Tulasi happened to don a similar outfit. Take a look.
Tulasi opted for a black bodycon, long-sleeved top as she ditched the same old blouse. She wore a cream coloured cotton saree and paired it with a large waist belt.
For hair, she went ahead with her signature tongs. Her makeup was defined by her bright fuschia-purple lipstick and heavy bronzing. A set of oxidised choker, jhumkas, bangles and cream coloured wedges completed her
We really think that the ladies are here to set new standards for her their contemporaries. But who do you think did it better this time? Let us know below. For now, be sure to find your favourite episodes on ZEE5, before TV.