Fashion Friday: Actress Jacqueline Fernandez turns into a Malayali manka! See the pictures here!

Mollywood’s favourite fashion designer Poornima Indrajith shares pictures of Bollywood beauty Jacqueline Fernandez’s Malayali makeover. Don’t miss it!

Tom Francis

August 14, 2020

Entertainment

3 min

zeekeralam

Even with all the quirky fashion trends out there, when it comes to traditional wear, Malayalis always prefer the Kerala Kasavu over anything. The elegant traditional Kerala style makes women look their best with the classy Kasavu bordered sarees. Mollywood’s favourite fashion designer and actress Poornima Indrajith recently shared a picture with Bollywood beauty Jacqueline Fernandez on her social media feed that is viral on the internet now. Jacqueline Fernandez is looking like a Malayali Manka wearing the traditional Kasavu saree style from Kerala.

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The throwback picture from Poornima Indrajith features actress Jacqueline Fernandez’ show-stopper saree from when she attended south Indian superstar Asin’s celebrity wedding. Poornima shares her love for the design in the captions and also thanks Jacqueline for accepting such homegrown designs.

Here are the pictures shared by Poornima Indrajith featuring Jacqueline Fernandez looking like a beautiful Malayali Manka!

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#Repost @poornimaindrajith ・・・ What makes each garment unique is the heartwarming story behind the weaves and the drapes. Knowing @jacquelinef143 ’s love for anything traditional, and her desire for exquisite bridal wear, this particular design was one of the very first bridal designs done by me in handloom for @poornimaindrajith and hence holds an extremely precious space in my heart and my design journey. I have always felt that there is this endearing charm about hand woven, an unparalleled personal touch that it carries in its soul, which can aesthetically reflect your personal style and accentuate your unique styles. Sometimes what makes the whole styling process memorable is the way it fills your soul and the way it reflects the fulfilling bond we share. Jacqueline being the absolute charmer that she is, chose to carry these weaves of handwoven legacy even to the after party of @simply.asin ‘s wedding festivities. Such a priceless memory to look back to✨ Thank you @shaanmu for the wonderful opportunities you have given me and @jacquelinef143 for all those fun moments ♥️ #THROWBACK #handloomday #handloom #iwearhandloom #savetheloom #pranaah #pranaahbypoornimaindrajith #friendsupportingfriends

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Doesn’t Jacqueline look like a true Malayali in these pictures?

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HANDLOOM IN GRACE ! What makes each garment unique is the heartwarming story behind the weaves and the drapes. Knowing @jacquelinef143 ’s love for anything traditional, and her desire for exquisite bridal wear, this particular design was one of the very first bridal designs done in handloom by Pranaah and hence holds an extremely precious space in my heart and my design journey. I have always felt that there is this endearing charm about hand woven, an unparalleled personal touch that it carries in its soul, which can aesthetically reflect your personal style and accentuate your unique styles. Sometimes what makes the whole styling process memorable is the way it fills your soul and the way it reflects the fulfilling bond we share. Jacqueline being the absolute charmer that she is, chose to carry these weaves of handwoven legacy even to the after party of @simply.asin ‘s wedding festivities. Such a priceless memory to look back to✨ As we celebrate National Handloom Day, this August 7th, we wish to take you along with us on a meaningful journey through our most popular handloom garments that we have done over the years. Let’s acknowledge, honor and celebrate the legacy, heritage and awe inspiring stories behind each piece of hand woven garments. Let’s rethink fashion 💫 Love, Poornima Indrajith For details : Website:pranaah.com WhatsApp: 9847216666 Mail us :mail@pranaah.com #NationalHandloomday#August7 #pranaahhandlooms#savetheloom #handloomisasyoungasyou #handloommonth #pranaahhandsthatcreate#handloom #keralahandloom #handmadewithlove #handwoven #handloom #handloomofindia #handloom#handloomsbypranaah

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Poornima also tells her fans in the caption that the style worn by Jacqueline is one of her all-time favourites for the legacy it holds. Poornima writes in the captions that:

I have always felt that there is this endearing charm about handwoven, an unparalleled personal touch that it carries in its soul, which can aesthetically reflect your personal style and accentuate your unique styles. Sometimes what makes the whole styling process memorable is the way it fills your soul and the way it reflects the fulfilling bond we share.”

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HANDLOOM IN GRACE ! What makes each garment unique is the heartwarming story behind the weaves and the drapes. Knowing @jacquelinef143 ’s love for anything traditional, and her desire for exquisite bridal wear, this particular design was one of the very first bridal designs done in handloom by Pranaah and hence holds an extremely precious space in my heart and my design journey. I have always felt that there is this endearing charm about hand woven, an unparalleled personal touch that it carries in its soul, which can aesthetically reflect your personal style and accentuate your unique styles. Sometimes what makes the whole styling process memorable is the way it fills your soul and the way it reflects the fulfilling bond we share. Jacqueline being the absolute charmer that she is, chose to carry these weaves of handwoven legacy even to the after party of @simply.asin ‘s wedding festivities. Such a priceless memory to look back to✨ As we celebrate National Handloom Day, this August 7th, we wish to take you along with us on a meaningful journey through our most popular handloom garments that we have done over the years. Let’s acknowledge, honor and celebrate the legacy, heritage and awe inspiring stories behind each piece of hand woven garments. Let’s rethink fashion 💫 Love, Poornima Indrajith For details : Website:pranaah.com WhatsApp: 9847216666 Mail us :mail@pranaah.com #NationalHandloomday#August7 #pranaahhandlooms#savetheloom #handloomisasyoungasyou #handloommonth #pranaahhandsthatcreate#handloom #keralahandloom #handmadewithlove #handwoven #handloom #handloomofindia #handloom#handloomsbypranaah

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Poornima Indrajith started her career in the industry as a TV anchor popular for hosting several family shows. She has also starred in mega serial hits like Oomakkuyil and Venalmazha. Poornima appeared in award-winning movies like Meghamalhar, Valliettan and Randam Bhavam.

Poornima is married to popular film actor Indrajith Sukumaran and continues to work in movies as a fashion designer. She has been a part of several hit films as a costume designer and is also the personal stylist of industry’s A-listers.

Which was your favourite style moment from Poornima Indrajith? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

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