Bhumi looks absolutely stellar in this ensemble, doesn’t she? (Images: Instagram)
Bhumi’s ensemble combines the Gen-Z-approved style trend with the timeless form-fitting silhouette.
Bhumi Pednekar has been making waves in the fashion world with her bold and daring looks. The actress is unafraid to take fashion risks and her unique sense of style seamlessly combines vintage glamour with contemporary trends. What sets her apart is her ability to effortlessly carry off every style statement with grace. The actress recently attended Neha Dhupia’s housewarming bash in Mumbai last night. She was spotted wearing a stunning outfit consisting of a bustier and high-waist skirt, inspiring how to make a statement in a captivating party ensemble.
Her grey strapless bustier from Zara boasted a sweetheart neckline, front button closures cascading down the torso, and a snug fit. She paired the top with a black maxi floor-length skirt adorned with a back slit, a high-rise waist, and a floor-length hem. However, what drew the attention of netizens was the way she styled the bustier. Bhumi wore it unbuttoned, leaving only the top button fastened. Completing her ensemble, she added high heels, gold earrings, statement rings, a black handbag, centre-parted flowing locks, and subtle makeup.
To recreate the look, simply opt for any strapless top and pair it with a high-waist skirt.
This isn’t the first instance where Bhumi has dazzled in a bustier. Previously, at an event, Bhumi wowed in a maroon ensemble with a unique twist. The top half of her outfit showcased a structured corset-like bodice, accentuating her toned abs beautifully. This bodice was paired with a coordinating maroon skirt. Bhumi kept her accessories minimal, letting the outfit take centre stage. She also opted for a bold makeup look, which turned heads on the red carpet.
In another striking ensemble, Bhumi opted for a corset blouse with a plunging neckline, under-the-bust cut-outs, structured boning, halter-neck noodle straps criss-crossed on the back, an asymmetric cropped hem length, and a figure-hugging fit that embraced her curvaceous frame. Bhumi paired the corset blouse with a matching pinstripe maxi skirt featuring a high-rise waistline, buckle closure on the front, patch pockets, a back slit, and a form-fitting silhouette. She accessorised the look with black pointed high heels, a silver chrome top-handle mini bag, a delicate chain, shimmering ear studs, and statement rings.
What are your thoughts on Bhumi’s look? Is this the style you’ve been searching for to wear this Valentine’s Day?
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