Katrina Kaif's Simple Yet Gorgeous Pink Salwar Suit Is A Tad Bit Special For THIS Reason

Katrina was recently spotted at the airport slaying in a simple salwar kameez. Simple salwar kameez which Katrina wore might look regular but there's a reason why it is so special. Here's why...

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Katrina Kaif's Simple Yet Gorgeous Pink Salwar Suit Is A Tad Bit Special For THIS Reason
With the buzzword being sustainable fashion, its clear as crystal that it is the need of the hour as we take a step towards environment friendly initiatives. Adding more weightage to the issue is also our Bollywood divas like Katrina Kaif, who recently showed us how to keep the glamorous style statement up and stay tuned with elegant fashion in a salwar suit that featured a vibrant pink hue, or a rani pink. 

Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif among the best dressed actresses in b-town, whether it's about her chic dresses or red carpet killing looks, the diva never fails to surprise audience with her sartorial choices. And, again the actress has surprised us with gorgeous salwar kameez looks which is unmissable for a special reason.

Katrina was recently spotted at the airport alaying in a simple salwar kameez. Simple salwar kameez which katrina wore might look regular but there's a reason why it is so special. Here's why...


The pink suit katrina wore was designed by ace designer Anita Dongre. It features gota patti work along with colourful thread work and what makes it rather unique is the fact that the garment was designed in association with SEWA (Self Employed Women’s Association) to keep alive the intricate craft of hand-embroidery and thus empowering every village to become a self-sustaining unit.

36-year-old actress accessorised the simple yet elegant salwar kameez with mojaris and sunnies, at the same it was styled by celebrity stylist Ami Patel. 



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