News By/Courtesy: kriti kaushal | 04 Sep 2020 14:26pm IST

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  • Masaba Gupta
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Masaba Gupta is an Indian fashion designer with their own label called house of masaba born on 2nd November 1988. She is well known for giving creative and artistic names to her each collection. She is an excellent designer and the ethnic sartorial choices are equally noteworthy. She has been basking in the glory of the success from her new Netflix series "masaba masaba" and as much as we all like her effortless screen presence, we also love the way she carries an outfit. The stunning outfit she has been seen wearing on the show is especially the sheer balloon sleeves top with a pearl bralette. Apart from her reel life fashion, her real-life choices are equally mesmerizing and worth admiring but specific mentions and all eyes are to her ethnic choices that are edgy, stylish, sober and elegant all at once. The designer wowed in a green outfit featuring an off-shoulder blouse with golden embroidery styling it out with the pearl choker and the look was pulled together with the kohl-rimmed eyes and a red bindi. In fact, the same outfit was also worn by her mother Neena Gupta.

 

She has always been a fashion star as talking about her other looks. She had posted the picture on Instagram in which she wore a black saree teamed with the lovely blouse. She even revealed how it was made with a shrug and the sari was featured with crushed foil print and was accessorized with a statement choker. The look was brought together with a neat hairdo, a Black bindi coal and pink muted lips. For the Eid celebrations, her outfits were on point as she opted for a simple Kurti which she teamed up with boot cut pyjamas and completed her look by wearing her kitten heels and matching jewellery set in silver. We have also seen her perfect teaming up with her mother as she wore a green saree featuring a gold foil print. It was a very simple outfit but the way the full sleeve blouse was paired with the saree left everyone in awe.

 

This article does not intend to hurt the sentiments of any individual, community, sect, or religion, etcetera. This article is based purely on the author’s personal opinion and views in the exercise of the Fundamental Rights guaranteed under Article 19(1)(A) and other related laws being enforced in India for the time being.

Section Editor: Pushpit Singh | 05 Sep 2020 18:00pm IST


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