What I did like is the styling of Tanu's character that perfectly portrays the 'I don't give a damn!' attitude. The Styling definitely is offbeat and quirky that perfectly complements Tanu's character in the movie.
Predominantly her styling includes - Short kurtis , singlets and short tops with loose baggy salwaars or patiala pants with stoles and scarves. She is also seen wearing lace Sarees with low back blouses and multi-coloured scarves in the beginning portions of the movie. I love the natural tight curly hair and heaps of silver jewellery that adds to her rebellious character in the movie.
- I have worn an old singlet in dull teal colour which I purchased in the year 2008 from Giordano.
- I am wearing my most favourite Dhoti pants in Green and pink from Ishka. It was deliberate on my part to wear shades and hues of one colour. This was to let the silver jewellery be the real hero of the look.
- I added my trusted faux leather jacket and faux leather ankle boots to make this look appropriate for autumn / winter.
- I am wearing a silver choker necklace as a long statement necklace.
- I have worn silver, red and gold bangles along with a silver Rajasthani style kada. I have added an antique dull gold and oxblood ring on the other hand.
- I am wearing a deep green stole again keeping within the colour scheme. Lastly I wore my trusted Raybans to complete the look.
- My hair is naturally curly so it took me 5 mins to achieve the big hair look with some hairspray on scrunged hair.
- The make up is minimal with lots of mascara and kohl and a dull pink lipbalm.
Singlet - Giordano - 2008
Faux leather jacket- Valleygirl- 2010
Dhoti Pants- Ishka- 2012
Raybans - 2014
Ankle boots - Rivers - 2015
Silver necklace and kada- Vile Parle East market- Mumbai
Red and gold bangles - Various - Mumbai
Silver bangles - Janpath Delhi - 2014
Ring - Equip- 2012
Photography - Ankit Mehan
Kurta/ Tunic and Patiala Salwaars