Cannes 2017: This is Sonam Kapoor’s most loved Cannes red carpet look

The 2017 version of the Cannes film festival is going to begin, and we’ve been numbering the days and, now, hours. It would appear that the Indian big names going to the occasion have been too, passing by their Instagram and other online networking account encourages. All things considered, there is no denying that this year we’re especially anticipating Deepika Pudukone, will’s identity taking to celebrity central after a long break, however taking after a colossally sucessful fashion keep running on the global area. Be that as it may, our general fashionistas – Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Sonam Kapoor – will be there as well, and we’d be keeping tabs of their each progression.

Meanwhile, with Kapoor occupied with propelling her dress image Rheson, alongside big name celebrity stylist and sister Rhea Kapoor in Mumbai, she’s additionally taken the time out to share her most loved Cannes look so far. She shared a photo of hers in the Anamika Khanna sari from 2013, where she’s brandishing that well known pearl nathni. Kapoor subtitled the photo in this way: “Since it’s seven days to me walking down celebrity lane again for Cannes for @lorealparisindia will post some of my most l favourite looks leading up to it! One of my favs in @anamikakhanna.in for the opening service of cannes!”

 

What’s more, we can’t resist the urge to concur with Kapoor’s decision. She had chosen to go the traditional route for the screening of The Great Gatsby that year, matching the amazing sari with a embroidered jacket. What emerged in this look of hers was the pearl nathni which she pulled off incredibly well, and even inspired others to go up against the pattern, perhaps not as effectively however.

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