Jacqueline Fernandez has a fine taste in fashion. Be it western or traditional, she knows how to carry herself with confidence and elegance!
By Ankita Mukherjee
Jacqueline wore a Anita Dongre lehenga that was embroidered with red, pink floral motifs and paired it with a embroidered blouse. She completed the look with loose curls, subtle makeup and red lips.
The actress dazzled in Falguni and Shane Peacock co-ordinated embellished, floral embroidered lehenga. But the puffed-ruffle blouse and cape are the show stealer. She completed with a shiny makeup.
Jacqueline donned a white sequinned and golden 'zari' embroidered lehenga designed by Manish Malhotra, and looked ethereal. She completed her look with a statement 'maang teeka' and red pout!
The actress draped a Tarun Tahiliani cream coloured embroidered saree at Deepika-Ranveer's wedding. But, show stealer was the statement blouse. She completed her look with pearl drops and red lips.
In Sonam-Anand's wedding, Jacky wore a gorgeous white embellished saree designed by Manish Malhotra and paired it with a matching bralette. She left her hair open and kept her makeup minimal.
Jacqueline loves to wear sarees. In this black and golden saree that she had paired with gold jewellery set looked regal. She completed the look with smokey eyes, nude lips and a sleek bun.
It's only Jacqueline who can break the monotony with monochrome. She paired the white lacy saree from Rose Room with a white sleeveless lacy blouse and paired with emerald jewellery.
Jacqueline appeared in 'The Kapil Sharma Show' wearing the beautiful black lehenga imprinted with multi-coloured floral motifs designed by Rohit Bal. She completed her look with a statement neckpiece.
Jacqueline draped a classy red and golden Banarasi saree designed by Manish Malhotra and paired it with a pair of chunky earrings. She completed the look with smokey eyes and pink matte lips.
The actress donned a peachy-white embroidered lehenga with blouson blouse designed by Falguni and Shane Peacock and paired it with a statement neckpiece and 'maang teeka'.