Exclusively through the eyes of stylist Ami Patel: Tara Sutaria’s ethnic promotional looks with a ‘Gen Z’ touch had us screaming ‘Marjaavaan’!


Tara Sutaria is a no new name to the fashion fraternity thanks to her eclectic taste in fashion. From a spunky, glamorous student on the block in SOTY2 to a gorgeous Indian girl in Marjaavaan, Sutaria and her style picks have come a really long way! Be it in films or their promotions, Tara's style files are worth bookmarking!

With her upcoming film Marjaavaan all set to hit the theatre on November 15, this beaut has been serving some juicy looks to sink our teeth into.

PeepingMoon.com got in touch with Tara’s style curator Ami Patel, who gave us EXCLUSIVE insights into her promotional style file. Owing to her character of a mute Kashmiri girl Zoya, who adorns lovely Indian attires, Ami’s idea was to create outfits having an Indian origin but with a ‘Gen Z’ twist!

Take a look at Tara's sassy style file for  Marjaavaan promotions which every millennial 20-something girls can relate to:


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This floral, flirty, feminine and fun look from Picchika hit us right in the feels. Ami explained show she took chiffon, hand-painted ensemble and turned it into a flowy lehenga skirt. We absolutely loved how her dupatta has been placed as a knotted scarf on her wrists! That braided wavy hairdo and a subtle glam with nude lips accentuated the look of her outfit.


This Rajasthani inspired look surely blends tradition with trend. Ami paired this embellished mini skirt from Asos with a subtle pink tank top from Top Shop for Tara. Holographic heels from Public Desire accentuated her Indo western look.


Continuing the spunky affair with traditional silhouettes, Ami curated another fun look in an ikkat print to look forward to. This village belle skirt with the balloon sleeved wrap crop from Verb looked refreshing on Ami's muse. Silver accessories from Minerali and Sangeeta Boochra complemented her attire.

Ami created this look taking the Indian and western elements and turning them into something fun and aesthetically pleasing to wear. We totally get you!


When sustainability meets fashion! This custo-made limited edition jacket by Gopi Vaid has been 'recycled' from the leftover material at the designer’s office! Well, creativity can birth some fun collaboration, with the right approach to promote sustainable fashion. 

Ami paired this printed, buttoned-down jacket with denim shorts and sport sneaks. The custom gold hoops from Aditi Amin, muted glam and a spunky wavy hairdo, added a dash of glamour to her look.


Another fun, breezy attire to make our day! Tara looked like a breath of fresh air in this nude tank top from Theory teamed up with a bright floral lehenga skirt from Siddhartha Bansal. A silver tasselled necklace from Minerali added a spunky element to her attire.


For Tara’s Radio trials, Ami styled a skort look from Devrnil, which she paired with a neon crop top and a light, chiffon cape from the designer’s collection. Pink neon pumps from Public Desire rounded off her look. Though it’s a complete western look, it is backed by beautiful Indian fabrics that makes this creation a fun silhouette!


Tara looked surreal in this intricately detailed Punit Balana number. Ami paired her ethnic number with a pair of dazzling danglers from Hazoorilal Legacy Jewellers. Muted glam, shimmery eyes and minuscule bindi gave justice to her beauty. Those soft romantic curls rounded of her look.

In Ami's words, 'It was fun curating all these looks as it was something that they haven’t done before and who better than Gen-Z girl Tara to play the muse!"

Well, one thing we definitely know - It's time recreate these amazing Indo-western looks sported by this beauty!

(Source: PeepingMoon)