Hey, there fashionistas, rejoice and raise a toast as our favourite web series Four More Shots Please returns with its brand new second season on April 17, 2020. The show, created by Rangita Pritish Nandy, features Sayani Gupta along with Kirti Kulhari, Maanvi Gagroo, and Bani J as a quartet of friends and follows their relationships, work-life conflicts, ambitions and anxieties in a male-dominated society.
Before these women continue to explore their evolving friendship, ambitions and love life in a brand new season, stylist Aastha Sharma decodes the style and personalities of our fierce and badass ladies.
Giving us a style synopsis of Season 1, Sharma decoded the looks of each character based on their personality. Reflecting on Maanvi a.k.a ‘Siddhi’s’ fun and flamboyant personality, she gave her A-line dresses, bold colours and prints with a whole lot of accessories. Kirti’s ‘Anjana’ is a strong and independent woman with a classic style. Her character opts for elegant dressing for both, day and night look.
Sayani’s ‘Damini’ is a bold, fierce woman who opts for sharply tailored formals and later sex it up for a night out with girls. Bani’s ‘Umang’ is a cool character who loves to play it casual with anti-fit jackets, distressed and loose denim and bold colours. To match Amrita Puri’s quirky ‘Kavya’, Sharma gave her solid colours, graphic prints, braided hair and a small black bindi as her signature styles. She elevated her ‘cool’ look with layering in terms of both clothes and accessories.
“Hello Ladies! As we wait for yet another round of “4 More Shots Please! ” (releasing in 3 days) we thought doing a little throwback on these fabulous ladies’ style and personalities would be a perfect kickstart to the second season.” We all have been through the struggle of never finding the perfect outfit for a friend’s sangeet or engagement. Sarees are something that work well for any Indian function, and they can be worn in multiple ways! With just a change of a blouse you can make a classic saree look sexy and fun! DAMINI - Damini's strong, fierce, yet classic style came through with this custom made sequin,but subtle blouse and georgette printed sari in a pale pink shade. Nude make up, a statement choker and minimal flowers in her hair truly made her shine! UMANG - Keeping it simple with umang was the key. Seeing her in a traditional silk sari would drop jaws for sure! Mustard is a colour that is very well suited for all skin tones and she really poped in it! We kept the blouse simple and in a dark colour to let the sari do all the talking! SIDDHI - don't want to wear a sari? Opt for a light, simple lehengha without too much embroidery to keep it light and comfortable. A one shoulder blouse is very suitable for the Indian bodytype. And the frill factor just made it that much more Siddhi! Ofcourse the pop of the fuchsia pink lip sealed the deal! ANJANA - Isnt Anjana's sheer sari a dream? The sheerness paired with a deep neckline blouse makes it all the more beautiful! The right cut neckline with a sheer blouse can make the entire look! Simply accessorised, we let the sari be the centre of attention! (Something to remember - comfortable shoes. For the long hours of alcohol consumption and unavoidable dancing, and a bindi to add that finishing touch, go a LONG LONG way!!) @4moreshotspls @primevideo.in @Iamkirtikulhari @maanvigagroo @sayanigupta @banij @reannmoradian @wardrobist @pritishnandycommunications #4moreshotsplease #4moreshotspls
Furthermore, Aastha took it to her Instagram and decoded the ethnic ‘Sangeet’ looks of the girls and gave us some major fashion inspiration for the upcoming wedding festivities. Starting with ‘Damini’, Sharma gave her something subtle and sophisticated that matched her strong, fierce yet classic style. This custom-made sequin blouse teamed up with a pale pink georgette drape along with nude makeup, a statement choker and minimal flowers in her hair truly made her shine. For ‘Umang’, Aastha said, keeping it simple was the key. She gave her a silk mustard saree with a sexy black blouse and a statement necklace to make her look ravishing as ever.
With ‘Siddhi’, she gave an alternative to a saree and offered us a fresh light one-shouldered lehenga. That frill-factor surely matched the flamboyant personality of Gagroo’s character. For ‘Anjana’, Sharma relied on subtlety and gave us a sheer embroidered drape that made her look like a dream. The deep neckline blouse accentuated the look of her drape furthermore.
Well, we can’t wait for this new dose of fashion fest to begin. Can you?