Mahua Moitra looks classy in her hand-woven saree in contrasting colors on the cover of the magazine
Trinamool Congresswoman Mahua Moitra has often drawn attention with her impassioned speeches. She has now graced the cover of the latest anniversary issue of Harper’s Bazaar India.
The 46-year-old looked elegant in a hand-woven silk Payal Khandwala saree, quite different from the outfits she’s usually seen in. Perfectly draped, the indigo and magenta saree featured stripes “woven with silver metallic thread and also subtly color blocking,” as mentioned on the designer’s website.
“This sari is hand-woven by skilled artisans on our looms in West Bengal,” he added. It was normal for Moitra to invoke his roots through his attire.
The sari was paired with a striped silver silk blouse with elbow-length sleeves. With minimal makeup and a red bindi, Moitra sported sleek hair. Overall, the look complimented her personality quite well. She wore no accessories, keeping a simple yet gorgeous look.
The sari costs Rs 26,800 on the website of the fashion designer.
Speaking of his speeches, Mahua told the magazine, “I will continue to say what I think… this is who I am. I am very fortunate to be able to be heard by hundreds of millions of people, and I must, must, must, stand up and talk about what I believe to be the truth and what I feel the urgent need to time. It is extremely important to me. “
In another look, she is seen in a pink silk saree with a blue trim, paired with a high neck blouse. Once again, she ditched the props.
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