Shivangi Joshi, aka Naira from Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, is an absolute fashion queen and her traditional fashion game is totally on point.

Shivangi Joshi’s love for ethnic wear knows no bounds and here’s proof

Shivangi Joshi is a gorgeous Indian television actress who is currently seen on the Star Plus Television series, Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai playing the character of sweet and adorable daughter-in-law Naira. She is one of the most loved actresses in her field and has a huge supporting fan base that is all too happy to simply see glimpses of her on the social media as well. She has received success at a very young age and that’s really impressive.

Shivangi is much active on her Instagram handle and going through her profile made us realize her love for ethnic dresses and traditional wear, and she even looks absolutely stunning and incredibly beautiful in those dresses. Shivangi is a hundred percent desi girl and we would like to see more actresses in Indo-Ethnic dresses. Her love for ethnic dresses, especially lehengas, is quite evident from her social media profiles. She is somebody who has already been showing an evolution of the traditional wears and how to amp them up to make tradition meet western, in the most fab way possible.

Here are some pictures of Shivangi’s Instagram that will give you ideas on how to pull off traditional attires:

Shivangi Joshi's love for ethnic wear knows no bounds and here’s proof

She is shining in this glamour green outfit and the ghagra has us fending for words because it is simply too gorgeous to describe! It’s also admirable to see how she has paired this royal green outfit with a golden dupatta and intricate golden jewelry.

Shivangi Joshi's love for ethnic wear knows no bounds and here’s proof 1

This traditional outfit reminds us of the ethnic Rajasthani and Gujarati dressing style and the lovely colours are bringing out the best in Shivangi Joshi as well.

Shivangi Joshi's love for ethnic wear knows no bounds and here’s proof 2

Isn’t she looking simply flawless in this pink traditional wear? Nothing less than a princess we assume, well, a traditional Indian princess!

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