Donning ensembles that do not speak of any gender is the latest fashion trend around the globe. From Gul Panag to Brad Pitt, many celebs have opted for gender-neutral ensembles, and we are totally loving this change. Though not a newbie, Lilly Singh has once again hopped on the bandwagon with one of her latest looks.
The YouTuber made a non-conformist fashion choice as she donned a black embroidered closed collar button-down sherwani along with black pyjamas. She looked royal as she accessorised her look with a gold finish turquoise beaded long necklace set, earrings, and rings. Her black leather shoes complemented her outfit.
Opting for a light makeup look, she went for just a blue eyeliner and bindi. Tying her hair in a loose ponytail, she wore oversized black sunglasses to add finishing touches to her look.
Among many others, Priyanka Chopra rightly commented -“Maharaj!!!”.
However, this is not the first time that Lilly experimented with her ethnic sartorial choices. Earlier, while talking about feeling comfortable with“mixing and matching” her clothes, she posted a series of pictures wearing a ‘Taran jacket’ from Anita Dongre, which she paired with bell bottoms.
Trying to normalise wearing a men’s sherwani, she said, “As someone who’s not super feminine, Desi clothes have previously stressed me out. I personally get self-conscious wearing a short top, while pulling up a heavy lehenga. Not to mention, I always get cold! But I’ve always felt obligated to do it anyway.. up until now. Now I’m like, why can’t you mix a “men’s” Sherwani? The answer is, you can.”
Recently, Brad Pitt, too, made a fashion statement as he was spotted on the red carpet wearing a knee-length skirt and jacket for the screening of his film Bullet Train.
Closer home, there is actor Ranveer Singh who has, time and again, promoted gender-neutral fashion with his looks. In the picture, he aced the classic black tuxedo with a half-draped skirt
Gul Panag also posted a series of pictures on Instagram, wherein, she can be seen rocking a bandhgala short sherwani with buttons, along with a matching pair of dark blue churidar pants.