Do you remember what Indian participants wore in last 5 years in Miss World National Costume Round. Let’s analyze recent 5 years costumes wore by Indian in Miss Universe National Costume Round.
2017: Shraddha Shashidhar
Shraddha made a touching appearance on the international platform, as she personified Deity Radha. Dressed in a dreamlike lehenga which was designed by Sandeep Khosla and Abu Jani, She was looking heavenly, as the dazzling tones of crimson and sapphire on the outfit presented a celestial distinction. Aside from the prevailing shades of azure and cerise, the lehenga was streaked with a skosh of jade and sallow, which added more effervescence to the appearance.
2016 : Roshmitha Harimurthy
Gorgeous Roshmitha Harimurthy looks spectacular in conventional outfit of Yakshagana. Attire is inspired by historic customary plays form which mingles music and dance with costume. The costume is vibrant, mystical and lively. The costumes incorporate headgear, Kavacha that embellish the chest, armlets to beautify the shoulders, and belts. The costume is made by light wood and painted or foiled.
2015 : Urvashi Rautela
Miss India Urvashi Rautela depicted the appearance of Indian Goddess called ‘Apsara’. Apsara or the “Golden Goddess” mesmerised the global audience as she was looking heavenly in gold ornamented attire. The effort was fit to triumph; however the design and structure of the dress made her look heavier in the lower portion.
2014 : Noyonita Lodh
In 2014 Miss India team did not include the classic lehenga as National costume and planned to innovate something out of conventional Indian dresses. And so in 2014 contestant Noyonita Lodh was selected as the top five finalists in National Costume round. Designer Neeta Lulla designed her costume. The fashion stylists had planned to illustrate a deity in eccentric way and Noyonita was portraying an Indian Goddess in a quirky manner.
2013 : Manasi Moghe
The 23-year-old electronics engineer makes her way to the Top 10 out of 86 competitors from across the globe. The designers incorporated eastern touch this year and thus the attire was inspired by the Gompas of Ladakh, the Himalayan Highlands in Northern part of country. Very important to the survival of Traditional Buddhism, the Gompas are religious fortifications of pedigree, education, and traditional practice. Manasi accurately portrayed the goddess of Ladakh by wearing a dress designed by Monica & Karishma.
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