Emma Roberts’ lehenga-inspired bandeau and skirt is straight out of a fairy tale

You wouldn’t believe the stunning ensemble Hollywood actress Emma Roberts chose when she gave Architectural Digest a tour of her lavish home in Los Angeles, USA. The actress turned heads with her bandeau, cardigan and skirt combination that made it look like she had stepped out of a fairytale.

Emma’s stunning ensemble consisted of a bandeau and skirt from famed Italian fashion designer Giambattista Valli’s Spring 2024 collection. The A-line silhouette skirt was carefully embellished with intricate gold details, adding extra allure to her overall look. She combined the skirt with a nude-colored bandeau. Over the bandeau, she wore a sheer sweater vest from luxury clothing brand Brunello Cucinelli, with a patterned bodice that perfectly matched the intricate details of her skirt. The actress’ overall attire carried an essence of the Indian lehenga style, blending modernity with traditional elegance.

Wearing such a stunning outfit, Emma embraced a minimalist approach to accessories. She opted for a layered neckpiece and statement ring from jewelry brand Ben Shoppe, allowing her majestic attire to take center stage.

Her makeup was understated yet subtle, with a flawless base complemented by a nude eyeshadow, contoured cheeks and a nude lip color. Emma’s blonde locks fell perfectly over her shoulders and neck, styled in soft, loose curls, adding a touch of glamor to her overall look.

Emma recently bought a lavish $3.6 million home in Los Angeles. “The house is like a womb,” the actress told Architectural Digest.

She lives in the house with her 3-year-old son Rhodes, from her previous relationship with Garrett Hedlund. To update the interior, Roberts enlisted the expertise of Louisa Pierce and Emily Ward from renowned AD100 company Pierce & Ward to renovate the interior.

“I didn’t always have that – I think I lived in ten houses by the time I was 15 – so now that I have a son, I wanted a place that really felt like ours,” she added.

Shreeja Bhattacharya

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first print: Apr 21, 2024 09:17 IST