Huma’s entire look is very traditional. The lehenga has brocade all over it, on the choli and the skirt. Different patterns of brocade have been put together in different directions. The dupatta has floral appliqué on it and the colour palette is also very classic – hot pink, bottle green and gold. She’s draped her dupatta in such a way that the work on it is visible and the borders have interesting details on it.
The outfit was accessorized heavily with a huge kundan necklace and big earrings dangling till her shoulders, a gold hand cuff and a pretty maang tikka with a pearl droplet which we think is perfect for her round face as it makes it look more slender.Her long hair has soft curls and has been pinned to one side neatly. Her makeup includes an electric pink lipstick and half and half golden smoky eyes, with a little bronzer. The entire ensemble was a little too cluttered and the fashion a little too outdated but we think, Huma was perfect for the look because no one else would have been able to carry the attire like she did.