Accessories: We always crush on the stunning jewellery pieces Rasika opts for, especially offbeat chunky, sometimes layered silver accessories. We loved this choker look with matchy ear tops that instantly glammed up her look.
Poise: Unlike her character in Mirzapur, the feisty Beena wearing sindoor, mangalsutra and sari, off the screen, Rasika has rocked the sari with such class and elegance without going overboard with either make-up, jewellery or trying too hard. There is such a serenity in her eyes that instantly mesmerises you. The fact that she doesn’t try too hard is what we love!
Smart silhouttes: If you were told pantsuits are for taller frames, you need to follow Rasika’s fashion game to ace pantsuits with smart cuts that complement the frame. Also, we love how she works monotones that are perfectly balanced with a pop hue, like this shade of crimson puckers. LOVE!
Girl-next-door: One of our fave things about Rasika’s style game is relatability. Throughout the many lockdowns since 2020, she has proved she is just like us — chilling in PJs, spending slumpy Sundays in oversized sweaters, denim and tees or throwing in a cool patchwork denim jacket. Make-up? Nyah. With flawless skin like hers, you don’t need much. Confidence and that smile seals the deal.
Comfort: Fuss-free and easy-breezy can be clearly Rasika’s middle name. The Delhi Crime actress has shown major love for comfortable midi-length outfits — think pleated skirts, flowy cotton dresses and so on. Minimal can be gorgeous is a key essence of her style game. How stunning she looked in this Ka-Sha red dress that she paired with a chunky silver neckpiece and strappy heels.
Mix and match: Rasika’s style has often been about clubbing Indo-western in the coolest way possible. This blue bandhej shirt with a chequered grey asymmetrical skirt by Aapro is a fine example of fusion, which the actress pulled off with elan.