"Yes I am instinctive and effortless with the choices I make... more than subtle," Aditi told IANS in a statement when asked if she likes to keep her fashion game subtle yet glamorous.
"I like to be at ease and a natural even if I'm wearing an elaborate Indian outfit with a lot of jewellery or a voluminous gown. I want it to look like I woke up like that... I let my choices be guided by the person I am and the kind of people who inspire me," she added.
Aditi was in the Capital to launch designer Abhinav Mishra's latest fall 2018 collection "Phiroza"- that was an amalgamation of heritage and contemporary fashion, reflecting the designer's mission to create clothes for the young globally inclined Indian women, who are in tune with the international sensibilities of fashion and style while being honest to their own ethnic aesthetics.
The actress looked like royalty in a creation by the designer. The outfit was named Mehrunissa after her character in Padmaavat.
The actress, who impressed all with her performance as Mehrunissa in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's epic drama, is currently shooting Mani Ratnam's next film along with a film set in space directed by Sankalp Reddy.