3 Bollywood Celeb Style Staples

Following their sartorial steps through the years, we’ve learnt the one big rule that fashionistas swear by – consistency. We decode the signature style of 3 celebrities to unveil the basics that you need to look like an A-lister everyday.

Karisma Kapoor – The White Shirt

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The older Kapoor sister is renowned in B-town for her love for tailored white shirts. She’s often spotted in the classic blue denims and white shirt combo, transforming the look entirely at night with sharp, black trousers or printed lowers. This foolproof combination demands that you pick a shirt in the right cut and fit, with special attention on the collar, cuff and lapels. Unique details like ruffles can add that extra touch to your outfit, making it unnecessary to  accessorize. Avoid picking a shirt that’s too tightly fit as it highlights your flaws when you sit down.

Deepika Padukone – Ripped Jeans

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A firm believer of the normcore trend, Padukone’s personal style has come to be defined by her love for ripped jeans. Whether she’s in transit, at a casual do or just out and about, it’s evident that her go-to item are her distressed denims which go equally well with pumps and sneakers. Get easy airport-style in a white tank and leather jacket or a simple oversized tee. Take the look from day to night by switching to a tailored blazer or a statement cape jacket. Complete the look with brogues for the day and heels for the night.

Alia Bhatt – Sneakers

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The effervescent Alia Bhatt has a style much suited to her persona – fresh and vibrant. She’s an avid lover of bright colours and pop-prints, but the one staple that she’s recurringly seen in are her sneakers. Whether she’s on the red carpet in a jewel toned shift, or just on the streets in her favourite trainers, she proves you can instantly dress up any outfit with the right shoes. Pair sneakers with shorts or jeans and a slogan tee for a day out shopping. For a night look you can pair a cute mini-dress with high-tops.

 


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Story by: Garima Verma

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