Flashback Friday: Vaani Kapoor to Sara Ali Khan, big names put their best design foot forward

B-Town divas never neglect to settle on heads turn with their fashion decisions. From ethnic and western gatherings to exploratory racy outfits, they don’t avoid attempting fluctuated clothing styles. This week was the same as entertainers like Vaani Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan, Disha Patani and others brought their design A-game forward.

Vaani Kapoor looked totally fabulous in a cut-out, suggestive white dress that had silver chain enumerating around the neck area. She kept her hair open and selected a muffled cosmetics look. For embellishments, she wore stout gold circle studs. The entertainer went to Peter Dundas’ show at the Paris Design Week wearing this thinking for even a moment to white clothing.

Sara Ali Khan shook a daylight yellow monochromatic look. The entertainer wore a yellow girdle style crop top alongside a matching yellow skirt that had a cut at the back. For cosmetics, she picked smokey eyes and an earthy colored lip shine. For frill, she went for a thick gold arm band and mathematical style gold and silver rings.

Kajol looked rich in a white organza sari cooperated with a cream-hued silk pullover. With a red bindi embellishing her face, she kept her cosmetics normal with kohled eyes. The diva wore insignificant frill and finished the look with stout cream-hued shoes.

Intending to go on an ocean side vacay? Take style motivation from Shanaya Kapoor. The celebrity entertainer wore a knit yellow tank top with violet specifying and bright pink shorts to invest energy by the ocean. She kept her hair open, and let the outfit do all that talking.

Nora Fatehi got the spotlight in a Balmain outfit — a highly contrasting games bra with the brand’s monogram plan done with a hurdle in the center. She styled it with a matching harvest coat and leggings. The entertainer artist finished the look with dark boots, scarcely there cosmetics look and open straight hair with a center splitting.

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