Alia Bhatt aces her airport look and it’s something you can easily recreatehttps://indianexpress.com/article/lifestyle/fashion/alia-bhatt-latest-airport-look-photos-5442020/

Alia Bhatt aces her airport look and it’s something you can easily recreate

Recently, when Alia Bhatt was leaving for the Kolkata Film Festival, she was seen in basic black track pants from Adidas that she paired with a white T-shirt and a denim jacket by Diesel that read, 'Not cool Anymore'.

Alia Bhatt, Alia Bhatt airport look
Alia Bhatt’s sartorial choices are quite fuss-free. (Source: Varinder Chawla)

When it comes to casual style, Alia Bhatt’s sartorial choices are quite fuss-free and easy to recreate. Be it her floral maxi dresses that she wears during movie rehearsals or her jeans-tee combos, her fashion statement serves as a lovely inspiration to many.

Recently, when she was leaving for the Kolkata Film Festival, the Raazi actor was seen in basic black track pants from Adidas that she paired with a white T-shirt and a denim jacket by Diesel that read, ‘Not cool Anymore’ and a fanny bag.

With hair tied in a Samurai bun, she rounded out the look with kohl eyes and a soft pink lip shade.

Check some of the pictures here.

Alia Bhatt, Alia Bhatt airport look
Alia Bhatt was spotted at Mumbai airport. (Source: Varinder Chawla)

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Alia Bhatt, Alia Bhatt airport look
Alia Bhatt looked chic at the airport. (Source: Varinder Chawla)

While returning from Kolkata, she was accompanied by her dad Mahesh Bhatt. The actor went with a white top-denim combo and layered it with a tan coloured overcoat. A pair of nude sandals completed her look.

Not just her casual looks, she can also turn heads in ethnic wear. While attending the Kolkata Film Festival, Bhatt stunned in a custom-made Sabyasachi creation. Styled by celebrity stylist Ami Patel, the Raazi actor donned a ruby silk mashru kurta that was embroidered with tilla work. This was paired with a velvet gharara and a hand-embroidered organza dupatta. The noodle straps added a modern twist to the ensemble.

Hair neatly tied in a bun, her ensemble was accessorised with gold earrings and a dash of red lipstick.

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