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Aparshakti Khurana trying to pull a Harry Styles? See pics

We love how Khurana has blurred the lines with this ensemble -- clearly a take on androgynous fashion

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: January 4, 2021 3:31:36 pm
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If you have been following actor Aparshakti Khurana, you would know his fashion game is pretty easy-going. The actor and television host likes to keep it colourful in sharply-tailored fits. But recently, he shared some photos of himself in frills, and the results are mind-blowing! .

We love how Khurana has blurred the lines with this ensemble — clearly a take on androgynous fashion. Take a look at these pictures.

Dressed in Siddhartha Tyler, the black outfit features a majestic shirt detailed with frills on the sleeves and also around the neckline. The look, styled by Jay Samuel Studio, was paired with slim-fit charcoal black trousers.

The see-through shirt doesn’t have buttons but a chain detailing. The look was pulled together with a pair of bright silver shoes and rectangular-framed sunglasses. We have to agree that while it is a bit different, it is alluring as well. We cannot, however, deny it reminds us of the 2019’s Met Gala event, when singer Harry Styles wore an almost-similar outfit — a tad toned down. Take a look.

Head-to-toe in Gucci, Styles sported a sheer ruffled blouse with plain black high-waist pants and a tear-drop pearl earring. The outfit made headlines then and continues to be relevant today.

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