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Black is beautiful but Ileana D’Cruz’s outfit is just too boring

Ileana D'Cruz attended the Women Achievers' Awards event in Delhi, wearing a black ensemble from the house of Anamika Khanna.

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
November 14, 2017 6:38:00 pm
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From slaying in retro dresses in Rustom to rocking classy saris in Barfi, Ileana D’Cruz is right up the alley of fashionistas. While the actor has nailed some terrific styles in her movies, her personal statements are somewhat boring.

Spotted at the Women Achievers’ Awards event in the capital, the actor stepped out in a black number from the house of Anamika Khanna. Though her attire had a lot of layering game going on, it lacked structure, which we think made her outfit look baggy.

Stylist Tanya Ghavri paired the actor’s dress with a black cape with red layering on the inside. The colour was a welcome break from the monotony of the black hue, but we still feel it wasn’t enough, especially when the floral design she sported on her shoulder blended with the black outfit without giving any definition to her look.

However, Ghavri did save the day by cinching a fish scale beaded belt on the actor’s waist, which accentuated her frame. See pics here.

We feel the gold earrings in wheel-design from Minerali store were too plain and did nothing to add the much-needed colour to the ensemble.

A pair of golden pumps from Christian Louboutin rounded off the actor’s look.

We think she missed the mark this time but what about you? Let us know in the comments below.

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