September 26, 2021 10:15:09 am
Celebrities are often spotted stepping out in style. No matter what the occasion is, they always manage to keep the fashion quotient high with their impeccable looks. This week, too, a host of stars were spotted out and about in the city, giving us major fashion goals. Take a look at actors whose style worked for us and whose did not.
HIT: Ananya Panday looked absolutely beautiful in this one-shoulder black top that she paired with flared trousers. She, further, accessorised it with hoop earrings and transparent heels.
HIT: Anil Kapoor never misses a chance to leave us in awe. He looked amazing in a printed shirt and trousers.
MISS: Divyanka Tripathi‘s latest look was quite unflattering as her outfit and hairdo didn’t really work for us.
HIT: Gauri Khan kept it stylish as she was seen in an olive green jacket that she wore over a black top and ripped blue jeans.
HIT: Like always, Karisma Kapoor looked chic and stylish in this all-black ensemble. She paired the look with gold jewellery and a handbag.
HIT: Malaika Arora looked absolutely glamorous in this black gown with sheer cutouts and a thigh-high slit. She kept it elegant with minimal accessories and subtle makeup.
HIT: Preity Zinta latest look was understated yet elegant. She was seen wearing a basic white tee with fitted black jeans. She accessorised it with a brown handbag and matching heels.
MISS: Genelia, who usually impresses us with her fun and chic style, left us underwhelmed this time. Her outfit and black boots didn’t really accentuate her personality and personal style.
HIT: Shweta Tiwari looked gorgeous in this sequin blue gown that featured a plunging neckline and a thigh-high slit.
HIT: Sonakshi Sinha donned a super sporty and fun look. She wore a full-sleeved sweatshirt with black trousers. The actor accessorised it with black boots and a cap.
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