December 28, 2021 4:30:29 pm
Mrunal Thakur has a unique sense of style, one with a perfect blend of chicness and comfort. As such, the actor, who is currently awaiting the release of her upcoming film, Jersey, with Shahid Kapoor, is serving us some impeccable street fashion goals during the promotions and we are definitely taking notes!
Keeping it cool and casual, she wore a white tank top with matching flared trousers in her recent appearance. She elevated the look with an oversized printed jacket by Dhruv Kapoor, that can be the perfect addition to your wardrobe this winter.
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She accessorised the look with black drop earrings, a black belt and pointed black stilettos. To add the finishing touches, she opted for glam makeup.
In another appearance, she sported a super stylish look as she wore a red shirt paired with faux leather black pants. The shirt featured cutouts on the arms and was left half-unbuttoned, giving the look a chic twist.
She accessorised the look with gold earrings and black ankle boots, keeping it minimal yet elegant. She styled her hair in a neat bun and opted for minimal makeup.
Mrunal also experimented with the classic denim on denim look and we surely approve! She paired a denim jacket with wide-legged matching jeans. A deep orange tube top added a pop of colour to the look.
However, the highlight of this look was her super stylish black and brown boots with a golden metallic front. She, once again, opted for gold hoops and left her hair open in middle-partition.
For her appearance at The Kapil Sharma Show, Mrunal mixed glamour with minimalism. She wore a full-sleeved midi dress in the hues of orange, brown and blue. The dress featured a V-neckline and is perfect for a brunch date.
The actor kept the look subtle with just a pair of blue drop earrings and metallic heels.
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