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Sonam Kapoor Ahuja shows how to rock animal print-on-print this winter

This should be on your winter fashion inspiration board.

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
December 3, 2021 11:30:15 am
Sonam Kapoor, BoF VoicesSonam Kapoor opted for a print-on-print look for the BoF VOICES event in London. (Photo: Sonam Kapoor Ahuja/Instagram)

Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and her immaculate sense of style is a gift that keeps giving.

The actor, who now lives in London with her husband Anand Ahuja, has been experimenting with her style, donning pieces from some of the world’s greatest designers and design houses.

This style maven has struck again, this time with a highly suave look for the Business of Fashion (BoF) VOICES event in London.

 

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The Raanjhana star aced animal prints with a stunning Brandon Maxwell ensemble, styled by Nikhil Mansata. She was seen wearing a high-neck midi dress with a zebra print, accessorised with an oversized belt at the waist.

She kept the chill away by pairing the dress with a dark olive green coat, also featuring the zebra print, and completed the look with boots, and a tiny handbag.

Sonam Kapoor, BoF VOICES< Tommy Hilfiger, Dee Ocleppo Sonam with husband Anand Ahuja , Tommy Hilfiger, and his wife Dee Ocleppo at BoF VOICES in London. (Photo: Sonam Kapoor Ahuja/Instagram)

The actor kept the accessories minimal, opting for just a pair of big golden hoops.

She was seen posing alongside Anand Ahuja, BoF CEO and editor-in-chief Imran Ahmed, Nikhil Mansata, Tommy Hilfiger, and wife Dee Ocleppo.

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