To be honest, Deepika Padukone’s fashion is pretty tricky. Sometimes she dons an outfit that is either worth giving applause or it is simply appalling. During the World Economic Forum 2020 where she also bagged a Crystal award for her contribution to the cause of mental health, we saw her wearing a bright purple Alex Perry gown with dramatic sleeves was a total winner. Just the other day, we saw Deepika wearing an all-black look where she undoubtedly looked bewitching but her over-sized coat and extra-long pants were a bummer. But yet again, her stylist pulled off a similar look but this time donning an all-white getup and all we are wondering is why the same again?
For the recent outing, she wore a white blouse with balloon sleeves with a bow sort of scarf around the neck from Roksanda, teaming it with white trousers from The Row and white pumps Manolo Blahnik. Moreover, she rounded her look by throwing an over-sized white trench coat which is of ankle length and personally, this is definitely not going with the look. She seemed to look like a pile of clothes which is so not looking impressive, guess her stylist Shaleena need to revamp her fashion styles so that she can do justice to Deepika drop-dead gorgeous looks and her oh-so-perfect height. Overall, the saviour in her look was her neatly tied bun and her beautiful golden earrings that has all our heart. ALSO READ: Deepika Padukone, Your Style Game Was Bravo In Davos!
On the work front, Deepika Padukone was last seen in Chhapaak which is based on acid attack survivor. The film clashed with Ajay Devgn, Saif Ali Khan and Kajol starrer Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior. The actress will be next seen in Kabir Khan’s biographical film, ’83 alongside her husband Ranveer Singh. ALSO READ: Fashion Face-Off: Deepika Padukone Or Sara Ali Khan – Who Rocked The Polka Dot Trend?
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