Deepika Padukone Recycles Her Old Look To The Airport, Adds A Denim Touch To It

Deepika Padukone repeats her look during her recent airport outing. The actress sported an easy and comfortable attire for her airplane journey, she wore white shirt with black cycling shorts and paired them with denim jacket. She had sported this similar look during the U2 Concert in the past, minus the denim jacket

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Deepika Padukone Recycles Her Old Look To The Airport, Adds A Denim Touch To It
Deepika Padukone has inspired millions with her ultimate fashion sense. Pulling any garment with ease and style has been done by the actress effortlessly. While some divas are scared to repeat and recycle their outfits in order to escape criticism of the fashion critics, Dippy like to do with a little twist. Often seen flying in and out of the city, keeping it stylish yet comfort. Couple of weeks back Chhapaak actress had sported a crisp white shirt with black cycling short for the U2 concert.

Repeating the same outfit again, she added a denim jacket for her airport look. Exiting the Mumbai international airport, Deepika changed one more element of this look. While for the U2 concert she sported black sporty footwear, for her airport look she chose white sneakers. Smart move Deepika! Over the period of time, actresses are choosing comfort over fashion. Couple of months back Priyanka Chopra too had exited the airport in a loose top paired with cycling shorts.

Check out both the pictures of Deepika Padukone below-


Few weeks back Kareena Kapoor Khan was seen recycling her floral jacket to remain warm on the freezy nights during the shoot of Laal Singh Chaddha. She had worn this jacket during her Switzerland holidays.

After a lukewarm response to her first outing of 2020 Chhapaak, audiences are looking forward to her next project ’83. Her first look as Romi Dev was shared by Ranveer Singh on his Instagram account with a heartwarming caption. Kabir Khan helmed 83, will release on April 10, 2020.

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