No matter how one wears the ‘red’ colour, it always looks hot. However, we recently got to see Malaika Arora and Karisma Kapoor donning red number and oh boy, they seemed a lot bummer to us. Just a while ago, we showed you how Mira Rajput and Sara Ali Khan failed to create a fashion impact with their bandhani sarees, and today, our pick is Malaika Arora and Karisma Kapoor’s fashion game which seemed a lot below average. Talking about Malla, the lady always stuns us with her numbers, from thigh-high slit gowns to rocking a sequin number, her lean body and toned figure only make her better in her fashion game. Guess, we have hardly seen her failing in her style but nope, this wasn’t the same when she was spotted wearing a saree sort of an outfit during a wedding reception.
At Armaan Jain and Anissa Malhotra’s wedding reception, the actress Amit Aggarwal’s satin saree which a metallic blouse. The outfit looked so confusing that we were not sure what Malla was trying to pull during her outing. The pallu makes it look like a saree but the outfit had a thigh-high slit which only added more disaster to it. However, the only saviour in her look was her sleek hair and the neckpiece.
Speaking of her bestie and Kareena Kapoor Khan’s elder sister Karisma Kapoor, the actress plays very safe when it comes to flaunting her fashion side or she will just go out and about, leaving us puzzled with her choices.
If you go through her Instagram handle, Karisma will either disappointed with her edgy fashion or simply stun you. Most of the times, Kapoor is seen flaunting her traditional avatar which only gives us a lot of inspo, having said that, her recent look seemed a lot dud. The Dil Toh Pagal Hai actress opted for fish print salwar suit from Raw Mango, let alone the fish print gave us all the jitters while don’t get us started on her ill-fitted long pants.
Image source: Instagram/ malaikaaroraofficial/ therealkarismakapoor
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