Even with all the help in the world and an entourage of people picking their outfits for them, Bollywood, at times, does fashion as wrong as it gets. Unflattering and hideous clothes apart, sometimes celebs tone down the label instead of accentuating it and nothing hurts us as much. Apart from that, stars who opt for style as a chore fall flat on their face and then there’s no saving after that. Yes, there is always another day, another fashion outing but once spotted, you gotta call a spade, a spade. And we are at it again, doing the dirty job for the good of all.
That’s right. It’s time for the week’s worst dressed list and let us warn you, it’s distasteful. We have a few regulars (oops) and a few newcomers who have made it, albeit in the wrong way. While the style file is going to do nothing for your wardrobes, but we bet it’ll do a lot for your picking palette. Or so we hope. So, shall we?
We get it that Sonam Kapoor is in the experimentation mode with her recent line-up of Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga and Zoya Factor but the curls are the only thing we can see working in this airport look. The belted blazer upon the printed top and bottom just spells disaster.
Shraddha Kapoor has jumped on the bandwagon of oversized hoodies but this red blaring buttoned garment is anything but trendy. Also, what’s up with the fishnet stockings below?
Sara Ali Khan
Sara Ali Khan started great but off late we have been scratching our heads with her sartorial choices. I mean, she did do Simmba but not everything needs to be a tiger print! Case in point, this striped shimmer dress which she wore with matching headgear. Sara, if you’re reading this, we don’t do that anymore.
Kiara Advani has been missing in action after Lust Stories but the actress has debuted in the Telegu film industry and it’s out too. And so is this mustard unflattering dress that is cut at all the wrong places. Cold shoulders are feeling bad!
Vidya Balan has draped another one and it is making us dizzy. The actress has always had a thing for the 11 yards and its elegance, but whatever happened to the classic way of colour blocking?