Bollywood diva Katrina Kaif’s trending style statement

Katrina Kaif believes in the phrase ‘less is more’. With that flawless skin and faultless figure she’d be a perfect 10 even in a sack, but luckily for style police she’s not one to take her wardrobe lightly.

Katrina Kaif Bollywood diva Katrina Kaif’s trending style statement Source : Press

Katrina Kaif believes in the phrase ‘less is more’. Though her first years in Bollywood saw embellished gowns and ruffled dresses, Kaif’s recent sartorial choices have been elegant and fuss-free. Today, the star’s fail-safe rule to always getting it right on the red carpet is to stick with simple silhouettes, be it the black and white Jay Ahr dress she wore in 2012, her boho-chic Marchesa maxi from 2013, or the crimson Elie Saab worn earlier this year at Cannes. Katrina experiments with Indian attires and we love her for that. The actor picked up a blouse with a cape and an exquisite net lehenga embellished with floral designs from Bhumika Sharma’s collection. Even though we don’t particularly like the combination, the actor managed to look good in it. Style lesson: Sometimes, experimenting with style helps. You don’t always have to follow trends. Our girl crush is clearly a pantsuit fan girl. The last word in power dressing, Kaif’s collection boasts the entire gamut from boardroom-friendly blacks to pristine whites with statement versions thrown in for good measure. Say aye to her recent pick of cropped pants and ruffled blazer in blue. Keeping it festive, fun and light in the sequinned high-neck blouse and soft pink lehenga, Kaif takes to this modern version of the traditional ensemble with ease. If you aren’t ready to be bogged down by heavy Indian clothes, this sangeet-friendly look is the way to go. The actress adds a dose of shimmer to her wardrobe when it comes to ethnic ensembles. Most recently, it was with a gold and pink Manish Malhotra lehenga. A look through her best looks over the years will also show you who her favourite names in fashion are: You’ll spot lots of Hervé Léger bandage dresses here, decadent Tarun Tahiliani creations and the occasional Balmain, Versace and Roland Mouret.

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