If there is one thing we’ve deduced from following Alia Bhatt’s style ever since her onscreen debut in 2012, it’s that this young lady is exceedingly comfortable in her skin. Even as Bhatt played around to discover her sartorial voice, her natural confidence has been her strongest accessory from the very onset. As a result, the actor can never be accused of letting the clothes wear her.
Bhatt’s style may have become more experimental over the years, but her affinity for choosing looks that are high on comfort has remained intact. This probably explains her penchant for Anita Dongre’s creations. Dongre is favoured for her ability to find inspiration in tradition and retain its essence while reimagining it for the modern Indian woman. Obviously, Bhatt fits the mould of being a designer’s muse flawlessly. She is most often spotted in breezy kurtas and anarkalis by the brand, reinforcing that ease is non-negotiable when making a style statement.
Most recently, the Raazi actor was seen in a printed muslin suit with a delicate hint of gota patti, dori, zardozi and pearl work from Dongre’s spring/summer ’18 ‘Song of Summer’ collection. For a dressed-up vibe, Bhatt is drawn towards layered looks from the design house. The demure peach maxi with a light embellished jacket, as seen on her, is all about feminine charm. The tulle skirt matched with an organza wrap bandi, on the other hand, is the very definition of summer-ready repertoire. Looking for a flattering yet forgiving reception ensemble? Borrow inspiration from the embroidered and mirror work floor-length anarkali seen on the petite star. The plunging neckline and long sleeves strike the right balance. Leave the décolletage bare and insert silver earrings, just like the actor, to round off your look.
Bhatt keeps her styling as fuss-free as Dongre’s outfits—think dewy makeup, soft curls and elegant earrings. ‘Less is more’ maximises the impact in this case.
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