Deepika Padukone is back to doing what she does the best – doling out lessons in keeping it uber-classy and sophisticated. In tandem with her fashion stylist, Shaleena Nathani, the duo has found a minimal chic way of keeping things simple but always significant. The diva is intent on ticking off some classic styles off the grid for the promotions of Chhapaak. Florals for Fall is always stunning, Deepika stunned in an Anamika Khanna creation over the weekend as she promoted Chhapaak in Jaipur. Deepika allowed her ensemble to take center-stage by keeping the makeup minimal and hairstyle simple. Do we like it? Hell, yeah! We absolutely ADORE the style! While Deepika’s love for monochrome ensembles isn’t new, we love how the diva gives other classic styles a spin, adding a twist and elevates the sartorial bar.
Deepika is counted amongst the niche breed of tinsel town stunners who have effortlessly cracked the tricky style code of blending comfort with equal parts of chic and glamor. Her glam was helmed by makeup and hairstylist Florian Hurel. Here is a closer look at her floral fashion moment.
Deepika Padukone – Florals for Fall
Deepika sported an organza floral printed creation by Anamika Khanna featuring a cape, flared pants and a cropped blouse. Statement earrings, low back textured ponytail and nude makeup completed her vibe.
Deepika Padukone – Style Cheat Sheet
Florals for spring-summer are the norm but designers are intent on keeping the pattern in bloom well into fall/winter. Go, grab some florals and stun, just like Deepika Padukone.
Chhapaak is scheduled for release on January 10, 2020 and also marks Deepika’s s first project as a producer. The drama, directed by Meghna Gulzar and produced by Deepika Padukone and Meghna Gulzar in collaboration with Fox Star Studios features Deepika Padukone and Vikrant Massey. It is based on the life of acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal. Deepika essays the role of Malti, the acid attack survivor whose strong sense of self, beliefs and resilience to bring the perpetrators to justice forms the crux of this film.