Dress the Bollywood Way
Bollywood releases more than 1000 films each year. With a deluge of actors flaunting a plethora of style statements, it becomes difficult for us to track what’s currently streaming in the industry. Don’t fret! We’ve got your back as we list down the Bollywood trends which are currently in vogue. Want to know how your favourite actor slay every award function? The corporate look has never been so sexy. Try customizing your outfit as sharp tailoring takes the main stage. Focus on sleekness and silhouette the most. Include a quirky tie with your formal ensemble to ditch the monotony and to look out of the box. The forever classic combination of black and white never cease to subside in Bollywood. The sophisticated combination of this neutral duo has surpassed the office formals and the casual Friday wears. Vicky Kaushal was spotted in an event wearing completely black attire. The actor looked his dapper self and we couldn't take our eyes off his classy attire. Try incorporating checks or prints in one of the coordinates. Keep the fitting on point to enhance the look.
As Hollywood celebrates the pride month, its glimpse can be seen in the Bollywood too. Actors like Ranveer Singh and Ayushman Khurana are the epitomes of gender-neutral fashion. Smudging the gender divide out of quirky and trendy styles, don’t limit yourself to experiment with colours. Don loose fitted clothes with an under-defined silhouette to flaunt this style perfectly. Last in our list is the jogger style jeans as it tops the trend-list this season. Bollywood has unconditionally loved this style as they are frequently seen flaunting it on airports or dates. Actors leave no stone unturned to promote their movie. Its reflection is prominently seen in their outfit, as soon as their trailers hit the social media. Shahid Kapoor was recently seen in print on print, wearing a striped t-shirt paired with printed black jacket and pants. With his flawless look, his fans got a cue about his character in his recent movie, “Kabir Singh”.
Story by: Anshika Seth, Intern at FHM India Magazine