Proving that celebs can be pretty normal was none other than our favourite fashionista, Sonam Kapoor. Ok, having a team of stylists dedicated to dressing you daily in the best high-end designers around isn’t pretty normal, but you know what we mean. Imagine our pleasant surprise when Sonam stepped out wearing the same skirt and booties she donned just a couple weeks ago. Of course, Sonam being Sonam, she flaunted her styling prowess by pairing them with different items and showed us how to repeat our outfits like a true diva.
We guess even A-list celebs prefer to stick to comfy staples like a good old maxi skirt for some casual chic. We tell you how to wear the same skirt in two different ways, just like Sonam.
A simple white shirt is something you can throw on with just about anything without thinking twice. Pair it with your printed skirt and leave your glasses on for an easy-going look. Don’t forget to flaunt your cute phone cover!
Steal Her Style: Femella Striped Circular Maxi Skirt (Rs 1,850), Meira White Solid Shirt (Rs 400), Maverick Black Eyeglasses (Rs 1,595), Geometric Floral iPhone Cover (Rs 500) and Forever 21 Faux Leather Booties (Rs 1,789)
A comfy ensemble is necessary for those long flights, yes even when you’re Bollywood’s queen of style. Sonam wore her trusty skirt with a basic black top and cinched it at the waist with a simple belt for some airport style. Her favourite black booties and practical Goyard tote finished off the look.
Steal Her Style: Femella Striped Circular Maxi Skirt (Rs 1,850), Ribbed Turtleneck Top (Rs 1,096), Black Pu Belt (Rs 395), Lavie Surf Large Brown Shopper Bag (Rs 3,960) and Forever 21 Faux Leather Booties (Rs 1,789)
We’ve always adored Sonam Kapoor’s personal sense of style and the fact that she isn’t afraid to repeat her clothes in public really does make her our kind of fashionista!
Sonam Kapoor images: Viral Bhayani
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Published on Oct 14, 2015