Here we are with another fashion faux-pas. In case you will have noticed earlier, even those impeccably dressed most of the time can make a fashion blunder, and one such case was Sara Ali Khan's recent look, an avoidable crisis in terms of sartorial missteps.
Sara Ali Khan's Airport OOTD
Scroll to take a peek at the actress's recent airport look and the faux-pas in it.
For her latest airport outing when heading out of Mumbai, the Bollywood actress was spotted in relaxed separates meant for travel. While the actress is usually spot-on with her choice of outfits, this one didn't fall in the category. The track pants and jacket featuring kaleidoscopic prints failed to leave a mark, the excessive number of colours and dizzying pattern in Sara Ali Khan's matching co-ords making it a major print fail, a fashion faux-pas if you will. Paired separately, they might have managed to work (though we have our doubts there as well), but for now, Sara Ali Khan would have been better off without this clash of colours. The only saving grace in the actress’s OOTD was the fail-safe white T-shirt, a classic that teams well with everything.
The OOTD fail aside, the actress opted for pared-down makeup and accessories, a fresh-faced look, a white sling bag and glasses rounding off her airport attire. While heading out, keeping it simple with a swipe of eyeliner and mascara might help to elevate your everyday basics, the essentials also being versatile finds that you can add to just about any going-out look. Shop the tried-and-tested essentials if they are missing in your beauty arsenal.
It's not rare for anyone to have a problem working with characteristically loud prints, think ones featuring a number of colours or mixed patterns. In such scenarios, here are certain tips that can help you work the look.
-Mix and match your findings; if there are two co-ords, ensure that they are balanced. When in doubt, ditch one of them and style the other with a solid-coloured separate. -Leave the accessories behind if your outfit already features a number of colours. -Avoid a version that is confusing and goes extremely overboard.