5 best dressed Bollywood celebrities of the week!

5 best dressed Bollywood celebrities of the week!

Let’s accept it that being a Bollywood star is not as easy as it seems. Yes, we totally agree that their life is always in the limelight and full of glamour; but haven’t you heard the phrase, ‘Every coin has two sides’. The same rule applies here too. From been bashed by the film critics for their poor performances in movies to just sometimes polluting their personal life with wrong rumours, our Bollywood celebs have seen it all. (Also Read: Get Katrina Kaif’s casual chic looks under Rs 3000!)

But, let’s just brew some positivity here today and kind-of celebrate the stylish and glamorous life of our B-Town celebrities. As each time a celeb steps out of his/her house, they put in their best efforts to make a statement that stands league apart. And so, here we bring to you some of the well-dressed celebrities as the week goes by. Check out!

Sassing it up!

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First on our best dressed list is the ‘Mubarakan’ actress, Ileana D’Cruz. Spotted at the trailer launch of her upcoming film ‘Baadshaho’, the actress opted for an all-black look which featured a Hervé Léger grommet jumpsuit which she teamed up with a boxy Zara blazer. Obviously the highlight of her look was the jumpsuit that had a deep V-neckline with criss-cross details. Further, a pair of black open toed sandals from Pheddis, a soft wavy updo, courtesy Sheetal Khan, jewellery from Outhouse and a hint of makeup which included bright lips, blushed cheeks and bold eyes, courtesy makeup artist Divya Chablani rounded off her look.

Verdict– Going for a bold look by matching her jumpsuit with the blazer, Ileana’s style stint looked quite stunning. Also, keeping the accessories classy and elegant, Ileana’s heels were just the right kind and only showcased her optimistic and fearless state of mind. In short, Ileana taught us how to power-dress. Style score-4.5/5!

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