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Sonam Kapoor descends like an ANGEL in this ‘no colour’ outfit!

Sonam Kapoor descends like an ANGEL in this ‘no colour’ outfit!

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In the last 10 years, Sonam Kapoor has established herself as not just a sensible actress but also as a budding fashionista of Bollywood, who seldom goes wrong with her sartorial choices. From giving a modern twist to the six yard drape to her larger-than-life gowns, Sonam has flashed it all on many red carpets and we still are not bored of her. It’s like there are hardly any situations where this DIVA has missed the top mark when it’s all about fashion.

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And now coming to the point, Sonam, who is in Dubai right now to promote a watch brand which she endorses, attended the opening ceremony of Dubai International Film Festival last night and oh-boy she looked nothing less than pristine. Flaunting a lot of drama on the red carpet in the most precise way, Sonam spelled ANGELIC in a ‘no colour’ (that’s what she has quoted it) look from Ashi Studio’s Ready To Wear Spring 2018 collection. Talking about her apparel in detail, the corset fit, pleated skirt gown was teamed with a matching floor-sweeping tailored long coat. Styled by her sister Rhea Kapoor and the flawless makeup done by Namrata Soni, the look was finished off by simple hair and dainty baubles. Kudos! (Also Read:Kareena vs Sonam: Who was styled the best by Rhea Kapoor at Filmfare Style Awards!)

Style score: 5/5!

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Verdict…
As black is said to be a safest colour in the fashion scenario, white is a colour which can be a trickier one. But truth is, Sonam as usual has nailed this time too. Also, it was a delight that Sonam went the minimal way with regards to her accessories and makeup which really took our heart away. Keep on making stylish splashes, Sonam!

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