Kareena Kapoor’s fancy denim looks can go from 9 to 5 and beyond
On Thursday, Kareena Kapoor Khan proved you don’t need a dress to look fancy, when she rocked incredible denim separates. Kareena blessed us with an unexpected, seriously fierce denim-on-denim ensemble from Dior to try while promoting her upcoming film Veere Di Wedding in Mumbai.
Kareena paired a denim front slit pencil skirt — featuring a knee length, a V-shaped front, decorative buttons and an asymmetric hem — with a matching blue crop jacket.
On Wednesday too, Kareena wore a tailored, minimalist-inspired denim look that exuded summer ease, while embracing androgyny. She paired her retro loose-fitted denim from Anand Ahuja’s clothing line, Bhane, with an unmistakably straightforward denim blazer from Chinese designer Lucien Wang’s spring/ summer 2018 collection.
Kareena’s relaxed wide-leg denim (priced at ₹2,150) featured two side pockets and two back pockets, but the focal point of her glamourised look was the two-toned deconstructed denim jacket. Quite a sight to see, Kareena’s edgy outerwear came with a dark wash, complete with contrasting asymmetrical denim patchwork in a faded wash.
The jacket just looked “off” — in the best way possible. You can complete your look with a minimal tee, like Kareena, to draw attention to the standout piece. The actor chose to play up the surprising patchwork denim effects on her jacket with a stark white camisole.
Kareena let her jacket own the spotlight by wearing plain pointy-toe monochrome Manolo Blahnik pumps with her denim-on-denim look. To further tame the ensemble, she tied her hair back in a sleek ponytail and wore dainty earrings.
If you’re still convinced Kareena’s sharp, non-traditional denim-on-denim look wouldn’t fly in an office setting, it could no doubt stop traffic on the way into work, which is great too, right?However, if you do choose to wear Kareena-inspired denim separates, make sure you feel good about what your wearing. Confidence is always the best accessory.
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