Simple but always significant – Deepika Padukone is such a delight! When she isn’t lighting up the silver screen with her versatile roles, towering acting prowess and stunning beauty, Deepika Padukone spruces up the style quotient with her monochrome vibes. While her love for monochrome ensembles isn’t new, we love how the diva constantly revisits the trusty style, adds a twist and elevates the sartorial bar. Be it a casual airport look, promotional style or red carpet, Deepika Padukone and her penchant to pull off those solid hues, conspired in tandem with her go-to stylist Shaleena Nathani is remarkable. For the recently concluded Hello! Hall Of Fame Awards 2018, Deepika chose the classic white as her go-to colour but adding oodles of drama all whilst keeping other elements muted, she aced the subtle monochrome for the umpteenth time.
Deepika Padukone – Monochrome Love
Shinning bright in a Falguni and Shane Peacock white gown featuring a dangerous plunge, balloon sleeves, a metallic belt and a trail, Deepika was certainly a vision to behold.
She topped off the look with a side-parted slick hairdo, courtesy hairstylist Gabriel Georgiou and a minimal makeup that accentuated her doe-shaped eyes and nude pink lips, courtesy makeup artist, Anil C. (Also Read: Bold lips, dazzling smile, glitter rainbow shirt – Deepika Padukone graces the Happy Issue of Vogue this month)
Bollywood Hungama Style Take – Deepika Padukone
Style Cues – Deepika Padukone
Bold colours and prints may have their charm but the infallible monochrome is always a head turner. Go monochrome chic, just like Deepika this season and explore the nuances of monochrome styling. (Also Read: Deepika Padukone and Guneet Monga featured in Variety’s International Women’s Impact Report 2018)
On the professional front, Deepika Padukone is all set to reunite with her Piku co-star Irrfan Khan in the Vishal Bharadwaj directorial venture – the biopic on the Mumbai mafia queen, Sapna Didi. She will also be seen fulfilling her commitments as the brand ambassador for the cosmetic giant, L’Oreal at the Cannes International Film Festival 2018.
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