Pooja Hegde is busy promoting her upcoming movie Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan alongside Salman Khan which is scheduled to be released in April 2023. The actress leaves no stone unturned in choosing chic closet choices while promoting the movie just like she keeps it stylish on other occasions. May it be her ethnic choices for festivities or weddings, her elaborate red-carpet gowns or simply her uber-cool travel fashion, one thing that remains common is Pooja's love for monochrome numbers and we are loving her looks as much as she loves the trend. Let's have a look at her best-dressed monochrome numbers.
Pooja was dressed in the colour of the season-orange recently for the movie's promotions. The chic outfit from designer label Arpita Mehta featured long sleeves with mirror work at the sleeve line, a closed neckline, a corset bodice and a ruched bottom. Pooja's golden jewellery including layered necklaces and chunky gold hoop earrings was a perfect match to her zesty outfit.
She picked a sunshine yellow tulle dress from the designer label Gauri and Nainika, for yet another day of events. A halter neckline, cutout pattern and a breezy, playful silhouette instantly make the dress our summer favourite perfect for a brunch date or a summer holiday. She accessorised the outfit with statement rings and golden studs and minimal makeup.
Pooja's all-grey outfit from Label Frow was a casually chic outfit. The mid-length dress featured strappy-style sleeves and a deep neck pattern followed by a ruched bottom and a bodycon fit. The grey-toned outfit proved Pooja's love for monochrome yet again.
For the Pinkvilla Style Icon Awards, Pooja chose a gorgeous white outfit from the clothing brand Gaffe. The floor-sweeping gown had an off-shoulder neckline with a plunging neckline and a beautiful trail to follow with a pair of white gloves which added a retro spin to her look.
Back in time, while promoting Cirkus, Pooja picked another monochrome number from Arpita Mehta's designer label. Her all-red saree proved that she likes monochromes in ethnic attires too. The breezy saree had layered ruffles as she paired it with a strappy blouse.
Pooja's blush pink pick for the SIIMA Awards was one of our favourites. The off-shoulder outfit had a ruffled neckline with a body-hugging bodice and a beautiful flare with a tulle trail to follow. Pooja looked no less than someone from a beautiful fairytale.
Pooja's bright green blazer dress from the clothing brand David Koma was a chic form of power dressing that we witnessed. The golden buttons added an edge to the monochrome number.
Pooja Hedge's sass combined with her monochrome numbers is definitely our favourite.Comments