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Aditi Rao Hydari And Nimrat Kaur Are Slaying Ripped Jeans And How

Two Bollywood stars with one fashion trend styled fantastically between them

Aditi Rao Hydari and Nimrat Kaur in ripped denims

Ripped jeans are dicey territory, in Bollywood especially. Celebrities like Anushka Sharma, Twinkle Khanna and Ameesha Patel would know. They've faced flak from the Internet for flaunting jeans that were more hole than fabric. That's exactly what makes them such a risky statement. They can either be amazingly right or tragically wrong and the fine line is a tough one to balance on.


This weekend, two Bollywood actresses seem to have found that balance. Both, Aditi Rao Hydari and Nimrat Kaur were spotted in Bandra, Mumbai over the weekend and coincidentally happened to sport ripped jeans. Spoiler alert: They nailed the ripped look and did so with their unique style statements.

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First up, there's Nimrat Kaur. Making a rare appearance outside Bandra's Bastian restaurant was Nimrat in a look that resonated easy breezy. She wore a pair of fitted dark jeans with rips at the knees and a smattering of distressed sections over the lengths. With it, Nimrat wore a red and white candy-striped blouse which was tied at the front, a tan braided belt and white kicks. Her accessories of choice were rounded reflective sunglasses, large hoop earrings and a black bag slung across her shoulder.

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Then there was Aditi Rao Hydari. For her day look, she wore a pair of bulky mom jeans with large ripped sections at the knees. Aditi paired her jeans with a red t-shirt, black sunglasses, grey sneakers and a matching bag.

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While one went for a relaxed look, the other leaned towards sporty style. Both were complete winners in our book. Casual and edgy without verging on looking like you stepped out of a thorn bush, this is what we call ripped denim perfection.