Deepika Padukone has been on an absolute roll with her latest film, Gehraiyaan. Whether it was her critically acclaimed performance in the film or her fashion choices that followed, Deepika Padukone has been blazing through completely. It was no surprise that she was going to celebrate the success of the film in the best way possible. At a dinner party hosted by her in Mumbai, she was seen posing for the shutterbugs braving the odds of wearing all-black for an all-white one, proving her love for all things monochrome. Her outfit included a white corset top cinched at her waist paired with ripped white jeans and white court heels. She added a touch of gold with the help of her statement Misho Designs' earrings. For makeup and hair she opted for a dramatic smokey eyes and her signature sleek low bun respectively.
Long after the movie was released, Deepika Padukone was still seen promoting the film. She was dressed in a leopard printed maxi dress designed by Alex Perry. In case the statement print was not enough, her sweetheart neckline, statement sleeves and thigh high slits on the side would do the trick. The thigh high slits too gave us a sneak peak of her daringly high footwear.
White-on-white monochrome looks have been the mood board it seems for Deepika Padukone for the promotions of Gehraiyaan. How else would she ace this sleek power look by Victoria Beckham's? At the end of the day, it's not mood board without a monochrome look for Deepika Padukone, that's for sure!
Whether orange is the new black is a discussion for another day. For now we're just taking notes on how to nail cutout trends in a bold colour from Deepika Padukone and do half a decent job as compared to her.
Deepika Padukone has been nailing it since day one so her stylish feat for Gehraiyaan promotions is no surprise. It is only fair for the success party of the film have an equally stylish appearance.
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