Bollywood celebrities are exactly on point when it comes to their fashion choices and wardrobe experiments. May it be the festive season or red-carpet moments, the Bollywood celebrities know it exactly how to keep their glam meter on. Amidst setting trends with their elaborate dressing or peculiar colour palette choices, there comes a time when two celebrities wear the same outfits styling it differently and the fans are left amazed. Corsets are a raging fashion trend currently and we cannot simply ignore it as the gorgeous Bollywood divas make a stellar case of corsets. Recently we spotted Palak Tiwari and Kriti Kharbanda wearing a stunning corset lace top and went totally gaga over the look. We cannot simply decide who wore it better.
Palak Tiwari wore a strappy corset lace top in black as she made a public appearance in the city recently. The beautiful top featured intricate lace details and a plunging neckline, with lace borders. The actor teamed it with a pair of wide leg pants in black. For accessories, Palak carried a black baguette and wore a pair of silver hoop earrings. The actor kept her makeup glamorous and rosy as she opted for pink blush, ample mascara, well-defined eyes and pink lip tint.
Kriti Kharbanda kept the glam meter running as she wore a similar strappy corset top which featured a plunging neckline. The actor teamed it with a pair of flared pants and wore a full-sleeved jacket with the outfit. The jacket too featured lace detailing in black. Kriti's makeup was glamourous and dewy, consisting of well-contoured cheeks, shimmering eyelids, kohl-laden eyes and brownish lip colour.
Kriti Kharbanda's wardrobe choices are chic and stylish and here is the proof. The actor recently wore a floor-sweeping red gown recently, which had a dramatic thigh-high side slit and set the internet on fire. The sleeveless gown had cutout detailing at the neckline with a beautiful fall. She wore a pair of red pumps with the outfit and opted for minimal makeup.
Can you decide who wore the lace corset outfit better? We surely can't.