Whether her style statement, fitness mantra or just being a dutiful mother to little Inaaya Naumi Kemmu, Soha Ali Khan has always been our ultimate source of inspiration. We don't deny that Soha's penchant for all things pastels taught us that even light hues can make you look like a royal. Now, the actress in an exclusive interaction with NDTV Swirlster gave us insights into her personal style. Interviewed at Kukdukoo Fest'23, the actress began by throwing some light on her new children's adventure book series "Inni and Bobo". During her interaction, Soha also talked about her personal favourite style in festive wear. Wondering what it is? “Effortless,” she stated briefly, elaborating with “I have a particular lehenga that I like. It is comfortable. But I love the silhouette of a long skirt and a choli and a dupatta.”
On sustainable fashion, Soha Ali Khan said, “Everything has become more geared to working with the environment as opposed to working against the environment. I think we all have learned, especially from the lockdown, that when we give the world a break it really truly breathes. How we need the world more than it needs us on the planet.” She added, “When it comes to recycling fashion, our children are learning so much from this generation. And they are going to be teaching us soon. I am happy that when it comes to fashion or food people are conscious about wastage and materials that we use, so that we can work in a more harmonious and balanced way.”
Soha Ali Khan also got candid about one item that she would steal from her husband Kunal Kemmu's closet. “He is not really the same shape or size as me. But he does have very soft oversized T-shirts, which are great.” When asked what the three things she would never leave her home without, she quipped, “I would not leave home without my very trendy N95 mask in Delhi at the moment. I wouldn't leave without my very stylish reading glasses that I now need. I would not leave home without my phone in a sturdy cover and also not without comfortable shoes to change out of when I am done with my heels.”
To watch her full interview on her book series, her view on working with your spouse (she wrote the book series with her husband, Kunal Kemmu) and fitness mantras, watch the video below.
Soha Ali Khan has always made a special place in our hearts with her festive pick. On the occasion of Mahanavami, Soha slipped in a maroon tie-dye lehenga with a multi-colour sleeveless choli and a printed mustard dupatta. A pair of oxidised jhumkas sealed the look for her. The actress tied her hair in a middle-parted messy bun. Minimal glam with tinted lips was the final touch to her look.
We can't wait to see Soha Ali Khan's Diwali ensemble this year.