Yay or Nay: The Weekly JFW Fashion Report Card!

Millennial’s purple, strappy heels and more!!

This week saw our stars adorn the trends, make statements and dare the boldest looks. While Kajal Aggarwal is sticking to classics, Rakul Preet has an exciting twist to cocktail wear. We bring you the best and the worst dressed of the week. From wearing traditional ethnic to funky Indo-western outfits,  here are 5 looks from our favorite ladies. Scroll through to see who made it to our “Yay” list and who didn’t.

Hansika Motwani

Move over millennial’s pink, the new millennial’s purple is what should be under your radar for this season.   We love Haniska’s over-sized on-trend purple blazer that she paired with black bralet and shimmered high-waist Culotte pants. She went bold with her accessories and accessorised her outfit with layered jewellery, huge plate earrings and ring. Wedges, hair down and the smile complete this looks making it a “yay” for the week.

Verdict: Yay! Move into millennial’s purple

Rakul Preet

Is orange and pink the new Red and pink? Rakul say’s yes! Shades of sunset hues, be it marigold yellow or candy orange has been trending for a while now. The orange turtle neck mididress with slit is paired to perfection with on trend starppy pink heels and gold ring in every finger. This look can be easily imitated for cocktail parties.

Verdict: Yay! Orange & pink the new B&W

Taapsee Pannu

Yet another version of pantusuit and monotone dressing, we are starting to get a bit tired of this look. We love the pastel, floral print, flared pants and the kitten heels. But the ruffled shirt really does not sit well with the already looking heavy blazer and adds bulk to the outfit. A tank or a lighter top might have done the trick.

Verdict: Nay! Too bulky

Amala Paul

She does look pretty but the outfit looks very incomplete. The supposed to be ethnic crop looks a little like a saree blouse. Maybe a bit of jewelry, say a statement choker, more bangles would have worked well with the look.

Verdict: Nay! Incomplete

Kajal Aggarwal

Kajal was seen wearing an Indian classic embroidery kurta with sharara pants and simple jewelry that includes a statement Jhumka. She carried off the look elegantly with hair down and minimal makeup. What we love the most is the pastel shawl with blush pink floral design that adds a touch of class to the entire outfit.

Verdict: Yay! Indian classic

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