Actor Rani Mukherji is known for her stellar performances in Black, Saathiya and most recent film, Talaash. Unfortunately, we can’t pay her the same compliment when it comes to her style sense, as she has managed to land herself in our fashion faux pas once again thanks to this awful fusion outfit she wore to the Talaash success party.
The Charge Sheet
Her hair looks boring and dull, with nothing exciting happening for her gorgeous locks. No product, no style as such and no volume is looking quite blah. Make an effort next time, Rani!
With that dress, we are happy that she has little or no accessories.
Nude lip gloss is a big no if you haven’t bronzed up your cheeks. With plain blush on the apples of her cheeks and basic kohl in her eyes, she could have definitely spruced up her pretty eyes and smacked on a nicer lipstick.
The shoes are far too beachy to be worn at a party; and why oh why, is there no nail polish on her toes?
The turquoise, purple, yellow, white and black colour blocking is on trend, but this piece could find itself a home in a clown’s wardrobe.
Wear it like
Singer — actor Kat wore this stunning outfit by Mara Hoffman Veracruz. Her blue and purple pumps and gold chain necklace complement the dress well. She’s a prime of example of keeping it colourful, but elegant. Rani could take some tips from Hollywood!
British celebrity Michelle rocked this loud digital print dress at a launch. Even though her hair is not looking brilliant, we love the dress! It’s edgy, trendy and bright.
Singer Miley hit the red carpet in this uber cool orange Dolce and Gabbana dress at the Kids Choice awards last year. Her brown locks complement the dress well. Rani could take a hint and maybe next time, research a look before walking out looking like a disaster.
Published in The Express Tribune, December 19th, 2012.
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