Alia Bhatt has taken over the world by storm with her excellence in the field of acting. Her each movie defies the stereotype of the ‘female lead’ and how people view them in films. From her role as an Indian spy in Raazi to playing the righteous gangster in Gangubai Kathiawadi, Alia Bhatt has always been experimental not only with her films but also with her fashion. Bhatt’s versatility in fashion is well known around the world. And her unique sense of style always tends to stand out.
Today, as we celebrate one of the most talented stars of our generation, here are some of Alia Bhatt’s best fashion moments that prove she’s a sartorial superstar.
The Bridesmaid Brigade
While Alia aces every role she ever plays, there is one particularly essential role that she is absolutely the best at—being a bridesmaid to her best friends. In this yellow and pink Manish Malhotralehenga, Alia made some major fashion headlines. The choice of colour, the modern rendition of the blouse, tousled hair, everything was perfect.
Fashion With A Purpose
The one look that absolutely broke the internet, Alia Bhatt’s Bloni Atelier saree sent Intagram into a tizzy. While we were still getting over the multiple white outfits that she was wearing for the promotions of the movie, the star served this gorgeous look that was crafted out of recycled nylon waste that was then repurposed into degradable faux leather.
Pop Of Colour
Only Alia Bhatt can pull off wearing multiple bright colours together while making it look effortlessly stylish. The Gangubai Kathiawadi star in this vibrant pantsuit by Prabal Gurung proves that formal wear can be equal parts functional and fun.
It’s already a truth well-proven (as reiterated from our earlier post) that Alia Bhatt aces the pantsuit style with so much ease. But this graffiti-style Moschino pantsuit has got to be our favourite.
With her latest blockbuster hit Gangubai Kathiawadi hitting the silver screens, Alia Bhatt changed the way people see promotional event styling. Inspired by the role she portrays in the film, Bhatt chose to wear a white saree with red accessories for each and every press release, offering a nod to her character’s on-screen style. A concept so unique and fresh, that it took over the fashion world in no time.