How to Make that Celebrity Look Work!

How to Make that Celebrity Look Work!

Sona and Jasmine
Parineeti Chopra
Parineeti Chopra

Belt: Matthew Williamson (Net-a-Porter), Shoes: River Island (Asos), Ring: PL by Peter Lang (Asos), Lipstick: YSL Rouge Pur Couture – 1 Le Rouge – Blood Red (Sephora.com)The jumpsuit looks great on Parineeti Chopra but the colour does nothing for her, or for that matter, Indian skin-tones. Yellows rarely work. Going with the current trend, a pastel pink, lavender or blue should have been the choice of color for this outfit. We opted for a simple t-strap sandal to elongate her figure instead of the closed-toe pump. Also, since we added the belt to accentuate her figure, we would get rid of the cuff – too distracting – and just add a simple ring. Last but not least, that hairstyle – it’s been done so many times. We would love to see Parineeti in this softer undo.

Kalki Koechlin
Kalki Koechlin

Shoes: Asos, Earrings: Erickson Beamon (Net-a-Porter), Lipstick: YSL Rouge Pur Couture – 26 Rose Libertin – Bright Purple PinkKalki Koechlin is a beautiful women but the styling of this dress is reminiscent of a teenager in the ’90s. The dress demands attention, so the rest of the look needs to be streamlined – to do that, we went with a minimal sandal, natural hair and a pink pout to brighten up the face. Also, the dress is too long on her and needs to hit at mid-calf.P.S. While that is a beautiful colour, which is flattering on practically everyone, we would love to see this dress in white.

Jacqueline Fernandez
Jacqueline Fernandez

Shoes: Jimmy Choo Mirrored-Leather Sandals (Net-a-Porter), Earrings: Eddie Borgo (Le Mill), Clutch: Charlotte Olympia (Nordstrom.com), Lipstick: Bobbi Brown Creamy Lip Color – Uber Pink – Medium True Pink (Sephora)That is one fabulous dress, it just screams luxury, which means the rest of look should scream luxury too. First off, the dress needs to be longer; a long dress always has to hit the floor and there’s no two-ways about that. We love a burgundy lip but it really clashes with the red and white, so we opted for a pinkish-nude lip instead. We finished the look with these gold-geometric earrings to contrast with the femininity of the lace. A sandal to show some toe-cleavage and a practically-transparent clutch that doesn’t distract from the “awesomeness” that is this dress.P.S. Since this is a wish-list of sorts, ideally we would’ve preferred the lining to match the dress. Sometimes we’re traditionalists like that.