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Everyday fashion: Stylish women who aren't walking the runway

Last updated on: March 14, 2014 15:13 IST

Everyday fashion: Stylish women who aren't walking the runway

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A Kannada actor, a design student and TV journalist talk about their fashion nightmares on the sidelines of the Lakme Fashion Week.

While leggy models turn up the heat on the fashion week runway, we turn our cameras (and attention) to some of the most stylish women who you most likely won't see in the spotlight


Sanjjanaa Galrani

Profession: Kannada actor

I'm wearing: An Aarti Vijaykumar gown.

My sense of style: I like to wear clothes that make me feel comfortable and confident.

Fashion tip: Choose a fabric that complements the season and occasion you’re wearing it for.

Worst fashion nightmare: Vidya Balan in Western clothes.

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Image: Kannada actor Sanjjanaa Galrani
Photographs: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com

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My style: Anything quirky, sexy ;-)

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Kamya Arora

Profession: TV journalist

I’m wearing: Wide leg pants with cotton blouse which I picked from a local flea market. The bow is from Fab India.

My sense of style: Anything quirky, eccentric, understated and sexy

Fashion tip: It's always good to consult an expert before assuming that certain outfits look good on you. A great way to start would be by following the fashion magazines. If you’re a newbie, don’t hesitate to ask around for help.

Fashion nightmare: People who pretend they know everything about fashion but end up making a fool of themselves because of their over-smartness.


Image: Kamya Arora, TV journalist
Photographs: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com

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Fashion nightmare? People copying fashion blindly

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Roshita Jain

Profession: Student, INIFD, Indore

I’m wearing: A peach coloured cocktail dress from Globus

My sense of style: Cute and comfortable

Fashion tip: Know your body type and pick something that you can carry off with ease.

Fashion nightmare: Fat people copying fashion blindly; oversized people wearing ill-fitting clothes.

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Image: Roshita Jain, student, INIFD, Indore
Photographs: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com

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Be yourself, be comfortable

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Lavina Singhal

Profession: Marketing manager, Thomson Reuters

I'm wearing: My sister-in-law Payal Singhal's Indo western creation from her latest line.

My sense of style: I like to wear clothes that are simple, easy-going and trendy.

Fashion tip: Be yourself, be comfortable

Worst fashion nightmare: People aping clothes that don’t appeal to their personality; if you’re not comfortable in what you wear you’ll be fidgeting all the time.


Photographs: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com

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