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Summer styles inspired from Katrina, Sonam, Deepika

April 06, 2017 11:15 IST
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No weather can stop your style game!

We told you how to beat the rising heat, with some inspiration from the movies.

Now, it's time to update your wardrobe with the latest summer trends.

Need some help? Bollywood comes to the rescue once again!

Photograph: Katrina Kaif/Facebook

The halter neck top, blue shorts and white sneakers are a total win for this season. 

Photograph: Shraddha Kapoor/Twitter

Tie your hair in a half pony, wear a crop top and shorts and pair it with a light overcoat.

Photograph: Deepika Padukone/Twitter

White lace is the perfect theme  for the summers.

Photograph: Alia Bhatt/Twitter

A cute summer dress is so relaxing.

Photograph: Priyanka Chopra/Twitter

Keep your style game on point with a plain top, a pencil skirt and stilettos.

Photograph: Anushka Sharma/Twitter

Travel easy with a cool top and flowing skirt.

Photograph: Sonam Kapoor/Twitter

Add some jewellry to your white outfit to make it even more trendy.

Photograph: Jacqueline Fernandez/Twitter

Boots can never go out of fashion, in summer or winter.

Photograph: Sunny Leone/Twitter

Beach wear on a sunny day.

Photograph: Malaika Arora/Twitter

A loose spaghetti top with denims: Thumbs up!

Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

A maxi dress can be the perfect summer dress too, if you know how to wear it!

Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Formal yet comfortable, team your jumpsuit with a blazer. Besides, yellow is such a sunny colour!

Photograph: Sonakshi Sinha/Twitter

A tank top with an off shoulder top will keep your style game on point.

Photograph: Bipasha Basu/Twitter

Put on a white shorts with a matching top and you're good to go.

Photograph: Athiya Shetty/Twitter

This asymmetric top and pants is a winner.

Photograph: Saiyami Kher/Twitter

Put on a gunjee and pair it with tights.

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