Deepika Padukone is classy, stylish and talented, all brewed up in one enigmatic combination. The lady has witty comebacks, knows when to be poised, and at the same time can disarm anyone with that dimpled smile. Intelligence and glam weaved into one, that is Deepika Padukone for you. So today, we bring to you some choicest attires of this leggy lass, when she totally bowled us over with her exquisite looks.
Take a look.
She looks gorgeous in the studded crop top with flowing pants. Finishing it off with berry lips. Isn’t she gorgeous?
She carries off this unusual pairing in such a subtle and beautiful way that we just skip a beat. Floral tunic with denims was what she wore at the launch of ‘Tamasha’ trailer. Slow claps.
When she looked resplendent and regal in this Sabyasachi avatar that she had donned for Asian Paints Nilaya Campain.
She stole our hearts yet again when she was the showstopper for Gauri and Nilaya at LFW 2009.
She paired nude and natural with bold and bronze, and came out looking like this, in a shimmering Gucci dress.
Fresh and radiant as ever, she rocked this simple white shift dress by Nimita Shah.
When she descended like an angel, at a tour to promote ‘Happy New Year’. With her hair half tied, cascading loosely, and red lips playing a naughty smile, she looked amazing.
She donned the bridal avatar to launch designer Puja Nayyar’s collection, and looked beguiling in this minimal makeup confident bride look.
She was gorgeous beyond words when she wore this heavy zardosi work lehenga. The blues and golds weaved a magic around her, which she finished off with a dash of red lipstick, and an elegant bun, at Delhi Couture Week, 2013.
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When she rocked embellished jeans like a pro, and we didn’t even dare bat an eyelid at the awesomeness oozing out of her!
She made a simple white and blue denim look so classy that we were panting for breath. And, yes, the cape too.
When she looked like a fashion marvel, and we the poor chaps who couldn’t keep a fabric in place. She sauntered in like a fairy all draped in sequins and red silk, and with that smile, stole our breaths away.