Wardrobe In just a little over a year since her December 2018 debut with Kedarnath, Sara Ali Khan has already managed to make a name for herself in Bollywood. Whether she’s attending a red carpet event or a wedding, the actor never fails to make an impact with her fashion choices.
But take a closer look at her style files, and you’ll note that it’s her off-duty dressing choices that deserve a special mention. From taking on bold neon separates to playing it safe in breezy white kurtas, the star has aced every look till date.
It’s no secret that Sara Ali Khan loves breezy kurtas, and her off-duty wardrobes includes multiple versions—like that white kurta featuring neon detailing she wore to catch a flight, and her blue chikankari number. On the days when she is not stepping out in ethnic numbers, Khan relies on fuss-free track pants, preferably in standout hues. Case in point: that mint green Puma tracksuit she was spotted in earlier this week. She also likes to wear her track pants with roomy sweatshirts for days full of errands. The other silhouettes that feature heavily in the casual section of her closet include skinny jeans, tank tops and mini dresses.
In sync with her wardrobe choices, the actor keeps things spruced up in the accessory department as well. From striped tote bags to the versions featuring mirror work, she makes sure to pick pieces that elevate her outfits. Coming to her footwear, you’ll spot everything from white and pastel sneakers to embroidered juttis in her repertoire. Scroll ahead for a closer peek inside Sara Ali Khan’s off-duty wardrobe.
ara Ali Khan’s love for merry florals extends to the full spectrum of colours, usually accompanied by coordinated floral motifs in her accessory kit. If you’re looking to level up on the customary summer pastels, allow her to convince you to give vivid florals a try. For a recent public appearance, she opted for playful floral earrings that mirrored the multi-hued embroidery of her sharara set.
When not on the clock, you’ll find her favouring high-impact kurtas and all the bells and whistles that go with. A quick dash to the airport calls for ivory kurta sets, juttis and chunky jhumkas, while the multi-hued sequinned kurta from a quick visit to Varanasi had her opting for floral diamond earrings.