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Deepika Padukone, Malaika Arora sartorial choices make us wish we could rob their wardrobes

Deepika Padukone, Malaika Arora sartorial choices make us wish we could rob their wardrobes

Deepika Padukone, Malaika Arora sartorial choices make us wish we could rob their wardrobes – Deepika Padukone, Vaani Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Malaika Arora dazzle us with their fashion choices this week.

Hello gorgeous! Deepika Padukone is neck deep in her promotional activities for Padmavati and in between her busy schedule, she’s successfully juggling with her fashion appearances. Sometimes traditional and otherwise modern, DP knows how to strike a chord with the fashion followers like us. And among her great fashion outings in the last week, the one that stood out was her ethnic saree from the house of Raw Mango. Her golden striped saree just made her look like a real-life princess. Deepika should just stick to being traditional as she can never go wrong with that.

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Oh Malaika Arora, how can you look so hot all the time! She’s like the feminine version of King Midas from our childhood tales who turns anything into a gold with her mere touch. Kudos to this beauty for pulling off any attire and nailing it like never before. For her recent episode of India’s Next Top Model, the diva chose a bright orange Balmain pantsuit with a smokin’ hot black bralet.Pairing it with black pumps and matching choker, she just proved why she can never go wrong with her fashion choices. And even if she does, she knows how to bounce back again.

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Deepika Padukone, Malaika Arora sartorial choices make us wish we could rob their wardrobes

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