Deepika Padukone Opts for a Monochrome Look for her Airport Appearance and it's Worth Taking Some Inspiration From (View Pics)

Chandni Shah

Deepika Padukone was in Davos these days, making us proud like always. The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting invites various leaders to discuss the global, regional and industry agendas at the beginning of each year. This was DP's big debut at the event and needless to say, she made an amazing first impression. While her purple Alex Perry gown was the major highlight of this formal visit, we are still digging over her all-black ensemble that looked equal parts fun and powerful. Deepika Padukone Becomes The First Bollywood Star To Join The Louis Vuitton Family (View Post).

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Anyway, leaving her past outings behind, let's focus on her recent airport attire. The Padmaavat girl is already back to bay to be with her bae. Sounds cheesy, we know but can't help it. DP was clicked at Mumbai airport as she returned from Davos decked up in her all-winter attire. Pairing a hydra beige sweater with a matching trenchcoat and pants, Deepika surely gave us some amazing winter fashion goals that are hard to ignore. She further paired her look with oversized sunglasses and white shoes - that are an all-time classic. Deepika Padukone Has Her Winged Eyeliner On Fleek During the Latest Appearance at Davos 2020 (View Pic).

Deepika Padukone (Photo Credits: Yogen Shah)

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Deepika rarely goes wrong with her airport appearances. Her styling is usually on-fleek and there's very little scope to complain about her #ootd and #ootn. Hopefully, she won't disappoint us in future. On the work front, the actress will be next seen with beau Ranveer Singh in '83 where she plays Kapil Dev's wife, Romi Bhatia. She also has Shakun Batra's next with Ananya Panday and Siddhant Chaturvedi besides her mythological drama, Mahabharata where she plays Draupadi.