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Style

We take a look at who wore what and how these celebs fared on the fashion charts.

Co-ord power

The designated style star of B-town, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, wore an Anamika Khanna printed, matching separates in yet another airport look. We like how she's accessorised the outfit with chunky ethnic silver jewellery, a black sling bag, and a pair of round retro sunglasses. While a colourful pout rather than this taupe shade she's worn would have brought some hue to this black-and-white look, there's no denying that one can hardly find any fault with Sonam's ensemble. The actor aces this look.

Ruffle it up in red

There's no arguing that Katrina Kaif is stunning as she is. but we can't remember the last time she ever opted for a look that didn't scream safe'. donning a red tiered and ruffled ermanno scervino number (one with a necktie detail) that kaif paired with a pair of tan peep-toe sandals with cut-out detailing, here's an ensemble that probably would have been missed had it not been on the gorgeous actor. a variation in the hairdo, rather than the regular lightly-tousled hair that she's left down, would have helped amp up this look.

Classic yet glam

Timeless beauty these words best describe Madhuri Dixit-Nene. At a recent outing, Madhuri looked as graceful as ever wearing ivory, floral Anarkali set by Varun Bahl. The actor teamed her outfit with a pair of silver chandelier earrings from Karishma Mehra's brand Joolry. Not only is ivory a shade to take to given the soaring temperature, but Madhuri's Anarkali is also proof that a classic flared silhouette is your best bet this season.

Try ethnic blues

Count on Sonakshi Sinha to oscillate between stunning ethnic looks and stylish contemporary attires. Over the past few days, Sinha's styling has been in sync with the character she plays in her just-released period drama. And we must say she has carried each look with grace. The actor looks chic in this ink blue hand-embroidered kurta set by Anita Dongre. She has teamed the ethnic outfit with mirrored jhumkas and a ring by Ritika Sachdeva, and slipped into a pair of Kolhapuris by Stoffa. We like how she's accentuated her desi avatar with a simple bindi.