We have absolutely no quips in admitting to our irrevocable and irreversible LOVE for the Gen Z girl, Alia Bhatt. Clinching fame with her exuberant and brilliant her on-screen presence, Vogue aptly called this buzz as The Age of Alia in their February edition earlier this year. Leaving behind a hot trail with her sartorial and sophisticated influence, Alia Bhatt’s penchant to add zing to an otherwise plain affair of style is quite unmissable. The 24 year old actress graduated from being a Student of the Year in 2012, reinventing herself with each role and steadily making her way to super-stardom with her incredible talent, spunk and versatility. This year saw Alia Bhatt bask in the success of Badrinath Ki Dulhania essaying the role of the strong, resilient and independent Vaidehi Trivedi. Pulling off a style coupe that featured luxe designer wear, smart casuals, opulent red carpet ensembles and all things minimal and chic, Alia Bhatt was the cynosure of every fashion lover. Sparking off trends for other millennials to follow, Alia Bhatt does it all so modestly and with her affable-infectious nature.
Keen on imbibing the mantra of sprucing up her looks every time she steps out, Alia Bhatt finds her footing firmly on the style grounds, courtesy fashion stylists Ami Patel and Sanjay Kumar Dauhaliya. Understanding the millennia’s persona and creating a niche style map, the duo never shies from experimental with Alia Bhatt and the wondrous results a worthy affirmation. While we can rave and rant endlessly on Alia Bhatt, here are some of her most sought after styles of 2017.
At the launch of Karan Johar’s autobiography, ‘An Unsuitable Boy’, Alia lent support to her mentor and looked chic whilst at it, proving that jumpsuits are here to stay even in 2017. She sported a strapless, cropped and monochromatic jumpsuit from H&M teaming it with a mustard collared long jacket from The Label Life. Sans accessories, strappy metallic sandals, delicately lined eyes, pretty pink eyes and a non-fussy high bun rounded out her look.
For the 62nd Filmfare Awards 2017, Alia Bhatt epitomized modern glamour with a fawn styled heavily textured and voluminous Prabal Gurung gown featuring a flounce and train. A palm cuff from Aurelle and solitaire earrings from Carat Lane, with a subtle makeup and a simple textured ponytail rounded up her look.
Sending everyone in a state of frenzy, Alia Bhatt sashayed down the red carpet of the Zee Cine Awards 2017 in a pink saree with cat motifs all over, a collaborative effort of Alia’s stylist Ami Patel and Madhurya. Alia’s peach pink saree was aptly paired with a pink sleeveless blouse, a pair of golden jhumkas from Jaipur Gems, a neat off-centre parted bun and smoky eyes with a blue bindi.
For the HT Most Stylish Awards 2017, Alia Bhatt chose a white short dress with a long trail on one side from Reem Acra and flaunted a sleek middle-parted low back pony with minimal makeup.
Unveiling a smoky avatar at the 7th Gr8! Women Awards held in Dubai, Alia Bhatt who was styled by Lakshmi Lehr, picked out a red and backless Christian Dior gown from their Spring/ Summer 2017 collection featuring a solid bodice with two additional signature label back straps and a voluminous tulle skirt that contrasted well with the fitted upper half. A set of rings from Isharya with a non-messy bun, a bold red lip colour and red eye shadow blended perfectly with the ensemble.
For Karan Johar’s birthday party, Alia took to her favourite designer Prabal Gurung and wore his porcelain and noir ribbon text printed silk jacquard V-neck dress replete with pleated sleeves and script printed extended grosgrain inserts. Sporting a minimal makeup accentuated by bold eyes and nude pink lips and wore her hair in a messy bun.
For IIFA 2017 event, Alia Bhatt decided to glamourize the good-old denims with a customized Masaba Gupta creation featuring a bow-tie top in a KiteFish print with flared denim pants & a sheer organza jacket with thread work. Sans accessories, Alia rounded out the look with minimal makeup of soft pink lips, delicately lined eyes, and signature wispy eyebrows.
Wowing everyone with her multi coloured crystal detailed Zahair Murad voluminous ball gown for IIFA Awards 2017, Alia flaunted her décolletage and perfectly cinched waist finishing out the look with a subtle makeup of defined eyes, pink lips and wispy eyebrows, a slick centre parted updo.
Off-duty looks are her forte and for Imtiaz Ali’s birthday bash in the city, Alia Bhatt wore a lace cami top tucked into a pair of distressed denims. Effortlessly nailing the trend of summer layering, Alia donned a bright ochre bench bed print cape jacket from the House of Masaba and rounded out her look with a Stella McCartney sling, white Dior pumps and a dewy makeup of bright lips and a half updo.
For the Lokmat Style Awards 2017, Alia Bhatt chose a classic chikan hand-embroidered Abu Jani- Sandeep Khosla creation featuring a cropped blouse with bell sleeves and a skirt. Minimal makeup of delicately lined eyes and pink lips with a textured ponytail rounded out her look.
For the Lux Golden Rose Awards 2017, Alia Bhatt chose a bright red embroidered Teuta Matoshi Duriqi voluminous gown and upped the look with bright red lips, well-defined eyes and sleek hair left open.
Alia Bhatt picked out the Viewer’s Choice Best Actress Award wearing an electric blue Atelier Zuhra gown with a subtle makeup of nude lips and eyes and a messy updo.
Nailing a plethora of style vibes, Alia Bhatt never fails to dish out lessons that can instantly uplift your mood, wardrobe woes and render you as CHIC as Alia herself! As a bona fide star kid, Alia Bhatt, armed with oodles of confidence will soon share screen space with Amitabh Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor in director Ayan Mukherji’s next venture, Brahmastra and also in Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy opposite Ranveer Singh.
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