Yami Gautam – The fair and lovely beauty is counted amongst the sartorial stunners of tinsel town. She excels at enlisting the styling sensibilities of varied fashion stylists as the occasion demands and roping in an always chic vibe. Her short hair adds to the spunk as Yami turns muse to some tricky creations and pulls them all off with an enviable elan. A worthy testimony to this ability is when Yami made a stunning style statement in the infallible black recently as she stepped out for a round of interviews for her last release, the critically and commercially appraised film, Uri. Her minimal chic style that was a sleek black dress featuring a hint of red is just for INR 10,399/-.
Celebrity inspired styles give a much needed new lease of life to our wardrobes. Attempting a said style in a refreshing way is always intriguing and we are perennially in the pursuit of such looks. Here is a closer look at how Yami revamped the good old black dress and upped it with a stunning beauty game.
Yami Gautam – Sleek in Black
Yami chose a trench dress from the Delhi based label, Genes by designer Lecoanet Hemant.
Priced at INR 10,399/-, the statement dress was from the collection titled Equestrian Connection. Yami stepped into sleek black pointy toes and flaunted rings from Misho Designs.
Subtle makeup complimented the look as hairstylist Natasha styled Yami’s short hair into textured waves.
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Style Cues to Steal from Yami Gautam
A trench dress is now a wardrobe staple as exemplified by Meghan Markle in her appearances last year. In addition to being sophisticated and chic, a trench dress is transitional too. Choose one with strappy heels for the summers and layer it with knee-high boots in the nippy weather.
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Uri – The Surgical Strike, the action film written and directed by debutant Aditya Dhar, produced by Ronnie Screwvala featured Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal, Mohit Raina and Yami Gautam in lead roles. The film is based on the 2016 Indian Army’s surgical strikes on Pakistan as retaliation for the Uri attack and released on January 11, 2019.