From being on the cover of most leading magazines, to gliding down the runway in couture as a showstopper for India’s biggest designers, actress Jacqueline Fernandez is living every girl’s dream.
However, being in the spotlight all the time comes with its fair share of problems. How does she come up with a different outfit for the many events she has lined up without a little ‘cheat and repeat’? The answer is simple. She puts her brilliant style smarts to use, and so can you. Here’s what you can learn from Bollywood’s leading lady on dressing to impress.
1. She knows how to stand out while keeping it simple
Anyone can throw on an OTT outfit and call it fashion. But true style reflects in minimalism, clean lines and keeping it simple. Jacqueline has mastered the art of taking a basic top-to-toe white look and making it a cutting edge style statement, or picking an LBD with little details that make it stand out in a sea of Audrey Hepburn doppelgangers.
2. She doesn’t shy away from colour
While a lot of women shy away from sporting two different shades of orange in the same outfit or totally owning a neon pink gown, Jacqueline throws caution to the wind and picks the happiest hues she can get her manicured hands on. You go girl!
3. She shows homegrown designers serious love
Ms. Fernandez happily supports Indian designers by wearing their outfits as frequently as her international labels. From Sabyasachi to Atsu, Yogesh Chaudhary, Nikhil Thampi and Nimish Shah among others, she has worn and looked phenomenal in them all! You can do the same by checking out our limited edition designer collections at a fraction of the price here.
4. She packs a punch with prints
Only a true visionary understands the impact a power print can make. Jacqueline has been known to steal the limelight in bold prints by Cavalli, Moschino, Burberry and Peter Pilotto to name a few.
5. She loves to experiment
Steering clear of boring basics you can throw on with your eyes shut, Jacqueline often opts for an edgier approach to personal style with printed tuxedos, feathers, sequins, lace gowns and avant-garde crop tops that position her at the top of the trend charts, over and over again.