4 Celeb-Inspired Jackets To Take You Through The Indian Winters
The only jackets that work well for Indian winters!
The time is here where long naps are mandatory and a steaming cup of hot cocoa becomes a necessity. We are talking about comforting Indian winters that make the environment around so beautifully pleasant. While winters in India are varied in different regions, we are particularly talking about the slight nip in the air that seems like a cosy hug. And no, you don't always have to borrow a heavy parka from your cousins abroad as lightweight jackets would be ideal for Indian winters. Here are some celeb-inspired jackets that will make sure the colder months are not only beautiful but stylishly comfortable too!
White blazers have never looked so good. Sonam wore this Sharon Wauchob blazer with a matching silk skirt and boy, she looked stunning. This will be a great choice if you are looking for a lightweight fabric like silk that not only looks good but can be easily worn from desk to drinks too.
The 'Pati Patni Aur Woh' star is riding in all her glory. She definitely has won accolades for her performance in 'SOTY 2' and is quickly becoming the audience's favourite with her 'girl next door' outfit choices. This denim jacket is an absolute must-have for this winter. You can wear it in many ways and can also efficiently layer it with a ribbed top or even a knit scarf.
After winning over audiences with her beautiful Harpers Bazaar US cover, the queen bee of Bollywood surprised one and all with a beautiful brown jacket, which can be worn at the airport or with a short dress/jeans/. Cinched with a belt or left as it is, the jacket is top-notch for a casual look. Psst... you can even wear it at the office to look stylish while saving yourself from an overbearing AC.
Photo credit: Deepika Padukone
he Kensington Heritage check-lined cotton-gabardine trench coat
Honestly, we still can't get over how gorgeous Tara Sutaria looked at Malaika Arora's birthday bash. She sure set the temperature soaring in a barely-there string top and a jacket, which would be perfect to wear with such risque outfits or even a club. All you'll need is a jazzy blazer like this and attitude to make an impression.
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