Alia Bhatt Repeats Zimmermann Dress in Riddhima Birthday’s Celebration
Alia Bhatt has been noticed out and about the city very often nowadays, and the Sadak 2 actor who’s all about the minimalistic model is all the time trying stylish in her comfortable ensembles. All the time sporting masks in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The actor was noticed on Monday as she made her method to beau Ranbir Kapoor’s sister, Riddhima Kapoor Sahni’s birthday bash the place Ranbir, and cousins, Karisma Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan, have been additionally current.
And whereas the bash made a few headlines, it was Alia’s alternative of clothes that bought everybody speaking. Within the number of footage posted on social media. Alia could be seen sporting a brief floral gown with lace detailing by Zimmermann, and the rationale the dress has everybody speaking is that Alia wore it as soon as earlier than two years in the past. When she attended most generous good friend Akansha Ranjan Kapoor’s party. Again then too, the gown from Zimmermann’s 2018 resort assortment made headlines as Malaika Arora and Shraddha Kapoor have been additionally noticed sporting it.
Shraddha wore the gown for the trailer launch of her movie Batti Gul Meter Chalu co-starring Shahid Kapoor. In contrast, Malaika wore the dress for an evening out, she had her hair pulled again, sporting deep pink lipstick and finishing the look with wedges.
Two years in the past, Alia sported the frilly gown with a sling bag, strappy heels, minimal make-up and her hair styled in crown-style braids, with the remainder of her hair hanging free.
For Riddhima’s birthday, Alia wore comparable strappy heels, her hair free and masks masking her face. The actor sported an Apple watch and wore a Chanel sling bag to finish her look, she was sporting minimal make-up as usual. This isn’t the primary time Alia has repeated outfits, the actor has fairly often repeated a few of her favourite companies, paying no heed to the unsaid ‘no repeats’ rule for Bollywood celebrities, and that’s very relatable.