Sonam Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, and other celebs who are dressed so terribly that you'll want to avert your eyes, right now!

Sometimes, being trendy just isn't enough.

  • Our Bollywood celebrities are definitely the first ones to try out new fashion trends and then make them popular amongst all their fans. However, there's always scope for human error and even the best of the stylists and fashionistas can falter. But you know what? We can always learn from their mistakes. So, the lesson to take from here is simply the fact that donning the latest trends doesn't make you a fashionista, styling those pieces right does. Here, learn how to not let the 'it' trends' backfire from these celebs:

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  • Sonam Kapoor
    Out of all the celebrities in the world, you really don't expect her to be on a list of fashion faux pas-committers, but well, all of us have bad days, right? And Sonam in this absolutely drab an ill-fitted tulle maxi dress is just having that. Perhaps, a crisp updo and statement earrings would have made her outfit seem like less of a granny nighty. But for now, we've got to put up with those drab glasses that absolutely do nothing to help her situation.  


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  • Deepika Padukone
    Yes, paper-bag waist pants are all the rage this season, but when you need a pair of dark AF sunglasses to even look at those pants, it's not exactly the most fashionable piece to don. A cooler pair in a subtle colour and fabric is so much more pleasing to the eyes, we say.

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  • Alia Bhatt
    Denim-on-denim is a great way to create an impactful fashion statement, but not if you go for an unflattering denim crop-top with an equally unflattering denim skirt.


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  • Huma Qureshi
    We can't stop obsessing over torn boyfriend jeans, but if they are as ill-fitted as Huma's, kindly steer clear of them. On second thoughts, folding the unflattering, tapered bottom can be a saving grace in that case.

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  • Jacqueline Fernandez
    We are all for experimental flared pants, but not if they make you look like a clown right out of a circus. A subtle flare is way more elegant. Or just balancing out the OTT flared pants with a plain white top can also help you pull them off much better than Jacqueline.


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  • Katrina Kaif
    Pretty floral prints are the go-to summer trend that can make you look chic and feminine, but not if you decide to sport a drab print on ana equally drab and lousy maxi dress. The key is to give a very subtle beachy vibe and not look like a Hawaiian misadventure in life.

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  • Sussanne Khan
    From crop-tops to dresses to gowns to saris, fringes are literally ruling the fashion scene. But if you combine them with multi-coloured prints and different fabrics, you can end up looking like a confused mixture of trends just like Sussanne. Let one trend do the talking for you. Too many cooks, spoil the broth, remember?

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  • Sharddha Kapoor
    Never underestimate the sexiness quotient of the lampshading trend of wearing a super-short, shirt-like dress over a pair of over-the-knee boots. But all that sexiness can be ruined if your boots are as ill-fitted and loose as Shraddha's.

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  • Richa Chadda
    A pleated metallic skirt requires minimalism in order to keep the overall look balanced just as much as it needs a confident attitude of the wearer. While we have no doubts over the confident attitude in this case, a subtle top instead of the badged shirt would have certainly looked better with Richa's skirt.

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  • Yami Gautam
    Rompers can look amazing in summers, but don't you think Yami's extra-long one makes her look like a baby out of the Huggies diapers' advertisement? A shorter number with sleek heels or comfy white sneakers would have suited the petite actress way better, we say.

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