7 times B-Town celebs took the torn jeans trend so seriously that they literally ended up looking homeless

Because too many tears spoil the look.

  • Ladies, looking trendy is all good until you push your fashion game way too far and it backfires rather than making heads turn. Take the distressed denim trend for instance. It came, it conquered, and it's still very much there.

    However, there were times when our B-Tow fashionistas went overboard with the tears. So, the jeans that were supposed to look flattering on them made them seem homeless, on the contrary. Don't believe us? Take a look at what happened when these actresses went extreme on this denim trend:

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  • Parineeti Chopra
    The denim was literally 'over-torn' at the thigh area and even ruined Parineeti's chic top.

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  • Alia Bhatt
    Similar was the case with Alia's overtly distressed denim, which couldn't even be saved by her plaid shirt and printed tee.

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  • Shraddha Kapoor
    We would have let Shraddha's not-as-extreme bottoms pass. But, the unflattering fit and worse still--those chappals simply ruined everything for the actress.

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  • Priyanka Chopra
    Had it not been for the unflattering fit, we would have let Priyanka's distressed number pass too.

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  • Anushka Sharma
    If there was to be one more slit/cut on Anushka's jeans, it would have seriously ripped open. God! It's disturbing, to say the least.

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  • Deepika Padukone
    Deepika, it seemed, was literally wearing her star status that day. If only her jeans weren't so distressed. Tsk Tsk.

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  • Sonakshi Sinha
    Dear Sonakshi, just because you're the casual-fashion queen, it doesn't mean you can get away with wearing those jeans. For God's sake, never again!

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