8 surprisingly relatable outfits of Sonam Kapoor

Trust us, her casual game is just as strong as her OTT red-carpet statements.

  • Sonam Kapoor is the most experimental fashion diva in B-Town. Unlike her contemporaries, the term playing it safe just doesn't exist in her dictionary. But if you think you can't do anything more than simply being in awe of her eccentric outfits, then you need to check out these very relatable, girl-next-door looks of this actress.

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  • The Sweatshirt-Backpack Look
    Isn't Sonam giving us college-girl fashion vibes in this sweatshirt-sports shoes-backpack combo?

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  • The Sexy Specsy Look
    Sonam in her checkered shirt, comfy jeans, statement tee, and those quirky glasses is pulling off the nerdy-chic look like a boss.

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  • The Geet Look

    Remember how the Delhi University fashion scene became all about casual kurtis and Patiala salwars after Jab We Met? Isn't Sonam's attire shouting out, "Sikhni hu main Bhatinada ki"? Just replace the salwar with dhoti pants, and make that relatable sikhni, please.

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  • The Upgraded College-Girl Look
    We say upgraded because palazzo pants are summerish and very much in vogue this season. Did we mention breezy and comfortable?

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  • The Off-Duty Look
    Sonam in a comfy tee, jeans, and chappals is perfect for a chilled-out, laid-back day.

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  • The Dinner-Date Look
    A polka-dot blouse with a midi skirt and pointed-toe ballerinas is all you need to look fashionable and flirty on that dinner date with bae.

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  • The Summer-Ethnic Look
    A white cotton kurta with a loose-fitting salwar--it can't get more comfortable and breezy during those scorching hot days.

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  • The Denim-On-Denim Look
    This look isn't just topping the casual-fashion charts right now, but is also very gettable.

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