8 celebrities who proved it's never too hot to wear brogues

Let those summer dresses look chicer with a pair of brogues.

  • Summer is for floral dresses, denim shorts, cool tops, and easy-breezy sandals. But what's the fun in adhering to conventions and stereotypes, especially when it comes to fashion? So how about completing your summer look with a not-so-summerish pair of brogues? Hell Yes! Try it on just like your favourite celebrities from B-Town. Check out their look:

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  • Sonam Kapoor
    Sonam's coordinated striped separates would have been incomplete without them black brogues, we say.

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  • Deepika Padukone
    A powder-blue summer dress, a grey bomber jacket, a cool, and an oversized tote made Deepika's casual style worth an applause. Those black brogues though-they took the limelight away because that's how amazing they look.

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  • Alia Bhatt
    Alia teamed a striped, high-neck tee with a printed, pleated skirt and finished her look with a pair of statement grey brogues that added oodles of chicness to her look.

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  • Parineeti Chopra
    Complementing the resort-wear vibe of Parineeti's sexy white dress is a pair of skin-coloured brogues that look absolutely stunning and chic.

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  • Sonakshi Sinha
    Sonakshi's block-heeled brogues are just what you need to rock that short dress and add length to your look without compromising on the comfort factor.

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  • Neha Dhupia
    We loved how Neha added a dash of glam to her otherwise cool and casual white shirt and blue jeans with a pair of silver pointed-toe brogues.

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  • Huma Qureshi
    Who would have thought of finishing that Indo-Bohemian, print-on-print outfit with a pair of tan brogues? Unconventional, fresh, and absolutely chic, we say.

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  • Esha Gupta
    Esha's striped dress couldn't have looked better without those tan-coloured brogues, we guarantee.

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