In this round of India's most bizarre pants, check out these celebrities
And the winner is… Well, you'll have to see for yourself.
There's no denying the fact that classics like the little black dress and the good-old blue jeans are all safe and fashionable. However, making the same safe outfit choices can get a tad bit boring and monotonous in life. Hence, a funky twist is all we need to reinvent the classics and rock them like never before.
Yes, sometimes those twists can go a notch higher and become more bizarre than quirky, but it's all about pulling them off with just the right attitude and confidence.
Take a cue to nail the trend of donning some really weird pants from these Bollywood celebrities:
What do you do when you're bored of wearing the same, old bell-bottom pants again and again? Well, you get over them and move on to a pair of quirky pants with an extreme flare at the bottom just like Raveena.
In fact, you can even ditch the flare completely for frilled bottom and a bold zipper to create a statement like Jacqueline. But unlike Jacqueline, keep the upper minimal to balance out your loud pants.
However, if you're a ripped-jeans lover, but also can't get enough of flared bottoms, go the Saiyami way in a pair of tattered-hem jeans. Just pair them up with a structured, sophisticated top and a pair of tall heels to avoid looking like a homeless wreck.
This one's for all you lazy bums, who like to keep it cool and comfy most of the times. You've got to bag a pair of snuggly velvet pajamas like Alia's. You can pair them with a plain tank top or a statement tee and a denim jacket. A minimalistic bomber jacket too can do wonders with such pants.
A super-shiny pair of high-waist pants like the one Deepika donned at a friend's birthday bash is all you need to make heads turn. But blindly follow Deepika for this one and go for an absolutely minimalistic top to avoid looking like a toffee wrapper at a formal do.
If too much bling is not your thing, then opt for prismatic, unicorn pants just like Malaika's. Again, keep the upper minimal and structured.
We don't particularly like Kriti's pant-skirt fusion, but if you think you've got the confidence, go for the kill, we say.