Our Fav Fashionista of all the time

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The cinema and the TV industry nationally and globally may have given us a lot of cringeworthy moments, but what it also gave us is some of the best fashion inspos by some of the best characters. You just can’t deny it; some of the styles are still widely followed across the country years after the releases. Let’s take a look at our favourite fashionista characters from our favourite movies and TV shows!

 

> Poo In K3G

Us, along with the rest of the population who has seen K3G knows that if there’s one character we all low key want to be like, it’s Poo. She was sophisticated, sexy, and her clothes were every girl’s dream during that time.

 

> Veronica in Cocktail

Deepika Padukone as the ultimate party girl with her glammed up dresses and bohemian beach looks still manages to make us stop and stare till we have admired for longer than we intended to.

 

> Mastani in Bajirao Mastani

Once again, Deepika managed to leave us awestruck because in all those traditional outfits and neutral makeup throughout the movie, she slayed like the queen she was meant to be!

 

> Aisha in Aisha

Sonam Kapoor became a fashion diva in her movie Aisha, long before she became a diva IRL.

 

> Blair and Serena in Gossip Girl

Blair and Serena’s fashion game was always on point, even if their BFF game was rocky a few times. Serena, the ultimate party girl and Blair, the sophisticated and chic uptown girl.

 

> Rachel in Friends

Fun fact : Rachel’s style is as fun and timeless as the show. We all know it and we all believe in it solemnly!

 

Which one of the characters do you connect with the most? Let us know in the comments below.

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