In Giorgio Armani

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For the launch of Hello! magazine’s latest issue (of which she is the cover girl), Shraddha picked an Armani suit. With her hair partially pinned back, the actor finished out the look with understated make-up, chain-strap Dior bag and black pumps.

What could’ve been a fun look ended up being a damp squib! Don’t get us wrong, she definitely pulled off the printed suit, it was the hair however that was a downer… Paired with the suit, less Brooklyn hipster and more Bravo housewife!

Shraddha Kapoor In Giorgio Armani At Hello! Magazine's Issue Launch-1

Shraddha Kapoor At Hello! Magazine’s Issue Launch

Shraddha Kapoor In Giorgio Armani At Hello! Magazine's Issue Launch-2

Shraddha Kapoor At Hello! Magazine’s Issue Launch

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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  1. Could you please explain what your ‘housewife’ kind of comparison mean? I find them really offensive. Most of our moms and grand-moms are housewives and they have their own dignity and poise in terms of dressing. If you don’t like these tv soap kinda hairdos kindly find some other adjective and avoid using terms like ‘housewife’, ‘sister’wife’ etc.

  2. Her stylist does work hard to put together different looks for Shraddha and while she does look good in almost all of them (no easy feat! never found her tacky or inappropriate) she lacks the zing. Certain looks (like this one) require a personality to pack a punch but in her case it falls quite flat. Love the suit, though.

  3. I think for once we should not draw similarities to some ‘housewife’ if the person in question looks lovely. Moreover, the way P&P mention it, they make the word look disparaging!

    Anyway, in my opinion, she looks classy here! The hairstyle was done to make her give a “tall” appearance with the attire given Shraddha’s short frame. She is totally rocking it. Love the makeup!

  4. Yikes! My eyes . Just becUse it’s an Armani and its Shraddha Kapoor wearing it , does not make it ok. The fit also looks off and there way too much print. Reminded me of the 80s and the black and white snow on our TVs


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