Some people keep their fave outfits for the rest of their lives, while others wea them for a short while before discarding them. In a world where you can shop until your wallet drops, be a fashionista who can rehash your outfits with smart styling hacks and make them look as amazing as they were when you first got them home.
The need to recycle remains the need of the hour especially now. With the fashion world introducing trends every season, it calls for wardrobe updates no doubt, but think of the damage it can lead to the environment as well. Here’s the best inspiration you can take! Actress Sonali Bendre made a similar case yesterday and girl, did she leave all of us stunned in her two-decade-old Rohit Bal jacket?
Sonali taped an episode of Super Dancer Chapter 4 recently re-wearing her Rohit Bal jacket for the third time with a tan James Perse grey tee and tan suede pants by Joseph. We heart the incorporation of an ethnic piece into such a contemporary look. Currently slaying the layering game, she paired her well-styled casuals with loafer heels, multi-coloured chunky neckpieces from Anavila and Curio Cottage. The actress also complemented the look with matte complexion, glittery eyeshadow, black eyeliner, filled-in eyebrows, peach lipstick and center-parted wavy hair.
The diva wore this vintage copper gold-brownish hued ankle-length jacket for the first time 20 year ago smiling next to King Khan. This timeless piece embellished featured full sleeves, golden embroidery, entailed buttons and V-shaped cuffs which was donned again for Ekta Kapoor’s Diwali party in 2017. Both being a whole ethereal vibe!
On the topic of loving to witness celebrities repeating their favourite pieces, Deepika Padukone is another name to fall into the list. Our dimpled queen's favourite off-duty look? A nude loose satin co-ord with an oversized brown overcoat. Beige is the colour of the season and Ms. Padukone is definitely abiding by the same outfit in that hue throughout her multiple airport looks. And we're here for it!
We’re ready to rummage through all the clothes we’ve forgotten about because what’s old is absolutely gold and the above is the proof we all needed. How often do you think one should upcycle their ensembles? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.