A fashion guru’s life can be quite perplexing. Too many favourites, I can’t decide on just one outfit for the day, and I can’t wear the same thing every day of the week. Sounds like a daunting task, doesn’t it? The ability to wear your favourite outfits repeatedly while making them look new can be improved. Here’s how Malaika made repeating outfits look so cool.
Whether you follow fashion trends religiously or simply wear whatever is available, there are no rules that say you can’t pull off anything with your sartorial magic. The Hud Hud Dabangg starlet inspires us to repeat clothes and portrays it as a therapeutic exercise that is beneficial to both the environment and us. Check out how Mala aced her style game more than once for a mutual benefit that works fantastically.
Even tried-and-true outfits look new on our style icon. When she jetted off in December 2020, she went for a sporty look by layering it over Alexander Wang’s grey sports bra and high-waisted paper bag denim jeans. It’s all about the Gucci bag and the white Reebok shoes. Having coloured herself in the year 2019 with
Don’t have time to get your flight looking its best? Take a look at Mala and learn your lesson. She was spotted at the airport in July wearing a neon orange blazer with a printed sports bra and ripped jeans. Do the pants look familiar? She’s worn it more times than you can count and still looks like it’s worth wearing a million times. In September, she wore it to a restaurant, pairing it with a white sports bra and a black leather jacket. Different shoes, same mask, but play your game like a diva.
Just as your LBDs won’t let you forget how chic they are, white will soon catch up and become your go-to fashion companion. White dresses can be difficult to keep clean, but with a dress this cute, you’ll forget about it. In June of this year, the Pataakha dancer wore Deme Love’s off-the-shoulder mini dress with floral mules. In 2018, she added an edgy twist to the look by wearing it with a Gucci clutch and Christian Louboutin black heels.
The holographic trend should be revived. What’s not to like about the trippy colours it comes in? Mala practiced it twice and perfected it. In September, she was photographed in the city wearing a nude-hued printed tank top with a Gucci belt and holographic pants. Her Fendi tote bag and Reebok sneakers added to the opulence. The last time she wore it, she paired it with a white shirt, the same Gucci belt, a Louis Vuitton sling bag, and shoes with blue contrast details.
Fall fashion at its cosiest. Only Malaika could have presented it to us in the best possible light. In 2019, she paired her maroon leather pants with a multicoloured sweater. Suede beige heeled boots and a black tote completed her airport ensemble. She wore it for the first time a year ago, but with different jeans. Her bag and heels had nothing in common.
If you prefer to dress simply, this Karwa Chauth simply pick up your old kurta and put it on. Mala chose this blue printed knee-length kurta with lace embroidery and bell sleeves to paint the streets blue in 2019 and 2020. She completed her look with white kurta pants with gold-colored horizontal stripes at the hemline.
If there’s anyone who can wear it all and fit one dress into multiple locations flawlessly, it’s the diva. Malaika partnered the front cut-out strappy white dress with circular-framed sunnies in 2019. She demonstrated how to wear it again, but this time with Chloé heels, a Louis Vuitton bag, and a brown blazer. Do you want to accessorise your look with neck chains? Take a chance.
Not once, but twice, the Chaiyya Chaiyya star got us ready to party. Just look at her in Dhruv Kapoor’s creation, which was sensuously wonderful. In 2020, she dressed up the look with a snakeskin-patterned belt bag and mid-calf boots. She wore this white shirt dress inspired by the Victorian era with Stuart Weitzman embroidered boots and a Gucci belt for the first time for a family outing in 2017.