The Cannes Film Festival ended this weekend and we bring you all the looks Bollywood beauty Deepika Padukone wore during the festival. From casual jeans and white tees to jaw-dropping gowns, we loved them – most of them atleast cause we felt some didn’t live up to Cannes standards.
On day 1 of the Cannes Film Festival 2018, Deepika Padukone donned three different looks.
Her look consisted of a knotted white crop top with a pair of mid-rise denims. It was a little – no may be a way too casual attire to wear to the film festival. The saving grace there thought was the tinted retro glasses she wore.
She impressed us with her second look – a striped Tome NYC dress with a plunging neck line. The bell sleeves received brownie points from us.
Deepika’s third look – a Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini geometric-print dress with huge candy-pink heart earrings was awesome.
Day 2 and we were loving Deepika’s fashion some more. First, she wore a beautiful white lace gown by Zuhair Murad. The sleeveless figure-hugging gown with a plunging neckline and white shimmering stones with a matching cape was part of Zuhair Murad’s Fall 2018 Bridal Collection. The light makeup and minimal jewelry helped us love the look more.
Her second look was a Monique Lhuillier flowy dress, with shoes from Maison Valentino and earrings by Nitya Arora’s Valliyan.
She disappointed us with this casual airport look at the Cannes. Deepika, denim jeans and white tops aren’t apt for any Cannes outings, PLEASE MAKE NOTE!
Well, she made up for that disappointment with this look. Deepika wore the FW18 Gemma Suit in Ultraviolet and stole our hearts.
Later in the day, she was clicked looking gorgeous by the sea in this gold dress from Alberta Ferretti’s Fall Winter 2018 collection. Loving it right?
We love this look! It may be a little too much but let’s face it, that fashion at Cannes. This ruffled mullet-cut fuchsia Ashi Studio SS18 Couture dress was a total hit Deepika. That’s how you slay it on the carpet.
For the Chopard Party, Deepika wore a beautiful black, plunging neck, mermaid style gown by Marcell Von Berlin. Aren’t you digging this look?