#FashionIconFriday: 3 Sartorial Lessons from Jacqueline Fernandez


This Bollywood beauty has been the talk of the town for phenomenal sense of fashion and she just landed the Bazaar Bride’s cover. Needless to say, we couldn’t help but share the top three things you can learn from Jacqueline Fernandez’s stunning sartorial style:

Breezy tunics are ideal for the summer, and Jacqueline pulls off this Dev R Nil tunic with irresistible finesse. We think her look is so chic & so on trend, wouldn’t you agree?  Oh and in case you’d like to get her look, here are three fantastic options.



L-R: Violet & Orange Printed Dress – Hemant & Nandita, Ice Blue Printed Tunic – Dev R Nil, Black & Ivory Printed Tunic – AM:PM

Saris are the most elegant of ensembles, but Jacqueline gets bonus points for making them look more elegant (and regal) than we’ve seen in a long, long time. Key takeaway? It’s all about the perfect blouse. The sheer sleeves in the Manish Malhotra ensemble and the completely sleeveless Gaurav Gupta sari gown are two completely different but incredibly covetable looks.


We haven’t really come across someone as passionate about stripes as Jaqcueline, and rightly so, stripes have never looked better on anyone. Even though the look with the red stripes & gold embellished shoulders could be a bit much for some, we think she nailed it with complete perfection.


We’re super impressed with this rising star’s fierce & fearless sense of style. A true go-getter in the world of fashion & beyond, she’s truly setting the runways on fire and we cant wait to see what else she has in store!



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