We Bet Alia Bhatt’s Shirtdress Is Like Nothing You’ve Ever Seen Before

by Kiran Kaur

Alia Bhatt, TiE Summit 2016, MyFashgram


2016 has sure been all about comfortably chic clothes and shirtdress stand as the clear winner here having enjoyed the pride of place in every celebrity wardrobe. From Sonakshi Sinha to Sonam Kapoor to Deepika Padukone to Priyanka Chopra, we’ve seen many a fashionista putting their seal of approval to this rocking trend. But Alia Bhatt just gave us the most amazing version of this covetable piece of clothing as she attended the TiE Summit 2016 in Delhi today.

Here check it out for yourself because it’s so worth it…

What she wore

For the do, Alia was styled by Anaita Shroff Adjania and Lakshmi Lehr who picked out an amazing ‘Kaylin Lace-Blocked Striped Shirt Dress’ for Alia from BCBG Max Azria which is a combination of a shirt-dress and a lacy corset-mini.

Alia Bhatt, TiE Summit 2016, MyFashgram

Shoes and accessories

With her uber chic outfit, Alia sported a pair of strappy black heels from Steve Maden and threw on a couple of delicate rings to complete her ensemble.

Hair and makeup

The actress’ hair was styled by Ayesha Devitre who left her hair down in bouncy out-curls falling on either side of her shoulder. Makeup artist Puneet B Saini finished off Alia‘s look with soft, smokey eyes and nude pink lips.

Alia Bhatt, TiE Summit 2016, MyFashgram


I’ve known all along that there’s no beating Alia when it comes to making a cute and chic style statement, but I stand corrected; the actress just broke her own record giving us one the chicest looks ever. The comfy-shirtdress-raunchy-mini hybrid is too rad to not top my ‘most wanted’ list. Of course, her beautiful face and perfectly done hair and makeup are contributing factors in the look being a hit, I’m too busy crushing over this BCBG dress to pay much attention to anything else.

Image Credit: Instagram, Alia Bhatt and BCBG.com

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