Charming Beauty Icon, Shraddha Kapoor elaborates her feelings about her country when in Rome. She said that “do as the Romans, so everyone should have an Indian outfit in their dresses collection. A way to celebrate our traditions and culture is to wear Indian dress.”
Gorgeous Shraddha Kapoor was at Viviana Mall Thane, introducing her clothing brands IMARA’s ‘Spellbound Sale’.
‘I suggest everyone that they should wear Indian outfits. As well as I use to wear Indian outfits for my wardrobe.’ Said Shraddha Kapoor.
Shraddha Kapoor Recommendation For Her Fans
Shraddha further said that ‘I used to wear comfortable dresses, same thing I recommend to you guys. And I want to elaborate one thing that doesn’t follow the trends blindly. Follow your own mind, in which outwear you feel solace and comfort so wear that one. The main key is you should look beautiful and gorgeous. Because you can carry that dress with confidence in which you feel comfortable.’
She further added “Before three years Anjana Reddy (The CEO of the company) came to me with an idea. He was aimful to make young Indian girls fashionable. That was a unique idea to create some contemporary clothes. I find an interest in this idea because our wearing is mostly about a modern take on traditional wear.”
Shraddha Kapoor and Promotion of Her Dresses
Anjana Reddy (The CEO) and Salil Nair (Customer Care Associate) of Shoppers Stop honored this exciting evening with their presence. Shraddha said “Even Though we young girls wish to wear fashion dress. But due to their high rates we cannot fulfil our desires. The fashion outfit’s prices are usually as high as they are not affordable for a common girl. I prefer my fans to go and purchase my pieces of dresses. In this way, they will stay update with my fashion style Clasp it now.”
Shraddha Kapoor as comes on stage her fans give her strong response, Shraddha sang her favorite song from her movie ‘Ek Villain’. After then Shraddha leaves with a promise to come back with her co-star Aditya Roy Kapoor for her upcoming film ‘Ok Jaanu.’