Deepika Padukone’s love for white is not hidden. The actress chooses to wear the colour in its every form possible. Whether she’s wearing a saree, a gorgeous gown or gearing up for a casual day outing, Deepika flaunts the colour like she owns it. Also Read - Deepika Padukone Tests Covid-19 Positive After Her Family Contracts The Virus
Recently too, the actress was spotted at the airport donning the colour from head to toe. Deepika’s airport looks are as popular as her red carpet looks. There always seems a sense of simplicity and effortlessness in all the looks she carries. This times was no exception too. Deepika wore an over-sized white kurta with a pair of white silk pants. Hair neatly tied in a bun, tan-coloured shoes and a matching bag finished her look. Not to mention that lovely smile that acts as her best accessory for every look! Also Read - Deepika Padukone's Father Prakash Padukone Hospitalised After Testing Covid-19 Positive, Mother, Sister Test Positive Too
Check out Deepika Padukone’s latest airport looks pictures here:
Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah Also Read - Mini Mathur Gives Back To Troll Who Asks If Kabir Khan is Bankrupt After Ranveer Singh's 83
Photo Courtesy: Yogen Shah
In a related news, Deepika is reportedly gearing up for her wedding with actor Ranveer Singh. The couple has been dating for years now and if the buzz in the grapevine has anything to believe, then it’s going to be a destination wedding for the two in November this year. DeepVeer are expected to tie the knot in an intimate ceremony at Italy’s Lake Como.
Also, since Deepika is fond of designer Sabyasachi’s creations, it is expected that she will be donning an elaborate traditional outfit delicately created by the designer. If that happens, she will not be the only Bollywood bride to have chosen the ace designer for her wedding. Recently, Anushka Sharma also wore a pink stunning lehenga from the designer’s collection. Other actresses like Bipasha Basu, Soha Ali Khan, Amrita Puri, Asin Thottumkal and Sagarika Ghatge among others also trusted the Bengali designer for their D-day.