Script print is the new trend in town and these celebs prove it!
01/5Here are some script print attires you'll want for yourself ASAP
Remember how slogan tees were a huge fad last year and there wasn't even one B-town diva who didn't wear it at least once? Well, to be honest, that trend really did take up the fashion industry by storm and looking at how popular it became, we're sure it's here to stay. So, while slogans on tees, shirts, jackets and even denim have been trending for a while, there's something new that's surfaced and we're falling in love with it. We are talking about the script print. Here are a few celebs who donned the script print in the chicest of ways. Trust us, you'll want these ensembles in your closet STAT.readmore
If there's one actress who loves to experiment with her attires it has to be Karisma Kapoor. Just recently, Karisma was spotted donning a simple yet elegant typography-printed saree by Satya Paul. While we loved the colour combination what really caught our attention was the word ‘mirchi’ written in Hindi all over the saree. Quirky, isn't it? Well, we loved it!readmore
Sonam is one fashionista we just cannot get enough of. She opted for a bright pink Anamika Khanna lehenga-choli set that also came with a dupatta that was printed with the phrase, “Everything is AK-OK”. While we loved the beautiful colour of the lehenga, the particular phrase definitely added a unique and personal touch to it that we loved even more.readmore
Rhea sure knows her way around clothes and of course, that's no surprise! The diva opted for a beautiful Anamika Khanna saree that also featured the same phrase as Sonam's lehenga, “Everything is AK-OK”. Needless to say, this pairing of script with something so predominantly Indian has left us impressed. Plus, now you know how to add your favourite words to your attire.readmore
Sonam Kapoor, it is again! The actress opted for a saree from the House of Masaba while promoting her film 'Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga' and it was actually this ensemble that showed us the true potential of the script print. Her saree featured a print in Tamil which translated to Sonam, Masaba and Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga”. So, those of you who like personalised clothing, something like this will be perfect for you.readmore