Deepika Padukone chooses comfort in clothes over trends

Deepika Padukone chooses comfort in clothes over trends
Actress Deepika Padukone doesn t like to follow fashion trends and says that in clothes she chooses comfort over everything else. Yes, there are girls who subscribe to fashion magazines and like to follow trends and like to keep with it. But I don t belong to that group. I belong to a group of girls who choose to be comfortable over everything else, the Piku actress, who has come out with her new apparel line All About You , said. Asked about fashion must-haves, the top actress said: Something in black was the safest bet as it could come in handy in any kind of ocassion like a formal dinner. She also reiterated her need of being comfortable over everything else and not accessorising too much. About her apparel line, she said: I think the idea behind the label is to encourage women to be themselves and to encourage girls to dress in a way that they feel comfortable. SHARE THIS ARTICLE Share RELATED ARTICLE Deepika Padukone finds her style sense boring Deepika Padukone: 'Deewani Mastani' song is "nasheela", Mastani is like a 'horse with blinkers' Kriti Sanon finds Sonam Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra stylish Aamir Khan, Deepika Padukone speak on changes in Indian cinema with Karan Johar Deepika Padukone : Rekha, Akshay Kumar are Bollywood's best dressed people Sonam Kapoor takes a dig at Deepika Padukone's fashion sense Another aspect behind the label is to show people what my own personal style would be like as I have always been styled for a film or a red carpet, she added. Deepika said that the apparel line doesn t feature any clothes from the actress s forthcoming film Bajirao Mastani , but maybe in the future if we get into Indian wear, we might consider trying it out. The actress is currently not looking at any other scripts and was focusing all her energy in her existing projects. I think a person can be creative in many ways and All about you is just me exploring my other side of creativity, Padukone said.