If there’s anyone who can rock a fierce fashion trend, it’s actress Malaika Arora Khan. It’s only fitting then that she would be the celebrity stylist behind the Closet Label, which features the season’s latest fashion and accessories. Today, we conclude our Holiday Gift Guide series with a few of Malaika’s favorite things!
Black Zipper Shorts
End your search for the perfect black shorts with this style. I love the zipper detail which makes it more edgy. Style it with brogues during the day and high heels at night.
Tribal Print Skirt
Cut with precision for a perfect fit, this mini skirt is stamped with an eye catching tribal aesthetic. Double the impact with a colorful tank top and gladiator sandals.
Cobalt Kurta Blouse
I cannot stress the significance of basics in my closet. The Cobalt Kurta Blouse is a must have staple which I like to style with gold accents and printed pants for a casual yet chic look.
Fuchsia Swing Top
Comfortable, chic and carefully crafted, this racer back tank is loose enough to hide any problem areas. Wear it with skinny pants or tuck it into a skirt, it always gets the job done!
Snake Print Dress
Snake print is the go-to print of the season. This light weight dress is cinched at the waist which cleverly breaks the print and adds shape to your look. It has a detailed back with elastic bands across. Style yours with simple accessories for the desired classic finish.
Military Shirt Dress
Put a modern spin on the iconic shirt dress! This maxi shirt dress design is utilitarian with gold buttons going down the front. The silhouette and lightweight material drapes beautifully, so it lends itself to occasions beyond casual day wear.
Faux Leather Gold Cuff
This fresh, fierce and fun cuff adds a rock chic vibe to your day look. I love to layer mine with lots of gold bangles!
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