Worn to stand out or express their mood, B-Town celebrities are wearing statement T-shirts in style
Ever tried making a statement without uttering a single word? Statement T-shirts seem to be the new weapon of choice for celebrities these days. If you have something to say, why not say it in style? Cheeky and in-your-face, this effortless and chic meets casual trend is hot on the fashion radar and being welcomed by actors. Also, it should be noted that not every T-shirt that is worn is a poignant message for the public. Some are witty puns, some sarcastic messages and some are poking fun at oneself.
We hunted down some such T-shirts spotted on celebs which spoke volumes of their state of mind.
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Kareena Kapoor's shirt reads 'I used to be a hippie.' Missing the vigour and free spiritedness of a different time, maybe? Not much to fault here; she looks good.
Gauging from Karan Johar's look, he doesn't seem very keen on living upto what his shirt declares which is, 'I feel love.'
We don't argue with Jacqueline Fernandez' T-shirt which says 'I look even better in a towel.' The black stilletos and red lips are a nice touch to an otherwise simple look.
We're totally digging Esha Gupta's cheeky T-shirt and the overall look seems pretty flawless as well. She paired a sassy 'let me ask my mom first' top with checked pants and black boots. We like.
Ayushmann Khurrana's shirt says 'I can't stop Googling myself.' Well that's okay, we all have at some point. He pairs it well with black animated shoes, a cap and a pair of sunglasses.
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