Clothing Day Show and Tell! Post Pictures of Your Favorites For Each of These Categories!

Clothing Day! Probably less universally exciting than food day, but still interesting! I wonder what my theme should be for tomorrow? Hair? Teeth? What else does every human possess and have opinions on?

Okay, show and tell! I am going to give categories and you get to share your favorite examples of each one. I look forward to lots and lots of shared photos!

Hats

I pick Kajol’s hat in “Ho Gaya Hai Tujko”! It’s the only part of her outfit that I like, and it is a perfect example of the 90s hat style in the West. Which is my favorite hat style, I still have like 4 wide brim straw hats.

Ho Gaya Hai Tujhko To Pyar Sajna ♥ - YouTube

Shoes

Hema’s white boots from Seeta Aur Geeta, definitely! A great go-go Western modern 70s look, and a perfect kind of throwback to swashbuckling swordfighting outfits to go with her Hero role.

Bollywood GIF - Find & Share on GIPHY

Use of Color

Boring choice, but Swades! Specifically Gayatri’s “Saawariya” outfit

theBollywoodFan: A song for each picture. Your thoughts?

Use of Feathers

Amitabh in Jhoom Barabar Jhoom! Love the wacky feathers on his hat, that is what brings it from just “odd outfit” to “magical wandering bard who is not of this world”

Spotted: Amitabh's Jhoom Barabar look

Use of Patches

“Yeh Kaali Kaali Aankhen”! I take it before you can, ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!!!! Such in insane ridiculous half leg patch thing. I don’t even necessarily like it, but boy does it take the eye!

Gauri Khan Reveals She Styled SRK's Iconic Look For Baazigar | POPxo

Use of Jacket

Sanjay in Khalnayak! That black and white look, the way he could sweep the hem of it around, irrisistable. I can’t think of a better jacket.

No Khalnayak remake for Sanjay Dutt's biopic

Okay, your turn! One category or all of them, share your favorite example or the strangest example or the most beautiful example or whatever you want!

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11 thoughts on “Clothing Day Show and Tell! Post Pictures of Your Favorites For Each of These Categories!

  1. Hats – I’m all for big floppy summer hats, they’re the only kind I wear besides the occasional baseball cap, so I’m going Anushka in Dil Dhadakne Do

    Shoes – I couldn’t think of anything specific, so I googled “bollywood movie shoes” and I found this. Not sure where it’s from, but Sridevi’s boots are amazing.

    Color – Deepika’s blue sari in YJHD! Or her blue outfit in HNY! Deepika in blue!

    Feathers – Again, Google gave me great things.

    https://opt.toiimg.com/recuperator/img/toi/m-68319837/68319837.jpg&width=500&resizemode=4

    Jacket – The only one I could find was Salman’s in Maine Pyar Kiya and like whoa.

    And patches, yeah, I got nothing.

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    • Great choices, all around! Love Anushka’s hat, especially the way she flips it and models it and uses it to show her character confidence.

      Agree on Sridevi’s boots. Also, timeless! You could wear them today just as easily as you could wear them in the 80s.

      Deepika in blue! Especially that blue outfit from HNY. You can fully understand how Shahrukh was so gobsmacked.

      And yes Salman’s jacket! now I feel kind of bad for forgetting it.

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