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Katrina Kaif Shows Us How Not To Tuck In A Shirt. If It Makes Her Look Bigger, We Don’t Stand A Chance!

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Katrina Kaif has been on on an extensive promotional tours for Bharat and has been serving up pretty looks one after the other. From summery Sabyasachi sarees to flowy ruffled dresses, the actress is all about that print recently. While Katrina has great style and usually turns up in well put together outfits, one particular button-down number on her ended up as a cautionary tale for all of us instead!

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The floral top and sequinned pant separates from Cinq à Sept looked fresh on her for a recent event.

Although we love the separates on their own, the outfit suffered a bit from the baggy tuck of the button-down shirt. It adds entirely unnecessary bulk to her waist and disturbs the silhouette as a whole. Those cute pyjamas would have held the shirt in completely or a low ‘flapper-style’ tuck would have worked fabulously. Worn this way, the outfit is doing her no favours. And this is on Katrina Kaif, one of the fittest people in the industry. We would end up looking like a giant balloon.

It is so important to tuck in button-down shirts properly if you choose to do it in the first place. Apart from the common clean tuck, there are a few ways we can do this to jazz things up. They are all pretty easy and look so good!

The French Tuck

The French tuck is characterised by tucking in the front part of the shirt to the navel and let the rest hang out. This style looks best with all kinds of fitted pants, as long as the waist is snug!

The Knot Tuck

With the knot tuck, the shirt should be left unbuttoned from the hem and knotted. The rest of the fabric can be tucked in the pants with nothing but simple folds showing from the waist.

The One-Side Tuck

We love the one-side tuck! This street-style fave is perfect for skinny bottom wear for that devil-may-care fashion statement that’s totally up our alley.

The Ruched Tuck

This tuck is a step up from the clean tuck wherein the fabric should be pulled out just a little bit to create soft ruches at the waist. Formal trousers can really use ruched tucks to tone down the seriousness and add some fun details to the look!


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