Sonam Kapoor Cuts a Stylish Figure In Power Suit For Film Promotions
Sonam Kapoor is all set for the release of The Zoya Factor and has commenced promotions in style. Her latest look is a Gucci suit exuding major boss lady vibes and we’re all for it
After the release of the trailer for Sonam Kapoor’s The Zoya Factor, the starlet has been on a roll to promote the film ahead of its release. The film marks the starlet’s return to the big screen after Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga and she made a rather bold statement in a red number at the trailer launch of the film. Sonam Kapoor has made her mark in the industry as the undisputed style star and she leaves heads turning with every look. Her unique sense of style and sartorial choices has led her to become a global style icon and she has been promoting her film with some rather edgy looks.
The Khoobsurat actress often takes to social media to share glimpses of her life and all her fashion forward looks with her fans. She recently took to her Instagram account and shared her most recent look for promotions and surprisingly it wasn’t a red number. Sonam Kapoor was clad in a Gucci co-ord set featuring a waist coat and flared bottoms and a matching blazer on top. The suit is adorned with cherries all over and she paired her look with a pair of matching red strappy Chritian Louboutin shoes. The satin shoes feature a huge red bow and bring the whole outfit together perfectly.
Sonam Kapoor has accessorized with some dainty necklaces and a pair of hoop earrings and exudes a 60s vibe with vintage waves and a bow in her hair. For her makeup look she opted for dramatic winged eyeliner, a peachy glow and a subtle pink pout.
The Zoya Factor has been delayed quite a few times and was initially all set to hit the big screens on April 5, 2019 and then it got pushed to June, and now it is releasing on September 20. There was much speculation that the film was delayed due to the Cricket World Cup that took place this year. However, another reason provided was that the film was delayed as there was post-production work left.