Simplicity is the Key
SOCIETY|February - March 2019

Indo-Brit actress Geeta Basra, who is married to cricketer Harbhajan Singh, reveals her style secrets to us

Rahulpaul
What would you say is your style mantra?

Being simple never goes out of fashion. Never go by what is in trend, go by whatever you feel comfortable in and what suits your body structure.

How would you dress up for a formal party?

Obviously, dressing to your best, but that doesn’t mean flashy and blingy.

What would you wear to a date night?

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