Actor Siyaa Patil on her love for saris and why one's personal style is anyday better than afashion trend
What's your style quotient? It's a proper study of one's self. You should know what looks good on you, what suits and you and what you can carry off.
An outfit you can't part with I can't part with my track suit. I am most comfortable in it. At times I just wear a jacket on it and attend meetings for work.
Must-have accessories: On astrological advice, I started wearing a diamond ring in January. Apart from that I am not very particular about accessories. I love to wear watches.
Worst fashion trend: Tight fitted chudidar and an extremely tight kurti. They are uncomfortable.
A trend that will never go out of style: Saris
A look you love sporting at: A party: I am not a frequent party goer but I would opt for a one piece or a designer sari. On a date: I look sexy in sari and I would like to look my best on a date. A blue, red or an orange colour sari with piping works for me. Something like what Kareena Kapoor wore in the song Teri Meri, Meri Teri from the film Bodyguard. At a movie: Jeans or capris and a t-shirt. I prefer to tuck in the t-shirt, especially when I wear cargo pants. A family function: Cotton kurti or a traditional sari.
Do you believe style lives on, fashion fades? Yes. I believe style lives on because style is a personal statement. Fashion keeps on changing. Style is something that stays with you throughout .